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Roush Starts Bringing Out New Body Pieces For The 2018 Ford Mustang

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Although relatively new to dealer lots, the 2018 Ford Mustang has already received a lot of love from the folks at Roush Performance. Already, the tuning outfit has announced cold-air intake kits, a high-flow axle-back exhaust kit, and an active-valve exhaust system that allows users to exert control over the exhaust note volume at any time with an electronic dial.

Now, Roush Performance is expanding on its aftermarket parts offerings for the newly-revised, already-great 2018 Ford Mustang, announcing a suite of body parts aimed at enhancing both the appearance and functionality of the Blue Oval’s latest pony car.

The parts include Roush Hood Heat Extractors (GT and EcoBoost, $207.99 MSRP), a Lower High-Flow Grille Opening (GT and EcoBoost, $249.99 MSRP), Fascia Corner Pockets (GT and EcoBoost, $249.99 MSRP), and a Rear Valance Aero Foil Kit (GT only, $104.99 MSRP). The Fascia Corner Pockets kit is recommended for use with the Lower High-Flow Grille Opening and a 3-piece Chin Spoiler and Wheel Shroud Kit (GT and EcoBoost), which the company says will become available toward mid-March.

None of these kits require any painting, and they all feature an attractive, satin black finish. The Hood Heat Extractors are made from ABS plastic – light, durable, and resistant to both heat and impact – while the other kits are made from injection-molded TPO (Thermoplastic Poly Olefin). Kits like the Rear Valance Aero Foil Kit and forthcoming Chin Spoiler and Wheel Shroud kit promise to optimize aerodynamic efficiency and increase downforce, and the Lower High-Flow Grille Opening ought to help increase the flow of cold air through the radiator so you can better keep your cool at the track.

In addition to its selection of individual, bolt-on parts for the 2018 Ford Mustang, Roush Performance also offers several comprehensive Mustang-based vehicles through authorized dealers, including Stage 1 and Stage 2 Roush Mustangs, and the all-new, 710-horsepower JackHammer Mustang.

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Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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