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Old 10-26-2012, 10:37 AM   #1
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2001 Focus Wagon (CD Silver + Black)

Hey guys,

New to the forum, and to the focus game. I got a wagon on a trade, and I absolutely love. I just wish it was a 5 speed. I got it completely stock, and have just started doing some minor mods to it.

I'll update the pics as I get more, here's what I have so far!












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Old 10-26-2012, 11:05 AM   #2
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looks nice. any mods planned? the wagons looks pretty good dropped.
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Old 10-26-2012, 11:11 AM   #3
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Definetly drop it! :D Looks good what you have done so far. Oh and welcome to Focus Fanatics!
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thanks! i'm in the market for an intake, just trying to figure out which one to get, without spending too much. I do really want to drop it, but I do a lot of outdoor adventure stuff, kayaking, biking, etc, and might just go for a mild drop with some mudflaps since I find myself in rough conditions a lot from time to time. also looking for a wing for this thing if anyone knows where to get one?
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an svt suspension would drop it .5" and it would still looks good. as for a wing, i'm not too sure if they make them for the wagon.. there's plenty of wings for the hatchbacks, but IIRC the shape is different from the wagon. i might be willing to sell you a short ram intake:) it changes the exhaust tone. speaking of exhaust tones, you can cut off the rear resonator and flex pipe it for a little louder tone.
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an svt suspension would drop it .5" and it would still looks good. as for a wing, i'm not too sure if they make them for the wagon.. there's plenty of wings for the hatchbacks, but IIRC the shape is different from the wagon. i might be willing to sell you a short ram intake:) it changes the exhaust tone. speaking of exhaust tones, you can cut off the rear resonator and flex pipe it for a little louder tone.
I actually just had the middle resonator cut out yesterday and I'm not too happy with the sound, maybe the rear one would have been a better choice?? I'm looking to put a Flowmaster 40 series on there, just not sure the exact specs I need yet. How much for the intake? (if you're willing lol)
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well cutting the middle muffler out won't sound as great with the rear desonator IMO. i would say cut off the res and flex pipe it, especially if you plan on getting a flowmaster soon.

o yeah, i'll pm you about the intake
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great thanks man...so i should be ok just removing the rear muffler and throwing the flowmaster back there right? where the resonator was is now just straight pipe with a few bends in it. anyone ever get mudflaps for their focus?
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an svt suspension would drop it .5" and it would still looks good. as for a wing, i'm not too sure if they make them for the wagon.. there's plenty of wings for the hatchbacks, but IIRC the shape is different from the wagon. i might be willing to sell you a short ram intake:) it changes the exhaust tone. speaking of exhaust tones, you can cut off the rear resonator and flex pipe it for a little louder tone.
Only the front SVT suspension will fit, the wagon uses a different rear setup, which is kinda hard to find.

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What motor is in it? IIRC some wagons came with an SPI
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