Street Scene Equipment Carbon Fiber Front Chin Spoiler for all 2013-2014 Focus STs.
Add a more aggressive look to the front clip of your Focus ST and pick up this new Carbon Fiber Front Chin Spoiler from Street Scene Equipment! This is the same chin spoiler used on Tanner Foust’s completely custom Focus ST! This carbon fiber chin spoiler attaches with ease below your factory bumper, and includes all necessary mounting hardware!
Front Chin Spoiler Features and Benefits:
- Adds Aggressive Styling
- Carbon Fiber Construction for Maximum Durability and Sleek Looks
- Same Front Splitter Used on the Tanner Foust Focus ST
- Designed Specifically for the 2013-2014 Focus ST Front Bumper
- Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware and Instructions
- Easy and Straight-Forward Installation
This Front Chin Spoiler from Street Scene Equipment is made from Carbon Fiber, a very durable and sleek material. Due to its reliable construction, this chin spoiler will stand up to the elements and look good no matter what kind of weather is thrown its way. The included splitter supports are intended to not only give your ST that aggressive track-styling, but even hold the splitter in place at high speeds for additional downforce.
Front Chin Spoiler Includes:
- Carbon Fiber Front Chin Spoiler
- Pair of Splitter Supports
- All Necessary Hardware for Installation
- Detailed Installation Instructions
The best part about this chin spoiler is the fact that everything is included for an easy installation. This should make fitting this new chin spoiler on your 2013-2014 Focus ST’s front bumper an absolute breeze! No additional equipment or hardware is required!
*Will ONLY fit Focus ST models.
*Made from fiberglass overlay with hand laid carbon fiber overlay.
*This Chin Spoiler can be installed with or without the supplied splitter support struts.
To easily give your Focus ST a look that will make you stand out above the rest, make the easy decision and choose to upgrade your Focus' front end with this stylish Street Scene Equipment Front Chin Spoiler. Order a new Street Scene Equipment Carbon Fiber Front Chin Spoiler for your 2013-2014 Focus ST from CJ Pony Parts today!
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Product ReviewsWrite a review
What metal are the "splitter supports" made of? Stainless? Billet? My concern is rusting over time.
Why will it not fit on a 2015 Ford Focus st?
Not available for st 2015 ?
Does the spoiler come with the turn buckles.
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Today, we're going to show you how to install their chin spoiler and their side splitter kit using this beautiful performance blue 2013 ST. The Street Scene Equipment chin splitter and side splitter is going to come in a raw, white fiberglass finish ready to be prepped and painted. The owner of this car has gloss black wheels and wanted to paint the pieces to match ahead of time. We're going to start using mostly factory hardware with an addition of two struts to hold up your front chin spoiler.
For this installation, you need a small pick, Phillips Head screwdriver, scissors, three-eighth wrench, drill, three-thirty second drill bit, tape measure, and a marker. Since we'll be using some double-stick tape on the side skirts, you want to make sure you clean this area off properly, or it won't adhere.
Begin the install by removing the six factory clips. We're going to replace these with new hardware for our splitters. The Street Scene splitters are going to line up with your factory holes designed to use the factory-style hardware. The problem is these aren't quite long enough to hold it in place. What we recommend doing: pull the center piece of this out, go to your local hardware store or auto parts store and get these one inch Christmas tree clips, use those. They're longer and they'll hold it in place.
Now you install the double-stick tape they provide, pull back just a little bit of edge that leans out like this. That way when you clip it in place, then you can pull the tape off, and push it up and use the tape. We're going to apply some of the promoter now that's included in the kit. This will allow the tape to stick better. You just want to put it right where the tape's going to go. Now we're going to install the factory retainer first, then put the new splitters in place, and then use our Christmas tree clips to hold them on.
Now put on to place here. It's not a bad idea if you have someone give you a hand just to hold it on and get it lined up. Make sure the edges of the tape are visible, then we'll install the clips. Now we can pull off our tape pieces here. Push it up and stick it on. Now you want to repeat the process with the passenger side and we can move on to the chin splitter.
Just like with the side splitters, we're going to start the front splitter install by removing the six factory clips right here. Again, because of the size of the splitter, having an extra pair of hands will make this job a lot easier. We'll start with the ends and then work your way towards the middle. Now we can remove the double-stick tape.
The last step is to install the struts. There really is no fixed location for these, you can kind of put them wherever you want to. We're going to put them half way between the license plate bracket and the edge here. Splinter's right about nine inches so we're going to go four and a half. Go right in the middle there.
Street Scene provides self-tapping screws for the installation. For the bumper, they'll probably be fine. For the fiberglass though, we do suggest drilling a pilot hole. On our case, we're just going to drill four pilot holes for the installation.
We're going to install the top screws first. Then we'll double check our bottom hole location. You want to make sure you get it nice and straight right where you want it. Now we'll just mark the back holes since you're not going to be able to drill it with the piece here. Make sure you got it right where you want it. Now you want to back these off, and then turn this until you feel it bringing the spoiler up tight. I don't want to pull up on the lip too much. Once the spoiler hits the bumper and you feel the lip starting to get pressure, turn it up just a little bit. You want just a little bit of play there. Now put the lock nuts in place. Now repeat the process with the other strut and your installation's finished.