Roush Performance offers a whole raft of parts for folks looking to tune their Ford Mustang and F-150 models, and now Focus owners can start getting in on the hotted-up action, too. Owners of the 2012-13 Focus and 2013 Focus ST can now get a Roush cold-air intake system, and ST owners can also opt for a high-performance cat-back exhaust.

Although all of these components are now available for order, the parts will ship sometime in July; no word yet on pricing. Down the road, Roush will also offer styling upgrades for the Focus as well as performance tuning upgrades such as engine controller, suspension, wheels and tires. Scroll down for a quick video of what the Focus ST exhaust sounds like, as well as a Roush press release.


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ROUSH Performance Sets FOCUS On The Sport Compact Market

(Plymouth, MI) May 23rd, 2013 – ROUSH Performance is excited to announce its re-entry into the small car market with some exiting new products for the 2012 and newer Ford Focus and Focus ST models. Due to an overwhelming demand for ROUSH components for the small car segment, our engineer team started with what they know best – powertrain. Our introductory products will focus on cold air intakes and exhausts for the 2012 and newer Ford Focus, including the new 2013 EcoBoost Focus ST model.

2013 Focus ST
-421609 ROUSH Focus ST Cold Air Intake Kit
-421610 ROUSH Focus ST Cat-Back High Performance Exhaust System

2012-2013 Focus
-421642 ROUSH Focus (Non-ST) Cold Air Intake Kit

ROUSH Performance is also currently developing additional products for the Focus including PCM
calibration upgrades, suspension components, wheel and tire packages as well as interior and
exterior accessories. "We are very excited about expanding into this market segment." States Tim Wheeler, VP of Sales and Marketing at ROUSH Performance. "We are dedicated to developing quality parts to support a variety of the performance minded automotive lifestyles and with the rapidly growing sport compact segment, the Ford Focus is a natural fit for ROUSH Performance."

All of the ROUSH Performance Ford Focus parts listed above are available for immediate PRE-SALE with orders expected to ship in early-mid July. Orders can be placed through our sales department at 800-59-ROUSH option #2 or via email at: rppsales@roush.com.

Based in Plymouth, Mich., "The Art of Performance Engineering" takes place at ROUSH Performance. To get a look behind the scenes at what goes on at ROUSH and how the vehicles are designed, manufactured and produced logon to http://www.youtube.com/roushperformance/. For more information see your local ROUSH® dealer, visit www.ROUSHperformance.com or telephone toll-free (800) 59-ROUSH. Follow us on Twitter at https://www.twitter.com/_roush_ or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/ROUSHperformance.


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      methos1999
      • 1 Year Ago
      uh huh... now how much more will the roush products cost over the competitor's cold air intake and cat-back exhaust?
      CarCrazy24
      • 1 Year Ago
      That is a great sounding exhausts, hopefully it doesn't drone at highway speeds.
      Andrew Ramos
      • 1 Year Ago
      How about a differential that doesn't rely on the brakes to stop a one-tire-fire?
      Jay
      • 1 Year Ago
      I'm not sure I would call Roush making a cold air intake and exhaust "Getting back in the business".
      Jmaister
      • 1 Year Ago
      yeh, no st for me. atleast the speed3 one could find something that make it sound like wrx.
        jtav2002
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jmaister
        I wasn't aware that there was a boxer engine mod for the Speed3. Nothing sounds like a boxer engine with unequal length headers. That's what gives it that unique sound. If your argument is you wouldn't want an ST because you can't make it sound like a WRX like you can with a Speed3 you should probably just stop speaking.
        Gorgenapper
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jmaister
        So...the sound of a car is a major factor in deciding whether to buy one or not? I would have thought it'd be more tangible things... like handling, power delivery, etc.
      PiCASSO
      • 1 Year Ago
      So surprise... before Ford Focus was a joke... now it's a much better product that people want.
      • 1 Year Ago
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        TrueDat
        • 1 Year Ago
        have you driven the stock ST? read reviews? the braking-based LSD in that car actually works really well.. there is little to no understeer.
          Gorgenapper
          • 1 Year Ago
          @TrueDat
          @Jeff This is in direct contradiction with what Carlos Lago found during his comparison with the MS3, which goes to show that you cannot ever really 100% trust any car review from a major publication.
      Brodz
      • 1 Year Ago
      Sounds really nice. Would like to see something better from Shelby
      ImpulseGTO
      • 1 Year Ago
      Isn't that cute
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