Street Legal Supercharging: The 2004-05 Roush F-150 ROUSHcharger

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Las Vegas NV, November 1, 2005 — At SEMA 2005, Roush Performance Products announces the availability of a new 5.4-liter, 3-valve V-8 F150 ROUSHcharger. The ROUSHcharger is now legal in all 50 states, and meets California’s CARB EO# D418-3 regulations.

Increased horsepower starts at idle with the ROUSHcharger Roots-type supercharger system for 2004-2005 Ford F-150 trucks equipped with the 5.4-liter 3-valve engine powering two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive models. The supercharger package can produce up to an additional 112 horsepower and 137 foot-pounds of torque.

“The ROUSHcharger program provides proven performance, superior drivability, and it honors our commitment to bring exceptional engineering, product differentiation, competitive pricing and greater exposure to the automotive performance market,” said Ryan Bunn, Roush Performance Marketing Manager.

Pivotal to Roush’s new supercharger system is the Roush Performance Products OEM level engineering calibration. The non-intercooled calibration balances large performance gains with an optimal blend of fuel, spark, and 6 PSI of boost. Roush Performance
Products is dedicated to offering drivers maximum performance, ultimate durability and superior drivability, regardless of weather and altitude conditions

Roush Performance Products offers a ROUSHcharger package that can be installed in about eight hours. The ROUSHcharger is backed by its industry-leading 3-year or 36,000-mile warranty on the vehicle’s drivetrain and drivetrain components.

Roush Performance is the street performance division of Roush Enterprises, parent of Roush Racing and Roush Industries.

For more information on Roush vehicles, parts, and performance crate engines, or to find a list of Roush distributors, please visit or

Ford Truck Enthusiasts invites you to stop by the Roush exhibit at the SEMA Show Central Hall (Racing and Performance), both #24701 to catch a glimpse of the Roush F-150’s on display with our logo and url.

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