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Old 02-09-2014, 12:44 PM   #1
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Roush rs kit for the v6?

Does anyone know where or when the will offer a roush kit to buy and have installed or do you just have to order it with your mustang?
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You can buy the components from many vendors, or you can send your car to Roush for the upgrade. There are also Roush dealers-car dealers that are Roush certified for service and parts.

It depends on what you want. If the appearance package is it, you can most of that yourself. The only thing you cannot get is a few signature items that only go with Roush registered vehicles. I have done most of the appearance package, but with my own variations. The handling package is decent, but each driver may desire something more specific to their needs.
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This is my car with the Roush hood scoop and splitters. I will not go with the rear spoiler because of my rear view camera mounted in the factory spoiler. However, I will be going with Whiteline and Koni for the suspension. I really wanted the MCA wheels and do not plan on changing them out. Since racing is not big on my list, I do not need an upgrade to the brake system which would require changing them.
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I want the performance package, I read about it it's sapose to have 3 stages with the 3 rd stage being a 675hp from the 3.7L v6. Everyone has a v8 but I want a v6 that can run and hang with them just to say I have a v6 with that much hp, you can look it up it's called the RS3 mustang.
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I think you are confusing the V8 models with the V6 model. Unless they have changed recently, they have not added engine enhancements to the RS package. Most boosters go with the Procharger supercharger system.
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Wow! That sounds amazing wonder how much that would cost
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I'm trying to figure that out cuz if I can find it I plan on buying it then have almost 700hp v6 super stang that smokes the v8's
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Subscribed keep me updated on prices that's really interesting
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First off, the aluminator is a $9200 modified Coyote crate engine. The Stage III kit would add $7300 to that, not including shipping and installation. It would probably require other upgrades to beef things up. I read the article a while back, and think they got their facts mixed up. The picture they show is not a RS. You are not going to get the same power from the V6 as they get from the V8.

If you start with a 2014 GT, the Stage III Roush will be about $18-20,000 on top of that to get a factory job. In the long run, that would be the most practical way to go. FYI, the Stage III w/o the aluminator upgrade will only go to 575 hp. Before you go too far down this path, I would suggest that you try driving a Stage III if you can. I know people that have them, who are serious racers. Those cars never come out of the garage other than for special occasions. They are just too much to handle for day to day driving. There is no room for error. With a commercial turbo/super charger unit that is available for the V6, you will be able to put out 450-500 hp.
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BTW, you can get your V6 converted to a Shelby GTS with a 475 hp supercharger for $30,000+/- depending on options.
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I can just use a supercharger from procharger to give it 475 with just the super then put all other bolt ons and around $9000-10,000 and push over 550 hp all from American muscle. A Shelby gts isn't worth the 30,000 if I can push more for less
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I agree, but for some, having a Shelby is worth it. Sometimes it is worthwhile to think of name recognition for future selling value, but then you have to keep it pristine.
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