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Oct 02, 2009 18:46 |  #1

Took some photos for Roush over Labor Day weekend, and they ended up using this one for the press release. I have a lot more, but, I don't want to ruin any plans they may have for them. Haven't posted in a while, camera was off getting repaired.

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Oct 02, 2009 22:40 |  #2

i love the look of these newer roush ones!


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Oct 02, 2009 23:22 |  #3

Pretty good light on it! They asked for that framing so they could run type over the dead space?


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Oct 03, 2009 08:01 |  #4

I like how Roush changed up the front a little more. Looks great. The wheels are an improvement too. The new stlying looks better than the previous ones. The lowered stance looks soo much better than stock. Nice shot!! Beautiful ride!!


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Oct 03, 2009 10:22 |  #5

PhotosGuy wrote in post #8751401 (external link)
Pretty good light on it! They asked for that framing so they could run type over the dead space?

Didn't ask for framing specifically, this just happened to be the picture that they chose for the press release. They have a ton of really nice photos, and I would love to post them up for you guys to C&C, but that being said, this is the only picture they have released so far, and I would hate for a picture to leak that they had big plans for.

As far as lighting, I woke up at 5 am that day to make sure I had all the good AM light that I could ask for.

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I like how Roush changed up the front a little more. Looks great. The wheels are an improvement too. The new stlying looks better than the previous ones. The lowered stance looks soo much better than stock. Nice shot!! Beautiful ride!!

The car, honestly, is amazing in every way. All of the things you mentioned plus they improved the interior too, no big gaudy chrome pieces in this thing. The car handles like a race car, is running about 16lbs of boost w/ forged internals and a giant supercharger. They rated the car at 540hp/510ftlb, and it has a claimed 1/4 time of 11.8. I have no doubt that this car runs 11.8 as it's sitting on Cooper R-tech 275's front and rear, and the car really hooks. They also warranty this car for 3 years / 36k miles. They said they will be making about 100 of these. 2011 will bring a new Stage 3 with the 5.0 that Ford has planned for the Mustang.

Honestly, this has become one of my favorites in the price range. I am confident that anyone who had the chance to take this car home for the weekend would feel the same way.


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Oct 12, 2009 04:25 |  #6

I like their 3pc rear spoiler. The antenna even looks better on the rear. Thats one monster of a machine. 540lbs is just schweet!!!!! Roush always does some nice work with their rides, like Steeda and Saleen. Sweet ride!


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Oct 12, 2009 06:37 |  #7

Beautiful Stang.


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