Raybestos ROUSH 2013 Mustang Project Build

Mar 29, 2012

After building an old-school ’32 Ford and a mid-60s muscle car, we felt it was time to demonstrate what the Raybestos brand could do with a modern American V8-powered sportscar — and the Raybestos ROUSH® 2013 Stage 3 Mustang allows us to do just that. Start with a thoroughly modern Ford platform, enhance it with legendary ROUSH performance tuning, and then add the latest in Raybestos racing brakes & chassis parts technology.

The result will be a 650+ horsepower fire-breathing street demon, that can brake like no Mustang that’s come before it… And since we already have a Raybestos technical partnership with ROUSH — serving as a brake supplier to Roush Fenway Racing’s Sprint Cup teams in NASCAR — we’ll enjoy help from the entire Roush team in dialing in our wicked Stage 3. Stay tuned for updates… It should be fun!

Raybestos® brand brake parts are produced by affiliated companies in Affinia’s Global Brake & Chassis Group, the leading manufacturer of braking systems in the transportation industry. The Raybestos brakes product line includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes, calipers and hydraulic parts. Raybestos brand racing brakes are used by premier teams such as Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush Fenway Racing and Richard Petty Motorsports in NASCAR® competition. For more information about Raybestos brakes, visit Raybestos.com.

Affinia Group Inc. is an innovative global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and marketing of industrial grade products and services, including extensive offerings of aftermarket parts for automotive and heavy-duty vehicles. With approximately $2.0 billion in annual revenue, Affinia has operations in North and South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.affiniagroup.com.

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29 thoughts on “Raybestos ROUSH 2013 Mustang Project Build

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    • Being a GM person my whole life, I fillany decided to cross the line into Ford country and has turned out to be the best move I ever made. I have an ’07 427R conv. This car has brought me more attention and thrills then even my ’04 CTS-V with the LS6 motor. The only thing with the 427R, I dont have to bring the kids with me anymore. Now I can drive the car the way it was meant to drive. Remember the old Ford saying Have you driven a Ford lately Now a saying should be You gotts drive a Roush Just had to say LOVE IT!!!

      • The clip is to hold the rotor straight on the amsesbly line until the caliper wheel are bolted on. The clip is disposable. Dealerships don’t stock them or replace them when removed. If you were right, dealerships would require techs to replace them every brake job to prevent claims of bypassing safety equipment.

    • I didn’t expect you to agree. The point is that the clip is a saftey devise to prevent the part from falling on kids playing in there dads shop or a mechanic bending over in the same manor you were. It is just a saftey implement. You stated it was useless and I just felt you may be interested in the parts purpose. I am sorry for commenting. If it can happen there is a possibility it will.

    • The New 2010 Roush 540RH is a car for people who are in need of high peamfrornce car. It comes with advanced features. The engine is powerful and can generate 540horsepower. The interiors are mind blowing, very well designed.

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  3. How much are these 427 roush Im seriuosly ienertsted in buying one , nobody will give us a priceROUSH: It’s surprising that an authorized ROUSH dealer is unable to provide you with the pricing information. We have a dealer locator online here that should lead you to someone that will be able to help. The 2010 ROUSH 427R has an MSRP starting around $46,000, although most of the models on the dealer lots seem to have options that put the pricing closer to the $52,000 mark.

    • It has Sport Chrono and launch coorntl works fine, but the immediate part is only when you remove your foot from the brake. The process to activate it (foot on brake, full throttle, change to launch mode profile) still takes a moment. It would take a few runs to calibrate the timing (when to initiate the launch mode profile) or you can put it in launch mode as soon as you stage and hold it while the other car gets in position, but the stress on the engine is not recommended.

  4. oh my gosh i would love to win this car and show ppl i can win at somthing so nice as this! i love mustangs i used to have a 2003 and some one hit me and total it i alway want another one

    • Once inside the trunk (going in from back seat) look under the side mtitang for a little yellow handle attached to a cable. this is a manual trunk release. Also in 1995 the Mustang came with a key fob that has a trunk release button on it, so no key is required when using the fob. If you lost yours, contact a dealer and get a new one, they work great.

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  6. would love to be the owner of this car you guys did very well on this stang. i have been loving stangs since i got my drivers permit. hope to win to give to my son . this will be his collector car.ford racing rules.

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