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Old 10-15-2013, 03:36 PM   #11
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all the 4 lug focus are 4x108mm which is more uncommon, the mazda 3 has a 5x114.3mm aka 5x4.5" which is the most popular 5 lug pattern, you can do a 5 lug swap on the focus using the mazda 3 hubs but you would also need to get the mazda cv axles on the front because the outboard splines are different and the knuckle arm on the rear to mount the caliper bracket for the disc brakes other than that its a pretty simple swap, i plan on doing this to my car in the next couple months and posting a how to post on the swap as soon as i get a mazda 3 parts car, and i guess i should post on a thread on ford/mazda swaps this would be more appropriate in a new thread
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Any links to this weapon r intake manifold? Ive been looking at the cossie but I'd like to see what else is out there. Although if money isnt an option I should probably just get the cossie
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Old 10-15-2013, 10:45 PM   #13
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I managed to find it. Not bad on the pricing and it looks pretty damn cool. Only downside was it stops at 07 and says they are out of stock. So I may be screwed on this one.
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Old 10-16-2013, 09:46 AM   #14
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even though they say it fits the 07 and previous it does not, it will bolt up to any duratec focus but the weapon r intake manifold doesn't have an IACV so it wont work on any pre 07 focus only 08+, thats when the focus changed to drive by wire, you will have to do some slight mods to get the cosi to work on a drive by wire focus, if you have a 08+ focus i would be looking a the weapon r, it should bolt right up and work with no mods but a tune. i would look on ebay and amazon i have found the weapon r intake on there before for about $450-$500
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Thank you very much bro. I'm gonna look at it. I really want the cossie but I like the look of that weapon r
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http://kansascity.craigslist.org/pts/4070075193.html

Just thought i'd show you, no idea what they run new. (P.s. Not my ad.)
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no problem im here to try and help, if you have a drive by wire focus i would definetly look at the weapon r instead of the cosi, personally the cosi is wayyyy overpriced, you can get a knock off version that a company called godspeed makes off ebay for $200, its identical to the cosi it just needs to be cleaned up some before you install it (they do a poor job of cleaning the edges from the casting, but to save about $500 i think its worth it to spend some time cleaning it up) I just bought a knock off cosi 2 weeks ago and i probably spent about 4-6 hours cleaning it up to cosworth quality to be installed, just waiting on my EGR delete kit, oil catch can for PCV, Header, and wideband A/F gauge before i put it on the car, will probably get installed in the next 2 to 3 weeks
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I think I'm gonna just go with the weapon r. I already have the header, egr delete and I'm getting a wideband here very shortly. So I should be good to go. Also gonna have my tb bored from 55mm to 63mm. With all of that I should be sitting nice and pretty. I'd be happy if I really got that advertised 15-30 horsepower
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Are they talking 15-30hp from just the intake? Maybe on a turbo application but NA might be a stretch unless the OEM stuff is that restrictive.
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They claim more on turbo applications. That factory intake manifold does look pretty damn restrictive. I think its an accurate power gain if you have supporting mods, which I have. If it were your only mod then maybe not so much.
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