Set of MGP Brake Caliper Covers with an ST Logo for all 2013-2014 Focus STs.
One of the easiest ways to add some style to your 2013 or 2014 Focus ST is with a set of MGP's all new brake caliper covers featuring a powder coated finish and an engraved ST logo. MGP created their 4-piece set of caliper covers to give your Focus ST that big brake look without breaking the bank on aftermarket brake calipers. Each caliper cover from MGP is TIG welded and hydraulically formed from premium quality 6061-T6 aerospace aluminum for long lasting durability.
These custom brake caliper cover sets are available in Black with a Red ST logo, Matte Black with a Red ST logo and Red with a Black ST logo. The ST logo is high-speed engraved on both the front and rear caliper covers.
- Driver Side Front Caliper Cover
- Passenger Side Front Caliper Cover
- Driver Side Rear Caliper Cover
- Passenger Side Rear Caliper Cover
Features and Benefits:
- Big brake look drastically enhances wheel appearance
- Cheaper alternative to aftermarket brake kits
- Large caliper cover design helps reduce brake dust
- Reduces caliper heat and brake fade
- Simple 10-minute installation with a patented fastening system
- No permanent modifications for easy removal when necessary
MGP's unique brake caliper covers are designed to hide your stock brake calipers and provide a much cleaner look than using cheap caliper paint and also a cheaper alternative to buying expensive aftermarket brake calipers. Installation is super easy since the covers do not require any tape, glue, paint or special tools. Simply attach the covers to your 2013-2014 Focus ST's factory calipers using MGP's innovative fastening system. When you want to remove the caliper covers for cleaning, just remove the clips; it's that easy!
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These MGP caliper covers are going to give our Focus ST that big caliper look without the big caliper cost. It comes with a set of four with the engraved rivets as well as the engraved ST logo, available in your choice of red, black or satin finish.
We’ll start the installation by removing the wheels. The caliper covers come with all necessary mounting hardware. They’re pretty easy to install, too. Basically what you do is you just sit it over your factory caliper and you get it centered, and they provide these clips. Clip those under the caliper, between the caliper and the rotor. Just slide that into place onto the stud. We’ll do the same thing on the bottom and tighten them down. Make sure they’re both tight up onto the studs. Make sure you don’t over tighten these. Just get them as snug as you can and pull the stud out.
Now we want to repeat the process on the passenger’s side and then move onto the rear. The rear hardware fits a little bit different. You want to start by removing the nut and washer from the supplied bracket, and the bracket’s going to clip onto the caliper right here. It’s the same thing with the bottom. Slide the new caliper cover on and reinstall the hardware. And again, repeat the process on the other side.
Included with all the MGP caliper covers is a piece of paper. It looks like it’s scrap paper but what it’s actually designed to is to work as a feeler gauge just to make sure that the brackets installed on the calipers aren’t going to touch the rotors. You’ll want to check all four before you put the wheels back on. Make sure it slides in through without touching. They’re good, we’ll check the fronts. We’ll do the same check with the front. Do it there, also good there.
We’ll reinstall the wheels and your installation is finished. Our MGP caliper covers give our Focus that big break look without the big brake price tag. Besides getting the car off the ground and getting the wheels off, the only tool needed for installation is going to be a 3/8 ratchet. Install should only take you around an hour and you should be back on the road in no time.