Add 11 + Horsepower to Ford Focus with K&N's 57-Series FIPK
Ford's smallest car was revamped in 2005, for more power and new styling outside
and in. The 2005 Focus packs a little more power than the 2004.
K&N Engineering has designed a new Generation II 57-Series Fuel Injection
Performance Kit (57-2559)
that will add power to the 2005 Ford Focus 2.3L and 2005 Ford Focus 2.0L excluding the PZEV models.
Air Intake for the 2005 Ford Focus
Dyno-testing revealed that this K&N FIPK (57-2559)
added 11.85 horsepower at 5797 RPM. By replacing the restrictive factory airbox
your engine will get more air with less restriction. More air means more usable
power and acceleration throughout the engines RPM range. "We put the FIPK toward
the front of the car," said K&N Performance Kit Manger Bert Heck. "We had to
mold the tube and tune it to the vehicle for the power gain."
K&N began with one of its famous Extreme Top High-Flow Air Filters (RX-4990).
The Air Filter can be washed and re-oiled with a K&N cleaning kit.
The K&N filter attaches to an aerodynamically designed intake tube that's made
of polyethylene. "The tube was designed to keep the cool air on the intake
side," said Heck. "The power gain is really good considering the size of the
Installation is easily completed for the FIPK
in 90 minutes or less with simple hand tools. No drilling is required, and the
57-Series includes illustrated instructions as well as all the necessary
mounting hardware. It also comes with K&N's famous Million Mile Limited
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