Ya I know this has been debated forever on here. I don't need a tire roaster, but it's fun and expensive. That's what I'm afraid of with the Roush as opposed to the Paxton. However, I've been told fit and finish of the Roush is top notch and there is less likelihood of leakage due to less plumbing and the sort. Who thought going fast was such a drawn out process. Thanks for the input, I appreciate it.
2005 HP White GT - Auto - Red Leather Interior -Shaker 1000 - FR-500-S Axle Backs -Roush TVS 2300 Supercharged - GT500 Fuel pumps, GT500 TB, Aeroforce Dual Gauges, Performance Automatic 5r55S with hardened input shaft, PA 3000 Stall Converter , Dynotech one piece aluminum D/S, Roush Brakes,
FR3 Handling Pack and CHE LCA's and relocation brackets.
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