Roush Mustang Supercharger Systems

Roush Builds Power With Phased Mustang Supercharger Systems

May 18, 2010
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Adding a supercharger to your car is one of the most effective ways to add power. However, adding a supercharger typically meant you were locked into that set up with out much room to grow.

ROUSH® Performance introduces a new Phased R2300 ROUSHcharger® lineup that allows a growth of horsepower and torque through the life of the unit. Owners can start at a base “Phase 1” level and grow to “Phase 2” and finally “Phase 3” as time, budget, and desire allows. This phased approach allows you to start at the base level and upgrade as you see fit.

Roush Phased Supercharger Systems

ROUSH will offer several variations for 2005-2010 Mustangs in both single-belt and dual-belt configurations. This allows you to choose a core system and the starting horsepower level. The biggest choice is the single- or dual-belt configuration as you can only upgrade within that platform and not change from one to the other.

In a dual-belt system the supercharger is isolated from the other FEAD components such as the alternator and water pump. This allows for a reduced belt length and the overall system inertia and demands on the belt tensioner is also greatly reduced. In turn, this provides better response when dynamic FEAD events occur, such as a hard first-second shift.

Roush 2005-2010 Mustang Supercharger Kit

The SB Phase 1 R2300 ROUSHcharger starts at 475 horsepower (435 lb.-ft. torque) and has a suggested retail price of $5799.00. The SB Phase 2 model jumps to 550 horsepower (500 lb.-ft. torque) and retails at $6699.00. An upgrade between these models will retail for $1499.00. These are both single-belt models, which offer a lower cost option.

The dual-belt FEAD system provides a significant improvement in the robustness, which allows the system to confidently handle the higher level of power in the Phase 2 and 3 systems. The DB Phase 1 R2300 ROUSHcharger has 475 horsepower (435 lb.-ft. torque) and a suggested retail of $6999.00, while the DB Phase 2 steps up to 550 horsepower (500 lb.-ft. torque) and comes in at $7499.00.

2005-2010 Mustang Supercharger Kit

For those wanting the most under the hood, the DB Phase 3 R2300 ROUSHcharger will push out 625 horsepower (565 lb.-ft. torque) and retail at $12,999.00. Kits to upgrade between the dual-belt phases are available and will range in price from $2099.00 to $6499.00. The highest horsepower Phase 3 is offered only in a dual-belt configuration.

ROUSH has long been recognized as the leader in Mustang Powertrain development, not only for the development of the hard parts, but even more importantly from the engine calibration. Roush works on calibrations for many OEM-vehicles and has a level of experience that is virtually second to none in the industry. This is a prime factor in why the ROUSHcharger tends to run smoother and generate power through the entire curve. Each of the new Phased R2300 ROUSHchargers comes with a ROUSH calibration, something ROUSH has not previously offered.

All the Phased R2300 ROUSHchargers come with an air-to-water intercooler, and there is a 90-day parts-only warranty of both the SB and DB Phase 1 and 2 ROUSHchargers. The DB Phase 3 carries a 3-year/36,000 mile warranty from the vehicle’s original in-service date, or 12-months/12,000 miles on cars already past this mark.

The Phased R2300 ROUSHcharger line is currently available for order via the ROUSH toll-free (800) 59-ROUSH phone number only. The kits are expected to begin shipping in mid-June.

Adding a supercharger to your car is one of the most effective ways to add power. However, adding a supercharger typically meant you were locked into that set up with out much room to grow. ROUSH® Performance introduces a new Phased R2300 ROUSHcharger® lineup that allows a growth of horsepower and torque through the life of the unit. Owners can start at a base “Phase 1” level and grow to “Phase 2” and finally “Phase 3” as time, budget, and desire allows. This phased approach allows you to start at the base level and upgrade as you see fit. ROUSH will offer several variations for 2005-2010 Mustangs in both single-belt and dual-belt configurations. This allows you to choose a core system and the starting horsepower level. The biggest choice is the single- or dual-belt configuration as you can only upgrade within that platform and not change from one to the other. In a dual-belt system the supercharger is isolated from the other FEAD components such as the alternator and water pump. This allows for a reduced belt length and the overall system inertia and demands on the belt tensioner is also greatly reduced. In turn, this provides better response when dynamic FEAD events occur, such as a hard first-second shift. The SB Phase 1 R2300 ROUSHcharger starts at 475 horsepower (435 lb.-ft. torque) and has a suggested retail price of $5799.00. The SB Phase 2 model jumps to 550 horsepower (500 lb.-ft. torque) and retails at $6699.00. An upgrade between these models will retail for $1499.00. These are both single-belt models, which offer a lower cost option. The dual-belt FEAD system provides a significant improvement in the robustness, which allows the system to confidently handle the higher level of power in the Phase 2 and 3 systems. The DB Phase 1 R2300 ROUSHcharger has 475 horsepower (435 lb.-ft. torque) and a suggested retail of $6999.00, while the DB Phase 2 steps up to 550 horsepower (500 lb.-ft. torque) and comes in at $7499.00. For those wanting the most under the hood, the DB Phase 3 R2300 ROUSHcharger will push out 625 horsepower (565 lb.-ft. torque) and retail at $12,999.00. Kits to upgrade between the dual-belt phases are available and will range in price from $2099.00 to $6499.00. The highest horsepower Phase 3 is offered only in a dual-belt configuration. ROUSH has long been recognized as the leader in Mustang Powertrain development, not only for the development of the hard parts, but even more importantly from the engine calibration. Roush works on calibrations for many OEM-vehicles and has a level of experience that is virtually second to none in the industry. This is a prime factor in why the ROUSHcharger tends to run smoother and generate power through the entire curve. Each of the new Phased R2300 ROUSHchargers comes with a ROUSH calibration, something ROUSH has not previously offered. All the Phased R2300 ROUSHchargers come with an air-to-water intercooler, and there is a 90-day parts-only warranty of both the SB and…

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