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    Focus RS Brembo Brake for a ST?

    Hi,
    I could get you the brembo braking system for the current RS quite "cheap".
    Does anybody know by chance, if the plug & play is suitable for Focus ST MK3, build year 2014?
    Best, Daniel

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    Ford racing sells the rs brakes as an "upgrade" for the st:

    https://performanceparts.ford.com/part/M-2300-W

    However, I cannot say if there are any special parts that come with that kit.

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    Just me or does that seem really cheap for $1600?

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    Frankenbrake rear brakes are probably a better upgrade, but the RS front brakes would be nice, except for needed different wheels or spacers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmad32 View Post
    Frankenbrake rear brakes are probably a better upgrade, but the RS front brakes would be nice, except for needed different wheels or spacers.

    Dan
    Note: Requires Ford Performance 2016 Focus RS wheel M-1007-R198GB or equivalent for caliper clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmad32 View Post
    Frankenbrake rear brakes are probably a better upgrade, but the RS front brakes would be nice, except for needed different wheels or spacers.

    Dan
    Not to mention they're RS Blue. Would probably look good with TB, IS, or OW, but not so much with TS or RR imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plinky View Post
    Not to mention they're RS Blue. Would probably look good with TB, IS, or OW, but not so much with TS or RR imo.
    Powder coat fixes that "problem" quickly
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbaldwin86 View Post
    Powder coat fixes that "problem" quickly
    If you like doing the extra work I guess. They are cheap for Brembo brakes, but I still think a color choice would be in order for $1600, especially if you have to buy wheels & tires on top of that.

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    Plus the cost of the wheels for clearance? Not so "cheap" anymore.


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