How much HP does a 2006 ROUSH Mustang have?
The new 5.4-liter GT500 offers a trove of performance hardware, but it’s a limited-production vehicle most Mustang fans will never own….Pony. Express.
|Stock Mustang GT||Roush Stage 3|
|Power||300 hp||415 hp|
|0-60 mph||5.1 sec||4.6 sec|
|Quarter mile||13.5 @ 103.6 mph||13.0 sec @ 110.0 mph|
|Braking, 60-0 mph||125 ft||111 ft|
How much HP does a ROUSH intake add?
Adds additional 33 horsepower and 37 lb-ft of torque over stock. Cold Air Intake feeds cooler, denser air to the engine, increasing overall power output, while boosting the sound of your Mustang.
Can you supercharge a 2006 Mustang GT?
This Vortech supercharger system with a V3 Si head unit setup for the 2005-2006 Ford Mustang GT 4.6 3V will get you 462 horsepower and 419 LB/FT of torque on 8-10 psi of boost!
How much is a Roush Mustang worth?
The total sum for all of this is $50,995, and with the donor car requiring at least $45,695, the out-the-door price for this rare Roush is $96,690, or $1,095 more than a GT500 with the Carbon Fiber Track Package.
How much horsepower does a 2007 Roush Mustang have?
It has 427 hp and 391 lb-ft at the flywheel. * Roush four-piece body kit (front fascia, front chin spoiler, hoodscoop, and rear wing).
How much horsepower does a cold air intake add to a Mustang GT?
One of the newest comes to us from Corsa Performance, makers of exhaust systems and other performance accessories. Corsa has just rolled out a new 2018+ Ford Mustang GT air intake that adds up to 20 horsepower and 11 pound-feet of torque, all in around 30 minutes of installation time.
How much horsepower does a Roush cold air intake?
15-20 HP is added without a tune by cold air intakes.
What size motor is in a 2006 Mustang GT?
4.0 L V6
4.6 L V8
2006 Ford Mustang/Engine
How fast can a supercharged V6 Mustang go?
By comparison, the base Mustang GT can get from 0-62 mph in around 4.8 seconds, but this supercharged one is claimed to cut that right down to 3.6 seconds. Top speed has also increased from 155 mph to 205, but sadly, the driver in the video taps off the gas before touching 160 mph.