ROUSHcharger, It’s 50 State Legal and Available

ROUSHchargerNot enough power out of your 2005 to 2006 Mustang GT? Filling the need for a factory approved supercharger for the already stout 300 horsepower 3v Mustangs, Jack Roush released his latest roots style blower for the late model Ford Mustang.

At just 5 PSI of boost, the ROUSHcharger delivers a rated 115 hp and 65 lbs of torque, bringing your steed to well over 400 horsepower for some ground pounding performance.  “With the certification now in hand, we can sell the Mustang ROUSHcharger to anyone that wants to add an easy 115 horsepower to their 2005 and 2006 Ford Mustang GT,” said Ryan Bunn, ROUSH Performance parts marketing manager. “This unit is designed by the same engineering group that has helped Jack Roush achieve so much success in NASCAR racing.” Oh, did we mentioned it’s 50 state smog legal? Yes, even California enthusiasts can get a boost in performance without voiding the factory 3 year/36,000 mile warranty.

Main components include a ROUSH M90 Roots-style supercharger, intake manifold, air-to-water intercooler system, high-flow fuel injectors and induction system. In addition to this hardware, the key to maximizing performance is the upgraded ROUSH PCM calibration. ROUSHcharger owners must ship their PCM unit to ROUSH Performance for the necessary calibration.

ROUSHcharger in a Ford Mustang ROUSHcharger installed in a Ford Mustang GT

Roush’s supercharger fits both manual and automatic Mustangs and comes complete with all necessary hardware, brackets, fasteners and instructions with an estimated installation time of eight hours. The ROUSHcharger fits all 2005-2006 GT’s with the 4.6L, 3-valve V8 powertrain system. Kits will be available shortly to fit the 2007 Ford Mustang GT.

The ROUSHcharger retails for $5,699 and can be purchased at Roush’s website as Part number 401420.