The Blue Oval has made some great cars lately, and the Focus ST was one of my favorites for quite some time now. It's an electric car, so the power output isn't nearly as important as it would be in a gas powered vehicle, but with a little work you can turn it into a car you can drive in style. With a little bit of planning, you can do just that.
The main thing to remember when designing your vehicle is the size. While size does matter, it's not nearly as important as it is when building a smaller car. If your goal is to build a small and compact car, then make sure your chosen engine is a mid-range powerplant. If your aim is to have a super car with everything you need, then go for high power.
There are a lot of small engines out there for your Focus, including the Honda Civic and the Toyota Prius. These aren't as powerful as the others, but they are certainly capable of doing some decent damage to a person. Go for the Honda Civic engine if your goal is to use as little electricity as possible.
Once you've decided on the engine and size of your car, you have to decide what type of bodywork you want. The majority of Focus ST's come standard with a standard front bumper, a standard roof, a standard rear bumper, and a tailgate. If you're building a stock, performance model, then consider cutting out these pieces and replacing them with more aggressive parts that will make the car stand out.
Next, you need to decide whether you're going to use stock wheels or some kind of aftermarket style. While some people prefer stock, others are more comfortable with the wheels that were installed. If you plan on doing a lot of track work with your Focus, then you might want to get some wheels to match your car.
The next thing to think about is how many fenders you'll have on your car. Some cars only need one, while others need two. If you need one, then you may want to choose a larger style and install a full spoiler to keep the front end clean. If you need two fenders, then you can either get a diffuser on the car and mount to one side of the engine, or get a rear diffuser on both sides. This will give you more front body room on the front and back of the car.
Another important part is the trunk. If you're installing a full exhaust system, make sure you get a system that has plenty of room for exhaust fans. Many people prefer to get a twin exhaust system so that they can have two sets of fans instead of one. A lot of people prefer to get the full exhaust system so they can install a sound system as well.
Lastly, think about getting an upgrade on the interior of your car. While it's really unnecessary and really cheap to change the interior, it really doesn't make any sense to spend money on a nice paint job if you can buy a nice looking car with a cheaper paint job. You don't have to buy a new car to upgrade your interior though, since just about any car can look nice with a paint job.
Finally, look into a car stereo system and some lights. These will make your Focus a lot more fun to drive. You can get a stereo system with CD players, blu-tack-up speakers, CD changer, iPod docking, a factory radio, or one with subwoofers and a satellite radio.
These are some basic upgrades that you can do on your Focus. You can always add more things as you go and find the ones that suit your style and lifestyle best.
Hopefully this guide has helped you get a better feel for what you need to do if you want to do some serious modifications on your Focus. Don't forget to check out our website to see all the latest information.
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