Focus st 225

Asked by Oct 15, 2008 at 05:04 AM about the Ford Focus

Question type: Car Customization

how can i make my focus st faster

4 Answers

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if you've got so much money why don't you do that then? arrogant ass. the Focus st is a nice quick car. you've got the 2.5L I5 Duratec and a real nice turbo. i'd increase boost pressure do some intake and exhaust work and get a short throw shifter. some better tires will help, as would an LSD (Limited Slip Differential) if you want more Focus info feel free to message me and i'll shoot some links your way for Focus parts. i love my focus, just gotta finish my engine swap and then im done modding for a while.

Thanks for the reply. I would really appreciate some of those links

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HEY i was just pointing out that most posts on this website are made WAY too vague... If he said that he had the money to do what i said... than by all means do that.. if he says he had up to 5,000$ to spend on his car then i would be glad to help him/her out...

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Turbo/supercharger. Exhaust work. LSD Differential, Higher pressure fuel injectors, computer chips, ECU, tires, gear ratio, air filter, Depends on how fast you want it to go. You could even at NOS it you'd like. Hope she goes like a bat outta hell! Good luck. Nice car btw.

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