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How did Roush let you down?

Maybe buy a true Roush Mustang next time with Roush registration numbers and I doubt Roush would let you down.

A Roush Supercharger installed on a Mustang does not make a Roush Mustang.

Sounds like sling crap to see where it sticks to me. Maybe you should go to the GT Mustang thread.
 

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Sometimes reading comprehension is not everyone's strong suit... Have you ever heard of Roush Authorized Dealerships who provide Roush Autthorized Builds?? That Roush supports and warranties. The mistake I made was to buy one with no warranty. When I spoke to Roush and through the dealership NOBODY could come up with a fix even AFTER I SENT THE CAR BACK TO THE SELLER AND SPENT OVER A $1000 shipping and plugs and still car not fixed WITH ROUSH COMMUNICATING ON WHAT TO DO.... so spare me the sling crap bs if you have nothing positive to say...
 

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How did Roush let you down?

Maybe buy a true Roush Mustang next time with Roush registration numbers and I doubt Roush would let you down.

A Roush Supercharger installed on a Mustang does not make a Roush Mustang.

Sounds like sling crap to see where it sticks to me. Maybe you should go to the GT Mustang thread.
Silly, silly post.:rolleyes:
 

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You posted and I responded.

It does suck your car is having issues but I think you should focus all of your efforts on the selling dealer.

Roush has been outstanding with their response and service towards me.

Butting out.
 

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Nobody anywhere has advocated that Roush is not outstanding... I merely expressed my dissatisfaction with the support I received on a brand new Roush Phase 2 Mustang GT and BOTH the Seller and Roush who are behind the build... it is Marketed as a Roush Phase 2 Build and they are the "fastest growing Roush Performance Dealer" maybe the fine print should say ignore ROUSH in the equation. Whether you build it in house or franchise it out... once you let your name be used and marketed it means you SHOULD stand by the end user who is BUYING your legally "AUTHORIZED" product...
 

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Sorry to hear about this mess. I would be freaking out too. Did I read correctly that you had a Phase 2 package on that supercharger? I have a 15 stage 3. When I asked about upgrading to a phase 2, Roush told me it would void my warranty. Anyone mention that to you?
Hope you get it sorted out soon........
 

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Hi white lightning... yeah I bought the phase 2 package and they told me that I have NO drive-train warranty. I bought it brand new from Lebanon Ford in Ohio. I'll cut to the chase... There is a Reason Jack Roush can buy a Ford GT, he built a great business. The problem is the guys running the business look out for the bottom line very carefully. Unfortunately that means some of us with issues will not get good service. Subjective and real. My Advise, Forget about Roush go with an aftermarket like VMP, AED or LUND. Better to support the smaller guys because at least they care more about their brand/reputation than today's Roush who have already "arrived". I will NEVER buy another Roush product simply because they NEVER took the time to help me. Too many satisfied customers to care about the few "disgruntled" I am okay with that because the truth exists and I tried my best in this thread to explain. In the end, I spent a fortune and got crap for service. STAY away from dual disk clutches while you have the Roush Tune. Hit or miss. I am certain they know of this issue as well but really cannot acknowledge it for obvious reasons. As I said, check out VMP, AED or Lund for the next level with your car. Leave Roush alone, they are already successful. Their customer service supports that.
 

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I replaced crank sensor and trigger wheel when I also replaced RXT with Exedy Mach 500. No more issues and break in completed.
 

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Had the same issue 2 months ago. I work at a ford dealership, I had bought my mustang GT installed Ford racing/Roush supercharger phase 1 myself when I purchased the car. then wanted to upgrade to phase 2. did that everything was still running fine. then upgraded clutch and flywheel to the mcloed RST twin disc. install was good. drove fine during break in, then I got a p0300/p0302. after 2months of Diag I finally found vincy on the forum. had the same issue. did exactly what he did to his and it resolved my misfire issue. glad I found this post for info. helped me tremendously and saved me a lot of money. thanks
 

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**** is crazy how these clutches don't play nice with the factory electronics...

Yet another reason to buy these cars in autos IMO. Slap a good converter in them and you are way faster than the stick shift.
 

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Sometimes reading comprehension is not everyone's strong suit... Have you ever heard of Roush Authorized Dealerships who provide Roush Autthorized Builds?? That Roush supports and warranties. The mistake I made was to buy one with no warranty. When I spoke to Roush and through the dealership NOBODY could come up with a fix even AFTER I SENT THE CAR BACK TO THE SELLER AND SPENT OVER A $1000 shipping and plugs and still car not fixed WITH ROUSH COMMUNICATING ON WHAT TO DO.... so spare me the sling crap bs if you have nothing positive to say...
Former Ford dealer technician. Did the 20 hour Roush Phase 2, 727 HP install 16 months ago. The crank relearn was done once after initial start up. No problem in 12k miles. I purchased a GT-350 spoiler and stripes with the money I saved by doing the work myself. ‘15 Mustang GT Premium w/ PP. I decided to check the net before installing the McLeod 800 HP RST clutch, slave with throw out bearing, lighten steel flywheel, PILOT BUSHING, Barton hybrid short throw shift linkage and a Roush X-pipe. These parts are collecting dust in my garage until I get better answers.
1.) Warm the car up. Do the relearn four times in a row at 4,000 RPM.-was recommended.
2.) DashBridge CX was recommended.
3.) McLeod Clutch weight Is more than stock. Vibration. Roush Program. Ford sensors compensating for these variations.
elevation, temperature, WEIGHT, SPEED, acceleration, deceleration, magnetic interferences, grounds, etc..
  • sensor +/- range
  • Flywheel spec
 
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