Graham Goode Racing announces Ford Focus ST power kit

Josh Bennis

If you’re not happy with the amount of power your Ford Focus ST is punching out, you might need to take a look at the tuning package on offer from Graham Goode Racing.

Ford Focus ST Graham Goode Racing

Called the GGR ST300 kit, the package adds a new GGR cold air induction system (available in carbon fibre or polyester weave), a new high-flow sports catalyst exhaust downpipe, and a bespoke Superchips bluefin ECU remap.

After fitting the kit, power is lifted to 221kW and 494Nm. In standard form, the ST produces 184kW and 340Nm from its  2.0-litre EcoBoost turbo four-cylinder.

Graham Goode Racing says that its kit is “designed for the fast Ford enthusiast seeking a more stimulating drive from their hot Focus”, and that it’s “equally at home both on the street and the circuit”. Commenting about the performance kit, GGR CEO Graham Goode said,

“With the earliest Focus ST 2.0T models about to fall out of their three-year manufacturer’s warranty period this is the ideal time for GGR to launch this upgrade, which offers Ford enthusiasts more of a choice of quality tuning options than ever before.”

The Ford Focus ST MKII is currently on sale in Australia from $38,290. Prices for the kit start from £1336 (approximately AU$2600). For more information head over to the Graham Goode Racing website.

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