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11-04-2012 02:44 PM
roger911 hay man, i have a 2011 s and the first thing i did when i got it was a cai. i made mine but i have heard so many good things about the fswerks cool flow intake. probably the best one you can get for the money. but like i said i made mine and it does the job just fine for only like 50 bucks:) i too have a tight budget but any extra money you can save will help out alot. iv had my car for almost 2 years and i have the intake i made, the fswerks race exhaust(highly recommended) its lowered and have nice wheels and a tune. if you want some more power and noise i would get the exhaust next after a cai. the frpp lowering setup is great for the money so i hear. im actually saving for that now bc i have eibachs and their really not all that great of a ride.

And last with the wheels, seeing as how you have the ses i would plastidip them bc they look good black and it also saves you a lot of money on wheels at this point in time
11-04-2012 02:26 PM
jayhawk3325
Help with Aftermarker Parts!

Hey what's up guys...i have a silver 2008 ford focus SES. completely stock. I definitely want to do some things to it. Probably exhaust, suspension (FRPP?), and a CAI possibly. I'm also planning on getting tint. Maybe paint my rims black (plastidip?)

I'm on a pretty tight budget. Considering I've never had anything done to my car before, I thought you guys could probably help me out on what to buy. It would be greatly appreciated if you guys posted your opinions on your own parts as well! Thanks

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