FSWERKS Universal Oil Cooler Kit - Ford Focus ST / Ford Fiesta STSKU: FS089
Keep your engine oil running at a cooler, safer temperature. Reduces engine oil temps by up to +30F. Can be mounted to the radiator or AC condenser with supplied mounting zip-tie kit. Recommended for any track use or hot climate areas. This kit is (universal) and can be installed on earlier Ford Focus Zetec and Duratec cars as well.
Each kit is supplied complete with:
FSWERKS CNC machined sandwich adapter or optional Mocal thermostatic adapter
Oil cooler radiator (1.5" X 5.75" X 11")
Oil cooler mounting zip-tie kit
1/2" high quality 400psi rubber oil cooler hose
Brass barb fittings
- Stainless steel hose clamps
Notice: Not a direct fit design, it's universal which means it can be mounted in several different locations in a few different ways depending on the car and upgrades the vehicle has, does not include instructions.
Ford Focus ST 2013-2018
Ford Fiesta ST 2014-2019
so woudle this fit a 2011 ford focus lol
Hi Jesus, this kit does not fit your 2011 Focus but we do offer oil cooler kit #FS088 which is for your model year. Thank you
I was happy to find this kit because the mishimoto Is twice as much money. I found a spot that worked with the ties and preslocks provided In the limited space on the Fiesta st. I like that it fits over the stock oil cooler/ heater assembly because in colder areas the coolant actually helps to get the oil up to temperature. FSWERKS cares about getting people parts that work well on a budget. Many other companies are so overpriced when we all know that extra money can go to more car parts. Five stars for sure! Jeremy Knight
Thanks very much Jeremy :-)
I was having oil temp issues during track day events and was looking for a reasonably priced alternative to Mishimoto's oil cooler. I stumbled across this package and gave it a shot. I ultimately ended up going with the Thermostatic adapter kit due to the fact that I live in an area with cold winters. Be sure to order the right kit initially as I didn't and needed to return the standard adapter (no issues with the return). There were no installation instruction included or online so I ended up installing it twice as I was getting leaks initially due to the fact that the fittings require Teflon paste to completely seal (which I figured out after a call w/ the FSWERKS tech, who was very helpful). The second thing I would call out on the install is that there are no mounting brackets included only zip ties. Depending on your FMIC, your mounting options may be limited. I was able to come up with something that works, but a fabricated mount would have been better (would have increased costs however). After one track day I can report that there was certainly an improvement on oil temps. I was regularly running temps up towards 280 degrees (and having the boost shut off) prior to install but topped out at 262 degrees with the oil cooler installed. The ambient temps were pretty low (60 degrees) so I'll be interested to see how it performs at higher ambient temps. All in all I'm pretty satisfied with this kit.