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Cars > Challenges > “Vader” Vs “Roush”

 

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2000 Pontaic Trans Am WS6 Ram Air

“Vader”

2005 Ford Mustang Roush GT

“Roush”

 
Photo of: 2000 Pontaic Trans Am
Photo of: 2005 Ford Mustang
 

Head to Head

 

About “Vader”

Well I bought it a little over a year ago. When I bought it stock I wanted to get in the 12's with it. Just a couple of free mods and bolt-on's and I got the times I wanted.

About “Roush”

Bought this car new as a Roush Sport Coupe in June 05 after falling in love with the Roush package.

Continuing with mods to make it my own and make it a Stage 1,2,3 and beyond. I call it a Stage 3 1/2 because it has 100 more HP than a Roush Stage 3.

 

Specs for “Vader”

360HP/370TQ

At the Track
Best 60': 1.86
Best R/T: .026
Best 1/8 Mile ET: 8.46
Best 1/8 Mile MPH: 86
Best 1/4 Mile ET: 12.86
Best 1/4 Mile MPH: 109
On street tires

Specs for “Roush”

450 RWHP (Safe boost of 10psi to maintain engine warranty)
About 12,000 miles

 

Factory Options for “Vader”

2000 Ram Air WS6
M6 Transmission
Monsoon System with 12cd charger

Factory Options for “Roush”

It came with:
5 spd Manual
Roush Body Package
Jack Roush signature white face gages
Roush axel back exhaust
3.55 gears

 

Mods for “Vader”

Exterior Modifications:
5% Black Tint all the way around.
Black Z06 Corvette Rims
Brake Calipers Dyed Dark Blue
Ventslide Black Taillight Covers
Hood Mirrors


Performance:
Pacesetter Long Tubes with TSP Rumbler Exhaust and Stainless Steel Corsa Clones
SLP Airlid with Holley Powershot Airfilter,
SLP Smooth Bellow
Tune from HP Tuners
Descreened MAF
EGR/AIR Delete
No CATS


Suspension/Chassis:
BMR Subframe Connectors
Eibach Lowering Springs
SLP Bilstein Shocks and Struts
UMI Lower Control Arms
UMI Lower Control Arm Relocation Brackets
UMI Panhard Bar

Drivetrain:
Pro 5.0 Shifter with a Lou's Short Stick
SLP Line Lock
Powerslot Double Drilled and Slotted Rotors in all four corners
Motive 4.10 Gears
LS7 Clutch with LS2 Flwheel
Mcloed Adjustable Master Cylinder

Mods for “Roush”

I have added:
Kenne Bell 2.6L Intercooled Supercharger (Polished)
39 lb injecters
KB Boost-A-Pump
90mm Lightning Mass Air
KB Cool air intake
Hooker X-pipe off road (no cats)
Hurst Shifter
FRPP Antisway bars front and rear
Roush Lowering springs front and rear
18X10 Roush Wheels (275 40 BFG KD tires)
Painted silver stripes
Painted body color mirrors
Roush Billet Pedals
Painted Blackout between tail lights
Custom upholstery with body color inserts and embroidered pony by AutoKraft Auto Uph.
Billet Aluminum door sills
Billet Aluminum Radiator, Oil and Intercooler caps
Roush Trunk Mounted Tool Kit
Detailed and clear coated engine compartment
Body color painted and clear coated valve covers (by KR Restoration)
Steeda Hood Pins
Baer 14" Front Brakes with Hawk Pads
Redline Tuning air piston hood lifts
Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates
Maximum Motorsports Lower Rear Control Arms
Steeda One-piece Aluminum Drive Shaft
Steeda 13" rear Brake Rotors with Hawk Pads

 

Photo Albums 1 – 1 of 1

Cover photo of Vader album
Vader
Photos: 6
 

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SORC Race 2008
Photos: 7
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My Two Mustangs
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Points for Vader Total Votes Points for Roush
78 35 97

 

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