Triple R Composites Front Splitter - Ford Focus ST 2013-2014SKU: TRSPLTR1
Transform the appearance of your car with the Triple R Composites lower front lip spoiler for the Ford Focus ST. These are made of fiberglass and come in a black finish. Hardware is included. Installation consists of drilling several small holes underneath the front bumper. Takes about 1 hour for installation. Made in England.
Note: Fiberglass spoilers have a black coating but are not considered show quality, they are intended to be coated with a final paint for the perfect look.
However the majority of customers simply bolt them on and use them as is.
Triple R Composites Front Splitter- Ford Focus ST 2013-14
There are a few cheap looking front splitters out there for the 2013-14 Focus ST and this is NOT one of them. Classic example of you get what you pay for. This is a high quality part with great fit and finish. The black gel coat finish looks great and contrasts my Performance Blue paint nicely. Install was fairly simple, I used a jack stand to support the opposite side of the first side I fastened and was able to install on my own in about an hour. Just pay attention to make sure the end is flush with the wheel wells on both sides. Wait to tighten down all the supplied fasteners until you're satisfied with the way it looks. I've been running with mine on for a few weeks and had some light scrapes to the underside when pulling out of driveways, but it's held up well with no visible evidence so far. Overall great product that adds just the right amount of aggression to the bubbly front end of the Focus St.
Huge box came to my door... was so happy :) Then about an hour and a half later and a pizza and beer had it installed... Fairly easy... just spend your time aligning everything up and having the car high enough to get under to work. It had the holes predrilled so made it easy to see how it went on. Nice and rigid, good quality... Just going to keep mine unpainted. Has a nice gelcoat finish. Just have to be more cautious around driveways etc if your car is too low. Mine is stock currently so not that much of an issue. Thanks FSWERKS! You rock