Although Roush is well known for modifying Mustangs, they have developed a new package for the Ford Bronco.
The “kit-in-a-box product” contains an air induction system that promises to generate 30% more airflow than the original arrangement, and is designed to boost the model’s performance on and off the road. The system includes an off-road pre-filter and keeps the Bronco’s water-fording capacity.
A three-inch axle-back stainless steel exhaust system is also available, which promises to enhance ground clearance and the model’s departure angle. With enhanced turbo noise, the exhaust emits Roush’s characteristic “performance sound.”
Buyers will also receive a set of five 17-inch wheels. They come without tires, however General Grabber X3 LT315/70R17 tires are recommended by the company.
There are floor liners, a console vault, and two Roush-branded key fobs on the interior. A weather-proof storage box, a recovery strap, a torch, and work gloves are all included in the off-road recovery package.
A graphics kit, which includes a windshield banner, hood graphics, and a Jack Roush signature decal, rounds off the highlights. American flag designs, front fender emblems, and a license plate frame complete the look.
The kit costs $6,750 and comes in a serialized, “laser-engraved carton that may be dismantled and saved as a souvenir” that can be supplied straight to customers. That’s a little pricey, but you can save money by purchasing the air induction system and exhaust separately for $479.99 and $1,049.99, respectively. However, owing to emissions, the improvements aren’t authorized in all 50 states.