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focaltech 08-19-2004 03:21 PM

For Sale: Ported and milled zetec cylinder head
I am offering this head for sale because the buyer ordered it never paid me for it.

It is fully ported on the intake and exhaust sides, more attention has been paid to the intake side as this is where the zetec head really needs help breathing. It has also been milled to raise the compression ratio to 10.8:1.

I can also install aftermarket valvetrain and shim the head to your camshafts if required.

Price is $ 550.00 shipped to the continental USA. I ship via UPS and provide a tracking # when a package has been sent.

Please contact me via PM for payment information. Serious inquiries only!

I have been doing custom zetec cylinder heads for awhile now, if you want a head built to your specifications, please contact me.

focaltech 08-20-2004 12:20 AM


focaltech 08-20-2004 05:19 PM


frogg5872 08-20-2004 05:46 PM


focaltech 08-21-2004 10:40 PM


focituner 08-23-2004 12:01 AM

Focaltech's stuff is the best.
I have been to his shop and seen the work he has done. If I could do it I would put that head in my car. Because it is a good price.

focaltech 08-24-2004 01:50 PM

Thanks chip for the nice words.

Just trying to help out the performance aspect of the focus community.

jonszx3 08-24-2004 02:02 PM

I have a supercharger, and ive been interested in a ported head, but as far as the different compression im clueless about it. ive heard i shouldnt have a raised compression. so do you do this stuff custom? and is that the norm price?


Aeris86 08-24-2004 07:53 PM

yes i as well might need a head in the later future but for an application dat'll be FI supercharger or turbocharger... so how much is it?

frogg5872 08-24-2004 09:09 PM

Wouldnt you just be able to use a thicker head gasket in order to drop the compression down? I believe you can.

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