Roush is back with their latest and greatest Mustang. The 2014 Stage 3 Roush is one bad machine, posting 575HP and 505 foot pounds of torque from its 5.0 coyote motor with a menacing growl emanating from the exhaust. Even when idle, if you’re anywhere near this thing you know simply by the refined sound it’s one piece of Detroit muscle that certainly means business.
Options & Add-ons for the 2014 Roush Stage 3
In addition to its Eaton R2300 supercharger, Roush intercooling system, a customized Roush performance suspension, and all of the exterior styling goodies that go along with the Stage 3, there are a number of options you can add to the 2014. Some notable add-ons include:
- Ford Racing Aluminator Forged Engine Upgrade – $8,250
- X-Brace and Rear Seat Delete – $1,975 (Painted), $1,675 (Unpainted) Roush Custom Exterior Paint – $15,500
- Stage 3 Interior Package that includes leather and suede seats, door inserts and shift boot, all with highlighted stitching – $2,150
- Roush also offers three brake upgrade package, the best performing and most notable being the Competition Brake Package – $3,500
Roush also gives you the choice of upgrading your new 2014 Stage 3 to one of two different “phases,” both offering even more power than the already potent 575HP the Mustang is delivered with. Phase 2 bumps performance numbers up to 625 horsepower and 525lb-ft of torque. Stage 3 takes things a step further and stacks the power to an overly impressive 675 horsepower and 585lb-ft of torque. That’s just 25HP less than the 2014 Saleen 351 and 13HP more than the what the 2014 GT500′s 5.8L motor is putting down.
- Phase 2 Power Pack Upgrade (+50HP, 20LB-TQ) – $6599.99
- Phase 3 Power Pack Upgrade (+100HP, 80LB-TQ) – $7199.99
All-in-all, owning a new 2014 Roush Stage 3 is going to set you back $17,000 (above the base price of a 2014 GT) plus shipping and handling charges. Add on an aluminator motor upgrade and a Phase 3 Power Pack and you’re coming in above the price of a 2014 GT500, but decently below what a 2014 Saleen 351 would cost you.
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