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Old 11-04-2003, 08:23 AM
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not to shabby, i actually like these little pieces of shit. Tight work on the exhaust too. Throw some 18's on there and lower it a little, i would get it
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i still think if the focus had all wheel drive it would be a real contender. Thesvt focus is one bad ass little car and sounds mean as hell.
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does crammer mean turbo?

looks like it has n2o.
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Is this supposed to be faster then the SVT?
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Originally posted by Reddly9007
not to shabby, i actually like these little pieces of shit. Tight work on the exhaust too. Throw some 18's on there and lower it a little, i would get it
me too, i would pick it over civic si
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Originally posted by sarlacc23
Is this supposed to be faster then the SVT?
I would sure hope so, the SVT has a basic 4cylinder engine. It basicly has suspension upgrades. Its hard to tell from that pic, but it looks like a V6 or possilbly a V8
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Folks this is the engine from the ex-Cobra. It's the V8 making about 320HP.
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I guess thats a definate YES then
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gotta love the wide rims with huge tires
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Originally posted by gavriil
Folks this is the engine from the ex-Cobra. It's the V8 making about 320HP.

Don't you mean 420HP
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Notice the rear pumpkin...
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i remember a while ago SVT put the new cobra engine in the Focus for a concept or something, maybe it was an aftermarket tuner that put it in for a fee, either way it was balls to the wall fast. that would be too cool, to pull up next to a vette in your focus and beat him up.
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wow... sick little car!!
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Originally posted by ItalianStallion
i remember a while ago SVT put the new cobra engine in the Focus for a concept or something, maybe it was an aftermarket tuner that put it in for a fee, either way it was balls to the wall fast. that would be too cool, to pull up next to a vette in your focus and beat him up.

yeah, I saw it on tv. It had a carburated v8 engine, but it had a manual tranny


Still I would definetly
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Originally posted by SilverSoCal_CL-P
Don't you mean 420HP
No I dont. I wrote EX-Cobra.
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RWD ... Nice

I guess they'd have to do that ... I still can't figure out how they fit that V8 in there. Talk about using a shoehorn
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Vehicle Specs

INFORMATION PROVIDED BY FORD

Focus RS8


Ford Racing Performance Parts (FRPP) used a sport-compact car to display the company's latest addition to an already powerful crate engine line-up – a modified Focus RS converted to rear-wheel drive and V-8 power – with the introduction of the Focus RS8 at this year's Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.

Using the European Focus RS as a starting point, FRPP worked its engineering magic to mate its new, all-alloy, 5.0-liter 4-valve "Cammer" crate engine – cranking out a pavement-pounding 420 naturally aspirated horsepower – into the engine bay of the Focus. Although a handful of aftermarket firms have successfully mated Ford V-8 power with a Focus, the RS8 was built to show the versatility of a "Cammer" crate engine and "plug-and-play" engine electronics installation in a pure stock-looking Ford Focus.

The foundation of FRPP’s hot new 5.0-liter "Cammer" crate engine is rooted in the Ford SVT Mustang Cobra 4.6-liter four-valve engine family. However, the crate motor's flanged cylinder liners help provide 94mm (instead of 90.2mm) cylinder bores, creating a full 5.0-liters of piston displacement. And while the motor employs the 2003-04 SVT Mustang Cobra "Terminator" forged crankshaft with six-bolt mains and Manley "H-Beam" connecting rods for superior strength, the block itself is specially reinforced in the crankcase web areas for high torque loads.

Other key differences include forged pistons, an 11.0:1 compression ratio, ported heads, higher-lift cams and beehive-shaped valve springs. The crate engine also features higher-flow fuel injectors and a magnesium variable-geometry intake manifold, similar to the FR500 intake manifold currently offered in the 2004 FRPP catalog.

Ford Racing's new 5.0-liter "Cammer" crate engine comes with a stock SVT Mustang Cobra oil pan and exhaust manifolds, so an exhaust system – employing Ford Racing prototype metal-substrate catalysts and a set of Ford Racing dual-mode mufflers – was custom-fabricated to put the engine heat to the street.

One of the best parts about a Ford Racing 5.0-liter "Cammer" crate engine installation is that FRPP takes a lot of the guesswork out of the project by offering a choice of several length 5.0-liter 4-valve modular wiring harness kits that are created specifically to cover the most popular engine swap configurations. What's more, harness kits – which include the powertrain control module (PCM) – provide all of the necessary electrical connectors, including end terminals, a fuse box, a power distribution box, as well as switch connectors and fuel pump relays. The 5.0L EFI "Cammer" crate engine, including the wiring harness kit, will sell for a MSRP of $14,995 and will be available from the 2004 Ford Racing Performance Parts catalog.

Completing the RS8's powertrain is a Tremec five-speed HD transmission with a Ford Racing clutch kit and Ford Racing prototype shifter.

"Some sport-compact purists will likely never escape the four-cylinder mindset that keeps tuners and owners throwing bigger and bigger bucks at smaller and smaller performance gains," said Davis. "But we would like to think our 5.0-liter "Cammer" crate-engined Focus RS8 will somehow force the kind of performance paradigm shift that took enthusiasts from big traditional Muscle Cars to smaller, modern-day Pony Cars."

One look at the RS8 would suggest that its transformation from a production front-driver into a rear-drive pocket rocket was a study in simplicity. But in reality, Ford Racing engineers had their work cut out for them from the start.

Beyond fitting the drivetrain, there was the challenge of designing new suspensions front and rear. FRPP engineers put together a prototype setup inspired by Kugel Komponents up front, and a rear unit locating a Ford Racing 8.8-inch differential while offering adjustable ride height using Multimatic dampers. The newly-designed rear-wheel drive conversion kit will be sold through the FRPP catalog.

Four-wheel discs put the brakes on 18x8-inch European RS alloy wheels, wearing Michelin Pilot Sport 225/40 ZR18 tires up front and 255/45 ZR18s in the back.
"This isn't the typical sport compact modification project, but it sure will get attention out on the streets," exclaimed Davis. "With rear-wheel drive and over 400 horsepower, the Focus RS8 will make itself known at the drag strip and any road course. We're even going to take it drifting!"

Outside, the RS8 turns heads, thanks to the handsome European Focus RS styling cues and shimmering Blue Pearl Coat exterior paint treatment. Inside, the Focus RS provided the seating while Ford Racing chipped in with its Focus A-Pillar Gauge Pod and a full complement of Ford Racing Gauges. Also installed were a Harmon/Becker Traffic-Pro, a Sirius Satellite Radio system and Infinity amps and speakers – just to make sure the tunes are powerful, too.


FORD RACING FOCUS RS8 SPECIFICATIONS

Under the hood
· Ford Racing 5.0L "Cammer" crate engine
· Ford Racing 4V modular V-8 wiring harness
Estimated performance
· 420 horsepower @ 6700 rpm
· 370 lb-ft torque @ 5000 rpm
Powertrain
· Tremec five-speed HD transmission
· Ford Racing clutch kit
· Ford Racing prototype shifter
· Ford Racing 8.8" differential, 3.73:1 ratio
· Ford Racing prototype metal substrate catalysts
· Ford Racing dual-mode mufflers
Exterior
· Focus RS (European model) body styling
· SVT Focus Blue Pearl Coat paint
Interior
· Focus RS seating
· Ford Racing A-Pillar gauge pod
· Ford Racing gauges
· Harmon/Becker Traffic-Pro
· Infinity amps and speakers
· Sirius Satellite Radio
Chassis
· Kugel Komponents inspired Ford Racing prototype front suspension
· Ford Racing prototype rear suspension
· Multimatic adjustable dampers with adjustable ride height
· RS 18 x 8-inch wheels
· Michelin Pilot Sport 225/40 ZR18 Front; 255/45 ZR18 Rear
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Originally posted by gavriil
No I dont. I wrote EX-Cobra.
Yea, but the spec you just posted shows that it is making about 420HP.

Whatever...
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Originally posted by SilverSoCal_CL-P
Yea, but the spec you just posted shows that it is making about 420HP.

Whatever...
Exactly. I did not know they enlarged it. But as you see it's not the Supercharged current Cobra engine.
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Exactly. I did not know they enlarged it. But as you see it's not the Supercharged current Cobra engine.

All I know is that is the first Focus I would ever consider getting
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420 hp!!! DAMN!!! I imagine quite a lot of wheelspin with this one though
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It's getting better. Read this:

From here:

http://www.acura-cl.com/forums/showt...hreadid=120286

Ford crates up big-bang V-8s

LAS VEGAS -- Ford Motor Co. is ready to sell a 420-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 engine to performance enthusiasts. The price: $14,995.

The 5.0-liter Cammer engine comes with the engine controller and wiring harness to make it easy to install in custom vehicles, said Dan Davis, director of Ford Racing Technologies. The engine uses the basic design of the automaker's 4.6-liter, overhead-cam V-8.

Ford highlighted the engine in a Ford Focus that had been converted to rear-wheel drive. Davis said that next year Ford plans to sell a rear-drive conversion kit for the Focus, with an expected cost of about $5,000.

Ford has developed two other variations of the Cammer engine. One replaces the fuel-injection system with four two-barrel Weber carburetors, and the other adds a supercharger to boost engine output to 600 hp. Those engines will be available next year, Davis said.
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Ford's 420bhp Focus Muscles In
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It's a Ford Focus, but not as you know it. While British motorists have to 'make do' with the 210bhp RS, here's the ultimate version of the small family car, which punches out double that! Called the RS8 because it packs a V8 engine - a first for the Focus - it boasts 420bhp fed to the back wheels.

The amazing motor is the work of the blue oval's Ford Racing division. And the RS8 stunned showgoers when it was unveiled at last week's Speciality Equipment Market Association (SEMA) exhibition in gamblers' paradise, Las Vegas, Nevada. The clever bit is that, to the untrained eye, it looks just like any other fast Focus.

Yet a closer inspection reveals a few giveaway signs of what's hidden underneath. The twin exhaust pipes exit at portals cut into the sides of the rear bumper, while a bigger cooling system can be seen through the mesh front grille. Inside, racing gauges mounted on the driver's A-pillar give up-to-the-second readings, and the beefy transmission tunnel is clearly visible.

As you'd expect of a machine that has been developed far beyond what it was originally intended for, some extensive re-engineering was needed to make all this possible. The engine bay had to be altered to physically cope with the 5.0-litre V8, but this was only after new pistons had been forged, along with a host of other minor modifications.

Next up, a bespoke exhaust system was fabricated, while the drivetrain feeds the power to the rear wheels via a five-speed racing gearbox. Finally, the development team had to create new suspension set-ups for both front and rear, so that the car could handle the massive increase in power.

The RS8 came about because bosses said they wanted to recreate the traditional V8-powered muscle car, but have it wrapped in a modern-day package. Dan Davis, director of the development team at Ford Racing, told us: "This isn't a typical sport compact modification project, but it will sure get attention out on the streets. The Focus RS8 will make itself known at the drag strip and on every road."

In America, the engine and drivetrain package will cost any interested customers nearly £9,000. On top of that, there is the additional expense of paying for the new suspension set-up. But it doesn't look like UK buyers will be getting a Focus V8 any time soon, even though sporty concepts such as the Focus Cosworth were well received here. A spokeswoman for the blue oval was lukewarm on the possibility of the RS8 coming to these shores. "Next year we will introduce the new Focus, but I just don't think there would be a market for a V8 version. The majority of people want to buy economical cars, not pay an extra £9,000 for a bigger engine," she said.
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As incredible as this is, I can't see Ford selling a 420hp focus for $15k. If this is the case, I know what my next beater car will be...
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As incredible as this is, I can't see Ford selling a 420hp focus for $15k. If this is the case, I know what my next beater car will be...
i believe the engine itself costs 15k and then youve gotta pay for install and the car itself. def more in the 30-40 range i'd imagine.
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Next Ford Focus getting a hard top?

I am reading that the new Focus will be getting a cabrio with a metal folding hard top. The car will be styled by Pinninfarina.



Source: autobild.de
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That's ghey.
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That's ghey.


its another VW Cabrio
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While the colors in the photo really aren't my thing, I find the idea of an economy HT quite interesting. The more we see technology like this in the market, the more we'll see it in the cars we like. IMHO
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While the colors in the photo really aren't my thing, I find the idea of an economy HT quite interesting. The more we see technology like this in the market, the more we'll see it in the cars we like. IMHO
Exactly!
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That no look good.
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CHICK CAR!
If I ever see a man driving this car I will kick his ass.
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CHICK CAR!
If I ever see a man driving this car I will kick his ass.
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Oh come on thats so true. You can't not say its a chick car.
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I don’t like color (kinda ghey)....but hard top on ford that’s awesome!!!! Only hard tops i know are on M&B and Lex.
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I don’t like color (kinda ghey)....but hard top on ford that’s awesome!!!! Only hard tops i know are on M&B and Lex.
and the caddy SLR roadster and the peugeot 206 cc
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and the caddy SLR roadster and the peugeot 206 cc
The first mass production hard top that I remember was the Mitsu 3000 GT VR4 Spyder. Am I right or was there another one before that?
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A Focus? No thanks, that hardtop will probably get stuck after opening up only a few times. Then we'll have yet another recall....
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