Focus ST / Fusion 2L (2011-2017)
The Ford Focus ST and the 2.0-liter Fusion benefit from a 2.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost engine that is ready for upgrades. Full-Race offers a variety of components to enhance your EcoBoost engine. From intake systems to wastegates by Turbosmart and TiAL Sport, we’ve got you covered. Since the EcoBoost doesn’t have an removable exhaust manifold Full-Race also offers an adapter for a BorgWarner T25 EFR turbocharger that suits your horsepower requirements. Ready to take a serious step toward more horsepower? Let Full-Race help you with its Freak-O-Boost EFR turbo kit. Centered on your choice of five different EFR turbochargers, this kit raises the performance ceiling of your Focus ST or 2.0L Fusion.
American enthusiasts have always had a green eye for Europe’s “Hot Hatch” segment, longing for an American version of the sport compacts that have been available overseas but not on US soil. Although America had a Ford Escort, it was not the high-performance Escort RS Cosworth. Ford unveiled its successor to the Escort, the Focus, in 1998. Once again, the best USDM Focus was lackluster compared to the top of the line European-spec Focus RS. Finally, in late 2010, Ford released the third-generation Ford Focus. This model shared many traits with its European counterpart, including a 252 horsepower EcoBoost engine under the hood of the 2012+ Focus ST. Ford’s commitment to this segment answered the prayers of many fanatics while putting competitors on notice.
As with much of the Ford product line after 2009, the Ford Fusion line also came equipped with EcoBoost engines. The second-generation Fusion released in 2013 initially came equipped with three variants of EcoBoost engines, including a 240-horsepower variant of the 2.0-liter engine that is shared with the Focus ST. In 2017, Ford introduced the Focus Sport trim, equipped with a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine making 325 horsepower.