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as far as I know, the cossie/CFM/etc are all cable operated. Ford switched the american focus to an electric throttlebody in 2008 and there are no aftermarket units out yet. I think youre out of luck for now unfortunately
 

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There are no aftermarket electric TBs as of yet.
 

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If that's true (it seems to me that it is), I can't either fit cossie intake manifold right?

There,are two types of cossie intake i founded
http://www.cosworth.com/popup.php?url=dXBsb2Fkcy8xMTIwNTgzODU2NDUwLmpwZw==

and this http://www.european-parts.net/catalog/popup_image.php?pID=562
They are completly different, and if european parts offers this intake manifold and this TB in the same group for the same car, than this manifold might fit, right?But how is fitting solved on this european parts manifold? maybe cossie TB may fitt? So complicated

Here is list of engine tuning parts for ford focus mk2 http://www.european-parts.net/catalog/index.php?cPath=58_82_102

And here is again this first type of manifold which is actually for duratec 2.3...How did they fitted it? and why didn't they use the one from european parts...In this from european parts you can se thru the thrumpets, and in this another you can't, so they are visibly different...
 

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nah those ims are the same, just a different view. The first one you just can't see the trumpets. As it's not an american car I have no idea about fitment. The cosworth tb is mechanical though, wouldn't work without quite a bit of modification to the point of it not being worth it.
 
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