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Old 10-16-2013, 12:21 PM   #36
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No. You can't send a gt to Roush. They aren't Shelby. You can purchase a Roush Mustang through a dealer who is certified to sell them

Yes, you can send a GT to Roush however, you will not get a production number. Roush does a lot more then just build cars, they just don't talk about it. I sell Roush parts directly, I've been to Roush and I grew up around the block from Roush. You can take a GT to Roush and have them put a built motor in there if you want to, the sky is the limit.
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Yes, you can send a GT to Roush however, you will not get a production number. Roush does a lot more then just build cars, they just don't talk about it. I sell Roush parts directly, I've been to Roush and I grew up around the block from Roush. You can take a GT to Roush and have them put a built motor in there if you want to, the sky is the limit.
I hate it when I'm that wrong but can admit it. I checked the website and they don't advertise the speed shop at all. You really have to get in there to find contact info
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I hate it when I'm that wrong but can admit it. I checked the website and they don't advertise the speed shop at all. You really have to get in there to find contact info
They have a good reason on why they really don't advertise it that much. To be honest, they're already slammed on the things people know them for. I've talked to them for awhile on this, when all said and done.... there is only 24 hours in a day If you only knew what Roush, FRPP, Cobra jet and other various local companies up there in MI were doing you'd be freaking amazed.
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So then You ALSO Loose your 5 year 60,000 Powertarin warranty too No Thanks A New engine with labor is around $10,000 I Just ran a 12.5 recently, bone stock I can deal with that, for at least 5 more years
Brand new aluminator with install cost me 7500
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A new engine with labor is not 10,000
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What year is your mustang?
Its a 2014. I think Ive found the answer Ive been looking for anyways.
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Its a 2014. I think Ive found the answer Ive been looking for anyways.
That you're gonna buy my mustang instead?
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