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Hey everyone
I just bought a white 2016 Ford Focus st a couple weeks ago and I was looking for a couple ideas on a few upgrades. I was looking at mudflaps first and I was seeing what other people have and other people experiences with certain brands. Also any other suggestions on upgrades would be awesome thanks.
 

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Welcome to the OW ST family! But most importantly, welcome to the ST community and congrats on your purchase! Heavier Shift Knob.... RokBlokz/RallyArmour..... Shorter Antenna..... BOV/BPV.... Shortshift Arm/Plate.... Emblem overlays.... LED interior lighting.... Wind Deflectors.... etc. Not sure how far you wanna go, as I have not done much to my car coz of warranty risks that I am not willing to take....
 

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Hey everyone
I just bought a white 2016 Ford Focus st a couple weeks ago and I was looking for a couple ideas on a few upgrades. I was looking at mudflaps first and I was seeing what other people have and other people experiences with certain brands. Also any other suggestions on upgrades would be awesome thanks.
That makes two of us! OW '16 ? Got it three weeks ago and gathered so much intel from this site!

Here's a list of what i did/i'm doing:

Tinted Windows
Smoked-painted Headlights, Tailights, Third Brake Light
Rally Armour Mud Flaps
ST & Ford Emblem overlays
Mountune Sound Symposer Delete
Boomba BOV
Cobb Rear Motor Mount
Boomba Shift Plate + Short Throw Shifter
Injen Intake(AEM DryAir Filter)

Down the road i will upgrade/add the
Cobb AP
Intercooler
ATB Qualife LSD
Lighter Exhaust

Just keep researching your stuff bro, google and youtube, understand the physics of anything and everything your upgrading!
 

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If you like the Rally Armor flaps but want to save some cash get the RokBlokz they are totally comparable, and mount pretty sturdily even without the metal bracket the Rally Armors come with that the RokBlokz don't.

The Rokblokz use three factory mounting holes for the mudflaps so they are pretty easy to installed. You just have to remove two factory metal screw retainers for the bigger ones for the Rokblokz screws. Installing all four took me less than two hours to install in my driveway moving the jack and taking each wheel off one at a time for the rears, got the fronts on just turning the wheel to either side.
 
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