Increased 2013 Ford Focus ST performance parts

One of the best things about owning a hot-hatch is the aftermarket parts that you can get to make you car more individual, and one of the cars that has benefited well from this in the past is the sportier versions of the Ford Focus.

What about the new model? You’ll be pleased to learn that there will soon be 2013 Ford Focus ST performance parts made available from Roush Performance, who as you know is more known for providing tuning parts for the Ford Mustang and the F-150. It seems as though they are about to expend their inventory by providing aftermarket parts for the 2012-13 Ford Focus, as well as the 2013 model.

The 2013 Ford Focus ST aftermarket parts are introductory options from Roush so far, and only have a ROUSH Focus ST Cold Air Intake Kit and ROUSH Focus ST Cat-Back High Performance Exhaust System once they become.

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However, they are already working on expanding these ROUSH 2013 Ford Focus ST performance parts, such as suspension components, calibration upgrades, wheels and tires, and also exterior accessories.

As yet these aftermarket parts are not available to purchase, although if you contact Roush performance on 800-59-ROUSH or, then you can pre-order your parts ready for when they will be shipped to you by mid-July.

If you are unable to wait that long and are eager to upgrade your 2013 Ford Focus ST sooner, then you could try the Focusstshop, where they have a pretty decent rage of performance parts. However, you need to view the website with a budget in mind, as one upgrade will cost you $3,000.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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