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New Milltek 2013 Ford Focus ST Exhaust - Coming Soon

Ezekiel Wheeler
Dec 20, 2012
Eurp 1212 01 o ford focus st superchips Photo 1/1   |   New Milltek 2013 Ford Focus ST Exhaust - Coming Soon

The Ford Focus ST is aimed squarely at taking some of the thunder away from the VW GTI. Even the aftermarket is responding well to the new American hot-hatch.

Technical Partner for Volkswagen Racing, Milltek Sport debuted their latest cat-back exhaust system for the new Ford Focus ST. Having gained access to one of the first cars off the assembly line, Milltek has poured countless R&D hours into maximizing exhaust gas efficiency, sound and most of all power gain.

Constructed from 3" non-magnetic stainless-steel, the precision mandrel bent system ensures perfectly even pipe diameter from the catalytic converter to the 4" tips - which are available in black, polished or titanium finishes.

Proving that performance doesn't have to be illegal, Milltek offers a EC-compliant 'Euro 5' 200-cell sports catalyst. This makes the system legal in nearly any part of Europe and especially in the toughest emissions state in the US, California. It even meets many race tracks with decibel requirements.

We checked with local Milltek Sport dealers to see when it could be hitting US Shores. Turns out you can get your hands on it sometime in late January, but be sure to pre-order. Looks like it will be a tough one to find on the shelf.

www.Millteksport.com

By Ezekiel Wheeler
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