TakeOneWest: This engine appears to NOT be an Aluminator engine if this is indeed a bonafide 2014 Roush Stage 3 Aluminator. An Aluminator engine will have an engine bay plaque that clearly states that the car has an aluminator engine in it. Go to the time of 12'08" to 12'10" in the video and the engine plaque is NOT an Aluminator one. Only 66 of these cars were made, and they all should have that aluminator plaque. If this car doesn't then there needs to be an explanation as to why.
Eric Watkins: that roush will run circles around that gt500
MithroJin: Performance wise i love what roush does to mustangs, but the chrome wheels, fake hood scoop and window covers just throw it off for me.
dsavish: lolol i'd save that 70k for the new gt500 that will destroy this overpriced roush.
jeff m: Think that's the longest name a car has ever had
Adrianus: Amazing car but it should have bigger break discs. Especially rear ones are so tiny. It looks bad but also probably breaking is not that good as it could with bigger breaks.
Ross Bertram: I know ray skillman
clark kent: That will probably beat the challenger hellcat with no problems especially because it weighs a hell of a lot less nice mustang!
Roush Guy: I have owned Roush cars (2010 427r) in the past and they certainly have the best feeling suspensions out there but my concern is adding all that horsepower without driveline improvements. Today I have a 2014 Gt500 and Ford goes to extreme length adding twin disk clutches, beefed up transmission, shifter, carbon fiber driveshaft and Torsen rear end (optional) plus 6 piston brakes, stock launch control and a fully forged Trinity 5.8l engine derived from the Ford GT. Ford didn't add all this expensive hardware because it wasn't needed. Don't get me wrong they are both terrific cars but I think the Shelby was designed to handle all this power and I would question the driveline components that that the Stage 3 phase 3 provides... and how long they might not last!
mrthebillman: The car is Orange.
MRDECOTIIS: the 5.0 just has no rumble,shelby 5.8's have the stroke.when you drive a shelby gt 500 you get a whiff of the 67-70 390-428 chambered exhaust rumble,the rousch wouldn't sound cool tracking down a 440 charger in the streets of san francisco.just dosen't have cool factor for mc queen to drive.i could see steve in a slate gray gt 500 roasting the tires after the cab goes by....
prostcj: Why do Mustang and Camaro guys feel the need to sound off like half-informed 12 year olds on the internet? I own a ZL1 but think this is a great car too.
Fred Garvin: You're leaving something out. The Aluminator requires a new 9.5:1 5.0 Coyote crate engine plus the supercharging kit, it costs $25k plus the $40k Phase 3, Plus the $35k GT.
roger depew: Did anyone else notice the Delorean about two bays down visible in all the across engine bay shots? It seemed...
Camren Paige: I see that Shelby 427 back there. My love.
A ZL1: Why are we bringing zl1 into this it doesn't even keep up with these cars.. stock fir stock it's crap Chevy freaked up making up that metal rock good engine in a tank does nothing good for anyone however that roush is awesome still rather have the gt 500 just a better name by far it's all about Carroll Shelby.
Robert Chavez (Robert Evel Chavez): Sad when a ZL1 does this with ported heads, cam, pullies and a tune for $12k Not impressed.
Watercooled360: Anyone else notice the delorean in the background?!?!
davva360: That sounds fantastic. Want 2
Owen Townsend: so if someone was to come in with 20-$25,000 down what are the chances on getting them in to stage 3
2014 ROUSH STAGE 3 ALUMINATOR PHASE 3 700HP RS3 MUSTANG VS GT5005
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