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Old 10-08-2013, 07:25 PM   #1
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Roush Supercharger Warranty

Im looking at installing the Roush Stage 1 Supercharger Kit in the upcoming months. My question is, does it matter where I purchase it from in order to get the 3/36000 warranty through Roush as long as I have a certified shop install it? Lowest price Ive seen is $5600 shipped.
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I may be wrong so please ask around more to confirm but so long as its a conplete kit with receipt of order showing you bought it from an authorized roush dealer, and have a certified tech to install it.
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Call Roush to find out.

Also the 3/36k does not start when supercharger is installed. It replaces the remainder of your Ford warranty.
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Call Roush to find out.

Also the 3/36k does not start when supercharger is installed. It replaces the remainder of your Ford warranty.
Good idea, and yeah I just bought the car in April so Id have plenty of time remaining
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This is what i dont understand about These warrantys
even from Ford Racing

The warranty starts when you install it
so Who The Hell installs a Supercharger Day One
without first breaking the motor in with at least 5000 to 10000 miles to make sure your good to go first,

Unlike a Shelby's shortblock that was DESIGNED to hold over 575 Ponies
right off the bat

Imagine the Circus a customer will go thru when Roush Accuses Ford of installing a defective block, and Ford comes back and sez it was the Supercharger that blew it up and your caught in the middle of a 3 month legal battle, waiting for someone to fix your car.

Ford wouldnt even change my oil till at least 7500 miles
because of the additive needed to seat the rings.

What's gonna happen when they find out
You installed a Supercharger with only 100 miles ?
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This is what i dont understand about These warrantys even from Ford Racing The warranty starts when you install it so Who The Hell installs a Supercharger Day One without first breaking the motor in with at least 5000 to 10000 miles to make sure your good to go first, Unlike a Shelby's shortblock that was DESIGNED to hold over 575 Ponies Imagine the Circus a customer will go thru when Roush Accuses Ford of installing a defective block, and Ford comes back and sez it was the Supercharger that blew it up and your caught in the middle of a 3 month legal battle, waiting for someone to fix your car. Ford wouldnt even change my oil till at least 7500 miles because of the additive needed to seat the rings. What's gonna happen when they find out You installed a Supercharger with only 100 miles ?
I did at 900 miles. Lol I'm at 2400 now in 2 years. You know roush and Shelby has superchargers installed with less than 50 miles on the car right?
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I did at 900 miles. Lol I'm at 2400 now in 2 years. You know roush and Shelby has superchargers installed with less than 50 miles on the car right?
Yea Of Course .Shelby does
and Roush Too

BUT when you toast a Roush engine sold by an official Roush Dealer Your Good

But What a nightmare if its a regular Ford dealership
telling you go back to Roush and see if theyll pay for it

So heres a great question. With Tuners getting almost 500 Hp out of a
5.0 normally asperated. And givin the supercharger adds almost 100lbs to the front
Does the extra 75HP justifiy the $6000 ( plus labor ) cost
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Yea Of Course .Shelby does
and Roush Too

BUT when you toast a Roush engine sold by an official Roush Dealer Your Good

But What a nightmare if its a regular Ford dealership
telling you go back to Roush and see if theyll pay for it

So heres a great question. With Tuners getting almost 500 Hp out of a
5.0 normally asperated. And givin the supercharger adds almost 100lbs to the front
Does the extra 75HP justifiy the $6000 ( plus labor ) cost
...you no longer deal with Ford for powertrain warranty...period.
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...you no longer deal with Ford for powertrain warranty...period.
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
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This is what i dont understand about These warrantys even from Ford Racing The warranty starts when you install it so Who The Hell installs a Supercharger Day One without first breaking the motor in with at least 5000 to 10000 miles to make sure your good to go first, Unlike a Shelby's shortblock that was DESIGNED to hold over 575 Ponies right off the bat Imagine the Circus a customer will go thru when Roush Accuses Ford of installing a defective block, and Ford comes back and sez it was the Supercharger that blew it up and your caught in the middle of a 3 month legal battle, waiting for someone to fix your car. Ford wouldnt even change my oil till at least 7500 miles because of the additive needed to seat the rings. What's gonna happen when they find out You installed a Supercharger with only 100 miles ?
My first oil change was around 3000
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Yea Of Course .Shelby does
and Roush Too

BUT when you toast a Roush engine sold by an official Roush Dealer Your Good

But What a nightmare if its a regular Ford dealership
telling you go back to Roush and see if theyll pay for it

So heres a great question. With Tuners getting almost 500 Hp out of a
5.0 normally asperated. And givin the supercharger adds almost 100lbs to the front
Does the extra 75HP justifiy the $6000 ( plus labor ) cost
Ok, seriously. Where are you getting these number's from? Or your information? There are only a hand few of guys running over 500 N/A.... that's with LT's, Cat Back, Cams, CJ manifold with Custom CAI and a few other parts. Do you have any idea how much that costs? Yep, you guessed it.... about 5-6k and with the cams you don't get the drivability that you would with a blower. Running close to 500 as well is a stretch and there aren't many running that high either, you're looking at about 460 and that's with all of the common bolt on's.

There are two people that I know of that blew their engine with a supercharged roush tune... they both had zero issues from Roush..... Roush purchased and installed both of the engines without hesitation.

There is a lot of bad information you are giving in this thread.
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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
Do you have 3:73 gears or 3:31? Are you manual or auto running 12.5 bone stock. I ran 12.8 with 3:31 manual
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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
New engine with labor is not 10,000 your getting screwed

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Ok, seriously. Where are you getting these number's from? Or your information? There are only a hand few of guys running over 500 N/A.... that's with LT's, Cat Back, Cams, CJ manifold with Custom CAI and a few other parts. Do you have any idea how much that costs? Yep, you guessed it.... about 5-6k and with the cams you don't get the drivability that you would with a blower. Running close to 500 as well is a stretch and there aren't many running that high either, you're looking at about 460 and that's with all of the common bolt on's.

There are two people that I know of that blew their engine with a supercharged roush tune... they both had zero issues from Roush..... Roush purchased and installed both of the engines without hesitation.

There is a lot of bad information you are giving in this thread.
You do not need all that for 500 na. Full exhaust/ cams/boss intake/ coldair/ e85 to hit 500. You do not even need heads if you use e85
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There are people making 520+ with heads added to that with e85
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And givin the supercharger adds almost 100lbs to the front Does the extra 75HP justifiy the $6000 ( plus labor ) cost
Ummm,...75 hp??? What kind of blower are you talking about? I dynod 381 hp then with the blower and roush calibration it was at 508. Then a vmp tune and it's at 557rwhp. Your 75hp estimate is waaaaaay off. I'm at just shy of 7 lbs of boost.
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Do you have 3:73 gears or 3:31? Are you manual or auto running 12.5 bone stock. I ran 12.8 with 3:31 manual

3:73 are the ONLY gear offered with the Track Pak
and Manual Only

Thats Fast enough for me and the local Police to take notice
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There are people making 520+ with heads added to that with e85

YEP' Thats what they run down here
So not that far off from the 575HP of a Blower

I just dont like the extra 100lbs hanging on the front wheels adding a blower
The car feels nose heavy to start with !

Will be seriously looking at the 2015
with 400lbs less weight and around 450HP of Direct Injected 5.0


Thats why Iam holding out on anything major bucks on the drivetrain,
till that Monster arrives and I see one in person



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New engine with labor is not 10,000 your getting screwed

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You do not need all that for 500 na. Full exhaust/ cams/boss intake/ coldair/ e85 to hit 500. You do not even need heads if you use e85
Who's car are you referring to? Keep in mind also that the availability of E85 is still slim. In NC I didn't have an E85 station within 50 miles of me. You also need 47lb injectors... another 280-300 dollars. I'm merely speaking in terms of 93 octane, now if we talk E85 I know of a few guys running 700 HP on a Roush blower... safely at that. The argument has been made over and over again, putting a blower on these 11:1 coyotes are the best bang for the buck.

And seriously.... WTF is up with the emoticons?
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Who's car are you referring to? Keep in mind also that the availability of E85 is still slim. In NC I didn't have an E85 station within 50 miles of me. You also need 47lb injectors... another 280-300 dollars. I'm merely speaking in terms of 93 octane, now if we talk E85 I know of a few guys running 700 HP on a Roush blower... safely at that. The argument has been made over and over again, putting a blower on these 11:1 coyotes are the best bang for the buck.

And seriously.... WTF is up with the emoticons?
No one in particular. Just said a motor rebuild is not 10k. If so your getring screwed. And you can get 500 NA without the cobra jet mani like was stated.
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No one in particular. Just said a motor rebuild is not 10k. If so your getring screwed. And you can get 500 NA without the cobra jet mani like was stated.
Oh sorry I wasn't referring to the motor I was referring to who is running 500hp without cams or an upgraded Manifold?
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Oh sorry I wasn't referring to the motor I was referring to who is running 500hp without cams or an upgraded Manifold?
He was refering to the boss many and full bolt on and dyno tune. No need for cams just ported heads, boss mani, LT headers, Xpipe, intake, TB, and 93 Dyno tune. I believe Dan here from AM is about to do 500 before cams and after cams he should be a lil bit over 515 to the wheels on pump gas
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Oh sorry I wasn't referring to the motor I was referring to who is running 500hp without cams or an upgraded Manifold?
You can hit 500hp with full exhaust/ cams/ boss intake/ heads/ tune on 93

Or full exhaust/ boss intake/ cams/ e85
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This is what i dont understand about These warrantys
even from Ford Racing

The warranty starts when you install it
so Who The Hell installs a Supercharger Day One
without first breaking the motor in with at least 5000 to 10000 miles to make sure your good to go first,

Unlike a Shelby's shortblock that was DESIGNED to hold over 575 Ponies
right off the bat

Imagine the Circus a customer will go thru when Roush Accuses Ford of installing a defective block, and Ford comes back and sez it was the Supercharger that blew it up and your caught in the middle of a 3 month legal battle, waiting for someone to fix your car.

Ford wouldnt even change my oil till at least 7500 miles
because of the additive needed to seat the rings.

What's gonna happen when they find out
You installed a Supercharger with only 100 miles ?
IF you order a Shelby GT500 the Supercharger comes on it, the engine isn't broken in before it is installed.
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A Shelby has its own production line....Roush is an option from ford...you buy the mustang package you want then it is sent to Roush...your car has to get approved from Roush if you want the warranty after driving a gt off the lot then decide to add supercharger option....styling in n out and handling package no worries but not the supercharger....
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A Shelby has its own production line....Roush is an option from ford...you buy the mustang package you want then it is sent to Roush...your car has to get approved from Roush if you want the warranty after driving a gt off the lot then decide to add supercharger option....styling in n out and handling package no worries but not the supercharger....
Not true.
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Y???I was just a dealership..that's the info I got...the vin on a Shelby is a Shelby...the vin on a Roush is a mustang...that's how it was explained to me as well...
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A Shelby has its own production line....Roush is an option from ford...you buy the mustang package you want then it is sent to Roush...your car has to get approved from Roush if you want the warranty after driving a gt off the lot then decide to add supercharger option....styling in n out and handling package no worries but not the supercharger....
Shelby is produced on the same line as v6, gt, boss. No separate production line. The SS and KR are sent to Shelby for upgrade but start life on the regular production line.
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Y???I was just a dealership..that's the info I got...the vin on a Shelby is a Shelby...the vin on a Roush is a mustang...that's how it was explained to me as well...
Yes but, roush takes gt and converts them b4 they ever hit the dealership floor. Yes you can send them yours. But as far as the ones already at a dealer they were semt from roush like that
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Yeah I get that..I just didn't clarify as well...if op sends his to Roush after its driven Roush has to certify it for warranty...correct???I thought that's what salesman said but not 100% on it...
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Well You put STRIPES on A Mustang
Why not Emoticons on a Post ?
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Yeah I get that..I just didn't clarify as well...if op sends his to Roush after its driven Roush has to certify it for warranty...correct???I thought that's what salesman said but not 100% on it...
I don't know that that's accurate. While Shelby takes cars post title and certifies them as Shelby, as is the case with the Super Snake, GT350, KR, and Shelby 1000, I think Roush buys them direct from Ford, modifies them then puts them back on dealer lots who are certified to sell Roush Mustangs as new cars
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Yes but can you send a gt to Roush and still have warranty???
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Yes but can you send a gt to Roush and still have warranty???
Not ford's warranty, but I think Roush offers a 2 yr/24,000 mile warranty, I don't remember if it only covers the supercharger, or the entire engine bay.
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Yes but can you send a gt to Roush and still have warranty???
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
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Im looking at installing the Roush Stage 1 Supercharger Kit in the upcoming months. My question is, does it matter where I purchase it from in order to get the 3/36000 warranty through Roush as long as I have a certified shop install it? Lowest price Ive seen is $5600 shipped.
What year is your mustang?
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