• Jul 11, 2008

We got our first peak at ROUSH's new TVS2300 supercharger system under the hood of the P-51A Mustang last year at SEMA, and we knew it was only a matter of time before they put it on sale as a separate kit. Available in several versions, the upgraded ROUSHcharger can be purchased as a complete kit with all the accessories or as a replacement kit for those with an existing ROUSHcharger system. Depending on its calibration, the upgraded supercharger can produce up to 700 horsepower from the Mustang's 4.6-liter V8. A warrantied version version with a ROUSH-assembled shortblock will be available shortly. Full details can be found in the press release from ROUSH after the jump.

[Source: Roush]

PRESS RELEASE:

LIVONIA, Mich. (July 10, 2008) - ROUSH® Performance has always been the leader in powertrain performance and with the introduction of the new TVS2300 ROUSHcharger® it is possible for owners of any 2005 to 2009 Ford Mustang GT to inject up to 700 horsepower under the hood.

The new TVS2300 ROUSHcharger will be available in a variety of packages to fit the needs from enthusiasts wanting a new complete kit with a warranty, those simply looking to get the maximum horsepower with a custom tune, and owners wishing to upgrade a car with an existing ROUSHcharger system. The new TVS2300 ROUSHcharger was first used on the 2008 ROUSH P-51A™ Mustang vehicle builds to much acclaim.

For those willing to explore the wild side, the TVS2300 ROUSHcharger is now sold separately allowing custom tuners to develop their own calibration which can push the horsepower anywhere from 510 to more than 700. This is the first time that ROUSH is offering specialty tuning firms the option of using their own calibrations and being creative with their tune on a ROUSHcharger. This kit includes a cold air intake system, unique fuel rail with 52 lb.-hr. injectors, a dual 60 mm electronic throttle body, all hardware, brackets and instructions. With a one-year component warranty, this kit retails for $5,899 (part number 403994).

Owners of an existing ROUSHcharger system can upgrade to the TVS2300 ROUSHcharger for $4,999 (part number 403995). This kit includes several of the same components above but utilizes as many of the installed ROUSHcharger components as practical to help reduce the upgrade cost.
Customers will need to work with a custom tuner for maximum performance.
For complete details, visit www.ROUSHperformance.com.

The TVS2300 ROUSHcharger utilizes Eaton's new Twin Vortices Series technology. The patented design on this supercharger system features a four-lobe rotor and high-flow inlet which greatly enhances thermal efficiency, higher volume capacity, and higher operational speeds.

"The gloves are off for the specialty tuners to get really creative with a ROUSHcharger now," said Joe Thompson, general manager of ROUSH Performance. "We're excited to see what some of these guys can do with the new TVS2300 ROUSHcharger and really explore the type of performance that this new unit is capable of. We've heard some numbers from a couple of exploratory installs already and I must say that they are very impressive."

The complete kit with a ROUSH-backed 3-year/36,000 mile engine warranty will be available shortly. This version of the TVS2300 ROUSHcharger is 50-state legal and rated at 510 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque.
Included in the package is the complete TVS2300 ROUSHcharger system featuring new upper and lower intake manifolds for the high capacity air-to-water intercooler and larger TVS supercharger. A custom ROUSH calibration is included, as well as new fuel rails and high-flow 52 pound fuel injectors, a high-flow capacity fuel pump, as well as a dual electronic throttle body. A ROUSH Cold Air Kit with a stylish carbon fiber clean air tube helps to dress up the engine bay and provides improved performance.

This kit also includes a ROUSH-assembled short block with forged components such as a steel eight-bolt crankshaft, aluminum flywheel, aluminum pistons with increased dish to lower the compression from 9:8 to 8:6, and steel H-Beam connecting rods.



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      • 6 Years Ago
      sounds like alot of mustangs are going to need new tires, i bet Goodyear's going to be happy!!
      • 6 Years Ago
      does the 500hp version require the short block as well?? If so weak if not baller!
        • 6 Years Ago
        Thanks for clarification =)
      • 6 Years Ago
      Mustang fanatics are getting 500 hp out of stock blocks all the time. If you want to get more than that you need to fortify the rotating assembly.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Thank god we have a Mustang post to get in the way of all the ZR1/GTR banter! Thanks AB! ;-)
      • 6 Years Ago
      Rotrex would have been a better choice.
      08 roush bad ass
      • 3 Years Ago
      My 08 roush is great. Have a six speed transl. Never race a vette but has kick.a lot of. Camero and me and my ride always picking up the girls. Who cares what car bet what ride just like what you drive and love what you drive peace .700 hp stang way to go roush
      • 6 Years Ago
      700HP, that's all? Meh...
      • 6 Years Ago
      It's about time roush got off the eaton m90 wagon.
      The m90 was a great supercharger, 10+years ago.

      I'm sure there is no warranty at all to go with this SC, they could offer it with the old one, because the m90 really couldn't over feed a 3 valve engine, it just lacked potential.
      This SC is easily capable of crushing the stock shortblock.

      I'd take this over an unreliable and troublesome KB any day of the week.
      HotRodzNKustoms
      • 6 Years Ago
      Anything with 700hp is good news in my book.
        • 6 Years Ago
        @HotRodzNKustoms
        amen brutha!