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Mountune Shows Off New Ford Focus RS Boost Hoses: Video

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Although the all-new, all-wheel drive Ford Focus RS has yet to start making its way to dealers in the United States, tuning firm Mountune Performance is on top of things, having already launched a line of performance modifications for the road-legal rally machine.

A recent video press release from the company shows off its new Ford Focus RS Mk 3 boost hoses, which can be installed as an upgrade from the factory setup. They feature spiraled stainless-steel wire reinforcements to prevent distortion even when boost is at its highest, and are made of 3-ply, flame-resistant Nomex woven fiber, capable of resisting temperatures up to 250°C (482°F).

Mountune’s high-performance boost hoses for the new Ford Focus RS can be ordered in any of three colors: blue, gray, or black with yellow bores. Best of all, they are fully compatible with both the factory intercooler, and Mountune’s available upgrade unit. Pricing stands at $315 shipped.

According to our most recent intel, the new, 2016 Ford Focus RS should arrive in the US sometime in June. Why not have a well-constructed upgrade kit already waiting when yours arrives?

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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