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SEMA 2014: Roush debuts 2015 Stage 3 Mustang

By - November 21, 2014 – 11:57 amNo Comment | 15,001 views

2015 Roush Stage 3 Mustang

After revealing their new 2015 Mustang lineup including the Stage 1, Stage 2 and RS Mustangs back in September, Roush Performance pulled the wraps off the new supercharged Stage 3 Mustang this month at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The new flagship model features a RoushCharged powertrain that produces 627 horsepower and 530 lb-ft torque with the help of the Roush 2.3L TVS supercharger and quad tip Roush exhaust system with Active Exhaust as an option.

The Stage 3 stays firmly on the road with the help of a standard adjustable 1-way coilover Suspension designed to take advantage of the Mustang’s new independent rear end. Or as an option, customers can choose the 3-way adjustable TrakPack coilover suspension found on the award winning Roush Stage 3 TrakPack Mustang.  A set of sticky ultra high performance Cooper RS3 tires wrapped around 20-inch Roush Quicksilver Wheels put the power to the ground.

Exterior styling on the Stage 3 not only looks good but is fully functional. The front splitter, rear deck spoiler, and rear valance have been designed in-house by Roush to increase down force. The high-flow upper grill and lower opening help feed air to the engine and direct cool air to the intercooler. Performance driving lamps, hood scoop, Roush badges and a Stage 3 Graphics package complete the look. Additional standard equipment includes a Stage 3 serialized engine bay plaque with build signature and dashboard plaque, as well as Roush branded floor mats and instrument cluster.

Additional options includes a front curb avoidance system, Roush hood extractors, body side scoops and quarter window scoops, Roush leather seating, 6-speed shifter ball, custom paint options and more.

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