The Accessport V3 is the world's best selling, most flexible ECU upgrade solution for Ford. Unlock power hidden within the vehicle by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. Upgrade forever with off-the-shelf (OTS) calibrations for most bolt-on modifications. It's the last engine management solution you'll ever need.
Maintaining the best qualities of the factory intake while improving on the rest, the COBB Carbon Fiber Ford Focus ST Intake is a bold, performance driven addition to your vehicle that will add a kick to your overall driving experience. Fitment verified for left-hand drive vehicles only.
The COBB Front Mount Intercooler (FMIC) + Hard Pipe Kit for your Focus RS is the easiest way to drastically improve power when coupled with tuning from the Accessport. Even when stock, the factory FMIC can be overwhelmed with heatsoak. Testing has proven the COBB intercooler to consistently provide up to 25% more efficient cooling compared to stock with minimal pressure drop despite the much larger core size.
The COBB Rear Motor Mount is the best way to minimize engine movement, improve traction, and reduce wheel hop without major impact to NVH. Typical bushing designs can rattle your teeth out at idle or during throttle input. The COBB RMM utilizes unique voids custom molded into the 85A durometer bushing to absorb vibrations, but still reduce engine movement to aid getting all the power to the ground.
**Also offered with a Silver Intercooler Core**
If you want to get the best overall performance from your Focus RS with simple easy to use bolt-on parts and tuning. The Stage2 package has everything you need all in one place. Plus, every part in the package is over-engineered to be ready to handle even more power with other major modifications down the road.
- Beautiful Carbon Fiber Intake + High Flow Filter
- Big 26" x 8.6" x 5" Intercooler Core + 2.5" Aluminum Hard Pipe Kit
- 85A Durometer Rear Motor Mount Bushing
- Accessport V3 including Stage2 OTS Maps ready for plug and play power