COBB Front Mount Intercooler V2 Focus ST - WITH FLASH TUNE

$1,095.00USD

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Stratified Notes:

One of the first hard part modifications you should do to your Focus ST (after the COBB AP for tuning) is to replace the intercooler. The OEM intercooler has a small core which begins to heatsoak very quickly on tuned car. This cascades into poor performance as well as a risk to reliability especially if the car is driven hard or on track. The charge pipes are included, but note that the charge pipes don't include an external BOV flange which is needed if you're planning a Garrett big turbo upgrade

To ensure you get the most from your new intercooler we include a $50 credit towards a Stratified Flash Tune with this purchase.

Description

The COBB Front Mount Intercooler (FMIC) for your Focus ST 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. By using a 57% larger core with streamlined piping, your Focus ST will come alive with charge air thats up to 100 DEGREES COOLER. After removing the grill shutters and drilling 2 simple holes, this FMIC requires no other modification for an easy installation with the included custom silicone adapters. Off the shelf maps are available for the Ford Focus ST Accessport so it's tuned right out of the box!!

Why?

The COBB Ford Focus ST FMIC is the single best bolt-on modification for the platform, allowing for much cooler intake temps and dramatic power increases when tuned with an Accessport.

Features
  • Cast Endtanks
  • 24"x8"x3.5" Core
  • 4-ply Black Silicone Couplers
  • 2.5" Mandrel Bent Aluminum Tubing
  • Works with Factory Bumper Beam
 
 
 

**If order needs to be shipped outside of the USA, additional shipping charges will be calculated and added after the purchase**
 

 

 

 


  • Model: Mk3_FoST_792500
  • Shipping Weight: 17kgs
  • 10 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Friday 29 May, 2015.