Roush pushes the boundaries

Roush's Canada Dry alternative fuels heavy-duty truck

Roush pushes the boundaries with their curiosity, ingenuity and determination. This innovation allows its engineers and designers to push the boundary between possible and impossible. For decades Roush has helped businesses across nearly every industry take an idea from design, engineering, prototyping and testing to production. 

Perhaps the most well-known products are the alternatively fueled buses and trucks from ROUSH CleanTech, but many don’t know that Roush has also worked on helicoptersrockets, and even a military vehicle called the Dagor.

Here are some of Roush’s most impressive contributions: 

  • Supercharged Performance
    Since 1976, Roush has increased the horsepower of stock engines by installing their very own supercharger. Today, Roush Performance has pumped more than 775 horsepower out of a 5.0L V8 engine. 
  • Frontline Clean Fuel Innovation
    The ROUSH CleanTech Ford 7.3L V8 is used in Class 4-7 trucks and school buses. Operating with clean-burning propane reduces NOx emissions by 90% compared to the current EPA standard. 
  • ULA Vulcan Rocket
    Roush’s advanced engineering team provided United Launch Alliance with design, engineering and 3D printing support for the development of its Advanced Cryogenic Evolved Stage (ACES), the upper stage of a space-bound rocket. 
  • Bell Helicopter 505 Jet Ranger X
    To support Bell’s goal of securing orders for an aircraft that did not yet exist, Roush engineered and constructed three full-scale Bell 505 Jet Ranger X helicopters with full fidelity in six months to display at an international trade show. 
  • Polaris Dagor
    Roush and Polaris Defense partnered on a completely new “larger” class A military vehicle — the DAGOR. Roush offered its engineering experience and flexible manufacturing capabilities to the program. 
  • P-51 Mustang
    Roush reverse engineers and applies modern manufacturing, design and materials expertise to vintage aircraft parts. 
  • Refined and Reduced NVH
    Noise, vibration and harshness, or NVH, is a key part of what Roush has done for high performance cars, like the Roush 2021 Stage 3 Mustang, as well as conventional aircrafts, helicopters and kitchen appliances. Our ability to significantly reduce NVH has dramatically improved value for customers and increased sales for our partners. 

That’s just the tip of the iceberg. As the automotive industry continues to focus on sustainable ways to reduce emissions and foster healthier communities, Roush’s technological innovation and forward-thinking will continue to contribute to a cleaner, safer future.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here