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Focus ST EWG (External Wastegate) - Does Your Big Turbo Need It?

Ford Focus ST / Turbocharger / upgrades / Car Parts / Aftermarket

Focus ST EWG (External Wastegate) - Does Your Big Turbo Need It?

By: JP Alonso / February 15th, 2024

When ATP Turbo first released their Garrett based bolt-on turbo kits back in 2013-ish for the Ford Focus ST, they started by including a port in the turbine housing casting that allowed the user to add an external wastegate (from now on, we'll refer to it as EWG). If you don't know by now, this is pretty awesome. Here's a little bit about why, along with some information about if it's a good option for you and your big turbo Focus ST.

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Skunk 2 Intake Manifold for 10th Gen Civic Si - INSTALL & REVIEW

10th Gen Honda Civic

Skunk 2 Intake Manifold for 10th Gen Civic Si - INSTALL & REVIEW

By: JP Alonso / January 31st, 2024

Intake manifolds seem to be a far less popular mod than...almost everything else. Especially on the 10th Gen Honda Civic Si or any 1.5T, it's not necessarily the first modification that comes to mind when you think of your next modification once you've got all the bolt-ons. And for those that go big turbo, it's still far from a 1:1 ratio of big turbo cars getting manifolds.

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Cobb Launches Honda Support

2017 Honda Civic Si / 10th Gen Honda Civic / dyno tuning / Cobb

Cobb Launches Honda Support

By: JP Alonso / December 17th, 2023

Cobb Tuning is good at keeping secrets, I guess. A couple weeks before their official release, they teased us with the good ol' coming soon post with a picture of a 10th Gen Civic Type R. It appears almost nobody knew about it. Usually, we hear things here and there that excite us and we get to watch it unfold. But we didn't see this coming, I'm not sure many did. Cobb getting (back) into Honda is pretty cool.

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Focus ST Intake Systems - Which is best?

Ford Focus ST / Intake

Focus ST Intake Systems - Which is best?

By: JP Alonso / December 1st, 2023

Intake upgrades typically happen early on in the modification process and for good reason. They're easy to put on, they give the engine bay a better appearance, and they free up airflow, creating more power and torque. Not to mention, they expose some of those "turbo noises" we all love. But there are so many of them out there. Which is the best? Should you get a cold air intake? Does it actually give you any more power? Here are some answers that might help you select the right one.

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Radium's Line of Focus ST/RS Parts - How it Fits into Your Build

Performance Parts / Car Parts / High Performance / Oil Catch Can

Radium's Line of Focus ST/RS Parts - How it Fits into Your Build

By: JP Alonso / November 29th, 2023

One of our favorite brands to discuss with customers is Radium Engineering. If there is a brand that hits the nail on the head with every product release, it's Radium. If they make a part for your car, it has a good chance of being the best version on the market. Function and form seem to be loosely used terms in the aftermarket performance world. With Radium Engineering, they set the bar for what it should mean. The words elegant, useful, and drool-worthy all ring true with every part they pump out. When it comes to the Ford Focus ST and Focus RS, here's what Radium has to offer and our take on how it can help your build be a success.

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The Path To 300whp In Your Focus ST

Garrett Powermax / upgrades / Focus ST / Performance Parts

The Path To 300whp In Your Focus ST

By: JP Alonso / November 28th, 2023

300whp in a well balanced, 3,200 pound, front-wheel drive hatchback is underrated. Don't get me wrong, 400 is better if you're....me, or anyone else like me. But 300whp is nothing to shake a stick at. That's good enough to take down many other $40k-50k range performance cars while paying a fraction of the price and being able to comfortably take 3 or 4 kids to school (not while you're taking down the other car, of course). With the Focus ST, it's relatively easy to get there.

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