ROUSH Performance Blog

  • ROUSH Cold Air Intakes Unlock Latent Potential

    A cold air intake might be the most basic of bolt-on modifications. It’s rare to come across even a lightly-modified Mustang that hasn’t had one installed (except maybe in California). So what’s the hype? Why is it one of the first modifications that Mustang owners choose to purchase and install? The answer is simple – it’s the first step to unlocking untapped potential regardless of the power plant under your hood. They’re also cheap and super easy to install. Here’s... continue reading
  • Ghosts of SEMAs Past

    The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show is quickly approaching. The show takes place in the first week of November (this year, it begins October 31st and ends November 3rd) in Las Vegas, Nevada, and features the latest and greatest vehicles and parts on the market. ROUSH always has a huge presence at the SEMA Show with a special vehicle build featured on Ford’s main stage, as well as a sizable display at “Ford Out Front”. Being that SEMA is... continue reading
  • 2018 Ford Mustang Lands at ROUSH Performance

    The new 2018 Ford Mustang GT has officially landed at ROUSH Performance in Plymouth, Michigan, and we can’t wait to unveil the newest addition to our 2018 lineup. Stay tuned for updates as we get closer to the unveiling! continue reading
  • The 2017 ROUSHcharged Mustang: Everything You Need to Know

    For years, ROUSH Performance has created Mustangs designated by “Stages” in accordance with power levels. For the 2017 model year line-up, ROUSH has made available a V6-powered RS, EcoBoost I-4 Stage 1, naturally-aspirated V8 Stage 2, and the ROUSHcharged 5.0L Stage 3. For the first time ever, for the 2017 model year, ROUSH is offering the new low-content high-value ROUSHcharged Mustang. The ROUSHcharged Mustang was created with the ultimate personalization opportunist in mind. The vehicle is built on a 5.0L... continue reading
  • Race Wrap-Up: Jack Roush Jr. and Dean Martin Take the Win!

    KohR Motorsports’ Jack Roush Jr. and Dean Martin dropped the hammer at the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Road America 120 this past weekend. The team, powering a NanoProMT GT4 Mustang, faced harsh weather conditions in a shortened race to take the win just under an hour and a quarter into a two-hour race. A mechanical malfunction regarding the Mustang’s differential in Practice 3 forced crew to thrash to get the car on track for qualifying less than 30 minutes... continue reading

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