Are you the happy owner of a 2005-2009 Ford Mustang GT and want more power under the hood? The new TVS2300 ROUSHcharger is the answer for you. With $5,899 you will boost your Mustang’s power to 700 hp.

The TVS2300 ROUSHcharger utilizes Eaton’s new Twin Vortices Series technology. The patented design on this supercharger system features a four-lobe rotor and high-flow inlet which greatly enhances thermal efficiency, higher volume capacity, and higher operational speeds.

What you see in here is not something you’ll have the chance to see every day. It looks funny, it is funny, but it seems to be very useful. That if you want to train a race horse. This "Training Car" was developed by Roush Technologies for Turkish-based, Kurt Systems.

Roush Race Horse Training Car

The car is powered by a Volvo 2.4litre, five-cylinder diesel engine, driving through a conventional automotive automatic gearbox – and final drive is delivered via hub reduction on the rear axle only.

Speed is precisely controlled from walking pace up to race conditions, up to a maximum 37 mph (16 meters per second).

ROUSH Performance used the National Mustang Show as the stage to unveil the new 2009 RTC Mustang . The cover was pulled off on Saturday, June 21 by Rick Hill, a ROUSH regional manager, to the applause and delight of a thick crowd of enthusiasts and journalists.

ROUSH RTC Mustang unveiled

The RTCTM is a two-tone coupe, black on the top with the Ford base color along the bottom. The model will be limited to just 200 units and should start showing up on ROUSH-authorized dealers shortly.

Part of the festivities included a silent auction for a ROUSH diecast Mustang with all proceeds being donated to the Red Cross Flood Relief fund. Mark Badgley was the winner of the model.

ROUSH will unveil the RTC Mustang this weekend at the National Mustang Show in Dublin, OH. The car features: ROUSH 4 Piece Aero body Kit (Front Fascia, Front Chin Spoiler, Hood Scoop, and Rear Wing), Lower Valance Fog Lamps, High Flow Nine Bar Grille, Two-Tone Paint, ROUSH 20-Inch Forged Chrome Wheels with High Performance Tires.


The ROUSH RTC Package will be priced at $13,375.00. Options include: Chrome ROUSHcharger (430 hp / 400 lb-ft) $6,250.00, Vent Pod w/ Boost Gauge (ROUSHcharger Option Only) $435.00, Interior Dash Trim Kit (Carbon Fiber Design) $350.00, Quarter Window Louvers (Coupe ONLY) $315.00, Short Throw Shifter $340.00, Short Shifter w/ Chrome Shifter Arm and White Ball Knob $445.00, Trunk Mounted Tool Kit $355.00, ROUSH Exhaust - Dealer Installed (Post Title) $575.00, Sport Brake Kit $1,450.00 and Strut Tower Brace $220.00.

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Mountune announced that begining this month the two tuning programmes for the Fiesta ST will be available. For those who don’t know, Mountune is owned by Roush Technologies and represents the first dealer which offers a complete tuning programme for the Ford Fiesta.

Fiesta ST by Moutune

The new programme is available in two stages: Stage 1 takes the 2.0 liter petrol engine from 150 hp hp 165 while the second stage pushes the engine up to 185 hp. In order to provide you car better looks Mountune offers appearance upgrades but also new springs kit which provide better handling while keeping the same level of comfort.

ROUSH Performance, in partnership with the Ford Motor Company, is going to put the very last production 2008 ROUSH P-51ATM Mustang under the gavel and spotlights of the Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Event at West Palm Beach, Fla. This car, number 151 in a limited production run of 151, will be sold on Saturday, March 29 with proceeds going to the Salute to Education Scholarship charity.

"Number 151 is a pretty significant car for ROUSH considering the total inventory of ROUSH P-51ATM Mustangs basically sold out within 24 hours when the dealer order banks were opened up," said Joe Thompson, general manager of ROUSH Performance. "Whoever ends up with this car will truly acquire a part of ROUSH history."

Final Production ROUSH P-51A Mustang for Charity

Jack Roush, the motorsports legend, NASCAR team owner, and aviation enthusiast who owns and flies his own World War II P-51 fighter planes, will be in attendance personally overseeing the bidding on the highest horsepower Mustang that ROUSH Performance has every built. He is flying in from the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway specifically for the auction.

Shown in the Barrett-Jackson catalog as lot number 667, the ROUSH P-51ATM is expected to be seen going under the gavel live during the SPEED Channel television broadcast that evening.

During World War II, the P-51 Mustang was hailed as a savior of aviation and certainly played a major part in ending the conflict. This long range fighter escorted Allied bombers over Europe and Hermann Goering, the head of Germany’s Luftwaffe, summarized the plane’s role by stating, "The day I saw P-51 Mustangs flying over Berlin, I knew the jig was up."

Owners of the new Ford GT500 are justifiably proud of their car and proud of the 500 horsepower under the hood. Now the engineers at ROUSH and Ford Racing Technologies, the collective leaders in Ford powertrain development, have unveiled a new Ford Racing GT500 Supercharger which boosts the performance to 605 horsepower.

ROUSH Performance, America’s leading powertrain engineering group, has added an additional 30 horsepower to their legendary ROUSHchargerTM system for the Ford Mustang GT; this increases the output of this supercharger system to a total of 445 horsepower under the hood.

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