Roush introduces the first dedicated propane-powered F-150 pickup truck using an advanced liquid propane injection (LPI(TM)) system. The Roush F-150 LPI(TM) is designed and manufactured to operate solely on propane while providing the same horsepower, torque and drivability of an F-150 equipped with a gasoline-powered 5.4-liter, 3-valve Triton(TM) V-8 engine.
Roush will begin taking orders for the propane-powered F-150 immediately. The truck can be ordered, delivered and serviced through a (...) > Full story
It is well-known that only 100 of the new 2007 ROUSH Stage 3 BlackJack Mustangs will be built, and it was initially thought that all of those would be coupes. However, one will be built as a convertible and auctioned off to a lucky bidder during the March 24 Celebrity Fight Night extravaganza at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix.
The Celebrity Fight Night has been recognized as one of the nation’s elite charity events and has become a star-studded evening presented in honor (...) > Full story
At Bradenton (Fla.) Motorsports Park over the weekend of March 9-11 the new 2007 ROUSH Drag Pak Mustang made its competitive debut in the NMRA Ford Nationals Series. At the helm was Evan Smith, editor of Muscle Mustang & Fast Fords magazine who is a very accomplished racer.
Watch the video to see some trackside action and a little more detail about the vehicle.
If Batman owned a Mustang, the new 2007 ROUSH Stage 3 BlackJack would most certainly be the ride of choice for the Caped Crusader. This menacing 430 horsepower tone-on-tone limited edition pony car comes straight from the mind of Jack Roush himself and is set to stalk the streets of Gotham City, and the rest of the country.
Jack Roush had the vision, and the ROUSH Stage 3 BlackJack Mustang is the result. He personally developed the content of this black-on-black car, and a prototype build (...) > Full story
They say getting there is half the fun, but getting there just might be all the fun if you are one of the 100 lucky owners of a new 2007 ROUSH Roadster. This version of the Ford Mustang convertible, first unveiled at the 2006 SEMA Show, is now available through ROUSH-authorized Ford dealers nationwide.
he ROUSH Roadster is a custom painted, two-toned cruiser intended for those who want to drop the top, feel the wind blowing through their hair, and watch the world as they cruise by. The (...) > Full story
Pickups and motorcycles go together like sunshine and a summer afternoon. You can hardly think of one without associating the other. So it would be natural that KTM, a leading manufacturer of street and off-road motorcycles, would partner with ROUSH Performance to build one of the hottest trucks on the market – with or without a bike in the back.
ROUSH Performance is the leading builder of the Ford F-150, the most popular vehicle in history. The Livonia, Mich.-based company teamed up (...) > Full story
A great majority of companies which sell body kits and other automotive parts are forced to use outside vendors for their design, engineering, and manufacturing due to a lack of internal resources. However, in the case of ROUSH Performance, their Ford Mustang body kits are run through the same exact same process that ROUSH Manufacturing uses in making similar components for at least eight OEM American and European car companies.
Due to the heavy demand from both ROUSH Performance and the (...) > Full story
As a direct result of more than a year’s worth of testing, research and development for the ROUSH Competition Line of performance parts, the company has decided to take the next step and offer a complete race-ready Drag Pack Mustang that can roll from the street to the strip.
The ROUSH Drag Pack Mustang is the first drag racing purpose-built Ford since the 1969-70 Super Jet Cobra. This car had 335 horsepower, oil cooler, enhanced connecting rods, modified crankshaft and a choice of 3.91 or (...) > Full story
Owners of the new Ford GT500 are a proud group – proud of the car and proud of the 500 horsepower that comes with the stock engine. But the engineers at ROUSH Performance, the leader in Ford powertrain development and all things high-performance, are ready to unveil a new ROUSHchargerTM that can boost the performance over the edge with up to 700 horsepower.
The GT500 ROUSHchargerTM will be offered in three different kits. The simplest upgrade is the addition of a Cold Air Kit with new (...) > Full story
ROUSH Performance, a leader in Ford Mustang upgrades, will showcase a very unique Mustang in their booth during the 2006 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Dubbed "Reactor," this 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback took more than 2000 hours to build.