Supplier offers a selection of chassis and induction parts for super-hatch; total kit costs £2017

A new performance kit for the Ford Focus RS has been launched by parts supplier Euro Car Parts, which combines a seclection of cherry picked aftermarket parts.

Comprised of induction, exhaust and chassis components already available from individual suppliers, the kits parts add focus to the RS and cost £2017 in total.

The parts can also be ordered individually, with highlights including H&R 20mm lowering springs that stiffen up the ride, font and rear adjustable anti-boll bars that enable owners to tweak the balance of the chassis and and wheel spacers, which are 15-20mm thick to widen the car's track.

Additionally, Milltek and Scorpion exhausts are available in several styles to free up exhaust gas flow and increase noise. K&N air filters are are said to do the same for induction.

Unlike the kits offered by Mountune, the Euro Car Parts upgrades aren’t covered under Ford’s manufacturer warranty.

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30 January 2017
probably not covered by ECP warranty either (if they get them right when ordered of course)

30 January 2017
Shouldn't the 'headline' for this advert be "Car Parts Supplier Supplies Car Parts"?

This place just gets more and more weird.

30 January 2017
Shouldn't the 'headline' for this advert be "Car Parts Supplier Supplies Car Parts"?

This place just gets more and more weird.

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Ford Focus RS

Is Ford’s new AWD mega-hatch Focus RS as special as we first thought? And can it beat off stiff competition from the Volkswagen Golf R and Mercedes-AMG A45?

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