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  • ROUSH Teams with Mobsteel on Lincoln Continental Build

    ROUSH Performance recently returned to Michigan from the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, where it showcased many of its important partnerships through special SEMA builds. One of those builds was a collaboration with Mobsteel, and was featured in ROUSH's booth at Ford Out Front. Mobsteel’s 1968 Lincoln Continental is the ultimate expression of Detroit “Motor City” in its prime! Its menacing exterior appearance is backed up by a ton of attitude under the hood, thanks to the 727-horsepower ROUSH-supercharged... continue reading
  • ROUSH Unveils the 2018 ROUSH 729 Concept at SEMA

    ROUSH Performance is excited and pleased to introduce its 2017 SEMA concept build: The 2018 ROUSH 729. The ROUSH 729 is a custom-built one-of-a-kind ROUSH-supercharged wide-body Mustang, built to pay tribute to Ford’s historic 1970 Boss 429. It will be on display at Ford’s Main Stage for the entirety of the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Finished in the commemorative hue of Ford Grabber Green, of which only 95 Boss 429s were painted in 1970, the ROUSH 729 features ROUSH’s all-new 2018... 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
  • Detroit Steel Visits ROUSH Performance Headquarters (with a Chevy Project?)

    Here at ROUSH, Chevrolets aren’t our thing. For more than 20 years, we’ve built badass Fords with a whole lot of power and handling capabilities to match. But when Adam Genei and the guys from Mobsteel Detroit in Michigan wanted a cool and different power plant for their 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air, they gave us a call. After all, how else would you make a Chevy fast? A Ford Performance Aluminator engine topped with a ROUSH Supercharger was chosen for... continue reading
  • RPG Off-Road Installs a ROUSH F-150 Phase 2 Supercharger Kit

    Our friends at RPG Off-Road recently installed a ROUSH Phase 2 Supercharger Kit on their 2015+ Ford F-150 to bump the beast’s power rating to 650 horsepower and 585 lb-ft of torque. The installation was documented by Four Wheeler Magazine, who provides step-by-step installation instructions to show you what goes into making an F-150 the most powerful truck on the block (or in the dirt). The ROUSH Phase 2 Supercharger Kit is based on ROUSH’s 2.3L TVS (Twin Vortices Series) Supercharger. It features twin four-lobe... continue reading

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