Thursday, August 13, 2009

2010 Roush 427R Mustang

The 427R package is anchored by a Roushcharged 4.6-liter 3-valve V-8. It uses an M90 Roots-style supercharger with Eaton internals, but is designed, assembled and calibrated by the engineers at Roush to the tune of 435 bhp at 6450 rpm and 400 lb.-ft. of torque at 3750 rpm.

Roush 427R Mustang accelerate in 60 mph in 4.8 sec., with the quarter mile arriving in 13.3 sec. Both figures make the 427R a half-second quicker than the stock Mustang GT.

Included in the $14,156 Roush 427R transformation is a Roush suspension system, which consists of new front struts, rear shocks, springs, anti-roll bars and jounce bumpers. It's a nicely balanced package, giving plenty of confidence that the car will go just where you point it during aggressive driving.
Our Roush 427R test car was chock full of interesting options, including a Roush short-throw shifter kit ($410) that has one of the most positive linkages ever created.Another option, a $435 boost gauge placed in the center of the dash's left air vent.
the car you see here carries $22,398 in Roush pieces. Not a cheap conversion. But it's hard to put a price on pure American fun. And few cars come better equipped for that than the Roush 427R.
To See the 2010 Roush 427R Mustang's official website click here!

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