Roush announced 2010 Ford Mustang performance parts

2010 Ford Mustang
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The 2010 Mustang isn’t on the even on the streets yet, and Roush already has performance parts that it plans to unveil on March 18. Then again, with the engine carryover from the previous model, there isn’t a whole lot of work that needs to be done to be ready for the new car.

Roush announced 2010 Ford Mustang performance parts
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If you’re on the list to receive the 2010 ’Stang then Roush will already have suspension packages, brake kits, resonator exhaust, lowering springs, interior accessories, wheel & tire packages, and even the R2300 ROUSHcharger waiting for a home under your hood.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

ROUSH® Performance has always been a leader in the high-performance parts industry, but never before in the history of the company have they been this far ahead on developing parts for a new model car.

Starting in early March, ROUSH® will have 35 different parts available for the new 2010 Ford Mustang, right around the same time that initial deliveries of the vehicle begin showing up on the Ford dealer lots.

"I am very proud of how quickly our engineering teams have been able to develop these new products for the 2010 Mustang," said Jack Roush. "Ford has created a beautiful new car, and with the addition of the ROUSH® parts an owner can have a vehicle that performs just as nice as it looks. Its simply amazing to think that a customer can buy a ROUSH part for his new car the same time it is being driven off the transporter at the dealer lot."

Among the initial parts that will be offered by ROUSH®, are:

  • Suspension Packages
  • Brake Kits
  • Resonator Exhaust & Tips
  • Lowering Springs
  • Interior Accessories – floor mats, sill plates, pedals and more
  • Wheel / Wheel & Tire Packages
  • Convertible Light Bar

The famous 445 horsepower, 400 lb.-ft. of torque ROUSHcharger® is expected to be available just a couple of weeks later in mid-March. As before, installation of this supercharger will not void any Ford factory warranty on the new Mustang. For those who really want to make their new pony gallop with the maximum horsepower, a non-calibrated version of the R2300 ROUSHcharger® will also be on the shelf around this same time.

For customers looking to enhance the exterior styling, the ROUSH® body kits and other painted components will be available for purchase in mid-April.

The ROUSH® high-performance parts program has been one of the highlights for the company. Even in the face of a challenging economy, the sales of ROUSH® parts still grew and had a record year. It is anticipated that the early availability of the 2010 Mustang parts will provide another boost to the program this year.

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