Ford Focus ST features the signature of Wolf Racing and gets high performance tuning.
The power boost comes in three steps and all starts from the base 2.0-liter EcoBoost Turbocharged engine that is best-in-class manual fuel economy saver. That does not come with power penalty and the 2.0 standard engine provides a power of 250 HP (184 kW) and 360 Nm (265 lb-ft) of torque.
The first step is set with just ECU remaping and replaced air filter. So, the engine can absorb a larger quantity of air and the output is increasing power to 285 HP (209 kW) and torque to 326 lb-ft (441 Nm).
If you want to reach the second step and add 15 HP (11 kW) power and go to 333 lb-ft (451 Nm) of torque the Wolf Racing fits the ST model with a new turbocharger.
And at the last but not the least step three is the one that provides the highest performance boost due to a new tuning component: the new exhaust system. The Focus ST can now deliver 370 HP (272 kW) and 409 lb-ft (554 Nm).
To modify the ST ground clearance by 50mm front and 40 mm rear you can have unique coilover sport suspension. And wait there is more. Wolf Racing can also customize the hatchback with headlight covers, roof spoiler lip, side skirts, rear skirt attachment, more performance brake system and a lot of design features.
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