There’s no denying that the Roush Mustang is one of the coolest cars to own. The company has a lot of options for owners who want to make their car even more unique. The company has a number of stage 1, 2 and 3 kits for the vehicle as well as a handling package that includes a pinion snubber, rear anti-roll bar and special front and rear springs.
There is a new kit for the Mustang that will push it to an incredible 750 horsepower. This is possible thanks to the Eaton TVS R2650 supercharger that is used in the car. The system is 50-state emissions legal and features a calibration that is optimized for 93 octane fuel. It also comes with a high-capacity low temperature radiator for added cooling power.
This 750 HP Mustang Supercharger Review article will cover some of the key components of this impressive upgrade. It will also look at the cost of installation. It is important to note that the price of installation will vary greatly depending on where you live and how long it takes to get your car into a shop for the work.
Generally speaking, the cost of installing a phase 1 kit will run about $1400 to 1500 dollars with all applicable fees. This is because there are some additional costs associated with the installation such as taxes and shipping. The best way to figure out exactly how much you will need to pay is to contact a Ford dealer or a shop that specializes in performance upgrades.