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Loder1899 tunes the Ford Focus RS to 345Hp

Submitted by on October 27, 2009 – 11:52 pmOne Comment


If you ask anyone which vehicle they consider to be the hottest hatch available , they will more than likely answer with “The Ford Focus RS”.

The RS has huge amounts of torque driving through its front wheels, but the German tuners at Loder1899 didn’t think it was all that HOT and decided to beef it up a little more.

Already the most powerful hot-hatch in its class, the Ford Focus RS rules the twisties with its 2.5 liter, turbocharged 5-cylinder engine pushing out 300 bhp. Loder1899 has taken it a step further and bolted on an extra 45 horses – taking the power to 345Hp.

Loder1899 also provides a new stainless-steel exhaust system, in a Y-pipe form and fitted with a silencer, that deepen the sound of the already rumbling production RS. According to Loder1899, the new exhaust system alone adds 20 horses to the RS’s performance. A new air filter and other fidgeting account for the rest.

To round things off nicely,  suspension is lowered by 35 mm and Loder1899’s very own 20-inch “Vertigo Viginti” wheels are also included with the package.
Source: Loder1899

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