2006 Ford Focus ST WOLF Tuning review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 27 December 2006 , 13:12:27 byEmil

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Ford Focus ST WOLF Tuning

The 2006 Ford Focus ST WOLF Tuning is a strong model that reminds its enthusiasts about the tradition of the sporty Ford models. With the Focus ST from WOLF, the driver gets a legitimate successor to the sporty Ford RS and Cosworth models together with a significant improvement in terms of acceleration and flexibility. The ST was turned into an uncompromising sports car by the experienced tuners from WOLF, becoming a true heir to the famuous Cosworths. Wolf boosts power up to 300 bhp for the 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine, a version which is available for export customers, while the German customers are offered the 275 bhp Focus. Additional power in all of the essential engine maps was generated by the optimisation of the control device with WOLF further revising the turbo charger in terms of the turbines and the exhaust. One of the WOLF's main tasks was to improve the water circulation system so that the cooling system matches the increased power, thus allowing the driver to rest and still be able to enjoy the increased power for a long time. Regarding the price, the 275 bhp version, which delivers a peak torque of 360 Nm at 2,000 rpm costs 2,740 euros, while the 300 bhp version, producing 400 Nm of torque at 2,100 rpm, was priced at 3,950 euros. The tuner also offers the ST a rear spoiler lip for 195 euros and a C column lining for the price of 185 euros. The Ford specialist adds WOLF footrests (98 euros) and a pedal set made of aluminum (95 euros) to the interior.