FSWERKS Stainless Steel Stealth Exhaust System - Ford Focus Coupe/Sedan 2000-2011SKU: FS022SSQ
We use 2.5" diameter mandrel bent T304 stainless steel tubing in our designs for maximum flow and horsepower. FSWerks systems come with our exclusive stainless steel high-flow straight-through design muffler and are finished off with a beautifully polished 3.5" angle cut T304 stainless steel tip. Also included are the necessary clamps and hardware to allow for an easy installation. All our stainless steel systems are backed by a 5 year limited warranty.
• Mandrel bent heavy wall T304 stainless steel construction
• Provides optimal flow
• Tig and Mig welds are used on our system
Stainless Steel Flanges and Hanger Rods
• All of our exhaust flanges are laser cut out of T304 stainless steel and our hanger rods are cut from solid bars
Angle Cut Tip
• Precision angle cut tip for agressive look
• Welded on stainless steel with etched FSWERKS logo
Optional accessories you may be interested in:
Wurth Exhaust Assembly Paste
Ford Focus SOHC SPI 2.0L 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 Sedan
Ford Focus ST Duratec 2.3L 2005 2006 2007 Sedan
Ford Focus Duratec 2.0L 2005 2006 2007 Sedan including ZX4
Ford Focus Duratec 2.0L 2008 2009 2010 2011 Coupe & Sedan
IMPORTANT : Comes with all necessary gaskets, clamps, and mounting hardware for assembly. DOES NOT require welding!
Upgraded the factory “sport tuned” exhaust on my 2009 SE Coupe (sans-lunchbox resonator from the factory) to this. I’ve driven it for a week now and it sounds great. Really brings out the undertones in the exhaust note that you can’t hear with the factory exhaust. It does drone a little bit in the cabin compared to the factory exhaust, but only when you’re on the gas. If you’re climbing a hill you’ll hear it but if you’re on flat highway or going downhill you won’t. Cruise control also seems to kill the drone somehow. Noticed a bit more midrange torque but could be the placebo effect. I am tuned and also have an intake, so it could have made a difference. I’m in the process of building a 2.5L Duratec to swap in place of my 2.0L, and part of that build is an OBX EBay header, I am hoping that doesn’t make this exhaust too loud for me. I may consider welding a sports CAT in front of the first resonator to quiet things down. But I have heard that a header with this Stealth exhaust is a nice combo. After getting used to it with the stock mani/cat, I think it could still be a little louder. I also have a small hissy exhaust leak somewhere, could be my factory flex pipe leaking or from my DIY install. I’ll fix it eventually, not knocking FSWERKS for that. All in all a good buy, and it looks freaking sweet from behind. Thanks!
Great quality Product! Definitely use lots of lube on those old rubber hangers to remove the old system.
I love this exhaust. Installed very easily. 100% straight forward with 0 fitment issues. Highly recommend this exhaust and sounds amazing.
Easy installation and in love with the sound!
Thank you Tim :-)
This went on my 2004 Focus Sedan 2.3L Duratec. Taking off the old exhaust was the hardest part; you'll need something to cut through the pipe just in front of the rear "axle" and, if you have a Duratec, the flex pipe flange has a dowel pin that needs cut off with a hacksaw and filed smooth. Apart from that, everything pops off the hangars and unbolts, and comes right out. installing the new exhaust was very easy; it took maybe thirty minutes and can be position-adjusted on the hangars. The quality of the system is flawless: the welds are astoundingly well done, the metal is smooth and perfectly machined, and it fits perfectly under the car. The sound: on startup it makes a growl, and on idle is just a background purr that sounds beautiful and is barely audible over the other noises from the engine bay Accelerating gently, it growls noticably but conversation is still completely possible, and cruising is again a quiet purr, barely audible over tire and wind noise, even at highway speeds. So it is quite subtle and unintrusive when you drive gently. You will be very aware of the difference for ten or fifteen minutes, because it's a new sound, but then you'll suddenly realize hey, you forgot about the sound completely for five minutes. When you stomp the pedal or let revs climb high, it wakes up, shakes off the robe and reveals an aggressive roar that will startle your passengers. It will let out muffled pops and burbles as it revs down, which elicit giggles from even those who don't like loud cars. "Stealth" is an excellent name for this system, and is ideal for a "sleeper style" build. The quality of the sound is excellent too; it's not a raspy fart-can abrasion like many cars out there often use. A little tip: when you have the old exhaust off, before you put the new one on, start the car and rev it a couple times. :) My only grip is that I had to cut out my bumper's exhaust opening a little bit to accommodate the very large exhaust tip, but it took no time at all and you can't even tell I did it. This is likely due to the existing cutout being very small, and the specific position I adjusted the new system to in order to keep clear of the slightly bent heat shielding under the car. Worth all $480.