Mustang GT Stage 3
2014 Ford Mustang Roush Stage 3
We just got this incredibly low mileage two owner Roush Stage 3 in and it is gorgeous. If you aren't familiar Jack Roush and his Stage cars below is blurb on what to expect. This one has less than 4K miles and is immaculate. Take a look at the pics and the video and make sure your speakers are on when this one starts up...but not too loud
It's hard to do anything but love the basic goodness of the Ford Mustang. Its brutally simple recipe ensures not only lots of old-fashioned fun behind the wheel, but also an enormous aftermarket that can, for a price, one-up the factory's effort with greater style and performance.
Roush Performance in Plymouth Township, Michigan, founded by racing icon Jack Roush, here is the most extreme turnkey pony car Roush offered through select Ford dealers, complete. It includes the cosmetic and suspension mods of Roush's lesser Stage 1 ($4500) and Stage 2 ($7950) kits, along with more power under the hood. The centerpiece of the $17,000 Stage 3 upgrade is an Eaton TVS supercharger that huffs eight psi of boost into the otherwise stock 5.0-liter V-8. The company says that's enough to increase horsepower from 420 to a tire-shredding 575, with the bulk of the gain found near the engine's 6750-rpm redline, with torque rising from 390 pound-feet to 505
So what else do you get with the Stage 3? For starters, you get 67 badges, stickers, and ornaments with the word “Roush” or the company's signature “R” on them. You also get aggressive body extensions, a Boss 302–style X-brace where the rear seats used to be ($1975), and a barrel-chested exhaust system ($525) that rattles eardrums like machine-gun fire in a drainage pipe. Roush does not do stealth.
Also included in our car are the additional $3415 in special upholstery and Roush-themed interior upgrades, Overall comfort from the chairs is good and made better by a well-controlled ride, light clutch effort, and a slick manual shifter.
5.0 Liter V8
Leather & Vinyl