Roush Performance was one of the first companies to offer a cold-air intake package for the 2010 Mustang GT. And now news comes that the same system will bolt into your new 2011 Mustang GT, offering you additional power and efficiency right out of the box.
The new cold-air-intake replaces the stock 2011 Mustang GT filter housing with a true open element filter. The system uses a unique air shroud that seals against the bottom of the hood to assure that fresh, or “cold” air is breathed in by the engine.
Looking as it would have been designed by Ford itself is no surprise coming from Roush. The company is well known for its OEM level of fit and engineering. The new filter will have a retail price around $199. Installation will not require a re-tune in most cases either as the stock ECU can handle adjustments for the small variations this part provides.
The stock MAF sensor will bolt into the new system which we can expect will give your 2011 Mustang GT somewhere in the neighborhood of 10hp extra. Not bad for $199. It is an easy modification that most people can do in under an hour with standard tools.
Our friends at Stage3Motorsports have them in stock right now and ready to ship!