Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit With Boost Port Focus ST 2013-2018
Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit with Boost Port for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 Focus STs.
Give your 2013-2018 Focus ST a simple and affordable modification that makes a huge difference with this Steeda Sound Symposer Delete Kit with Boost Port 555-3180 from CJ Pony Parts. This kit will give a sharp look under your ST’s hood as well as provide a quieter ride in the cabin for you and your passengers.
Features & Benefits:
- Improves look of engine area
- A direct bolt-on installation
- All necessary hardware included
- No permanent modifications; easily reversible
- Does not affect other systems adversely
- Easily allows for a boost or vacuum connection
This simple plate allows you to remove the stock sound symposer from your 2013-2018 Focus ST and get a cleaner, more professional appearance under the hood. Plate installation can be easily reversed back to restore the factory function if necessary. All plates and hardware are included with this kit. The plate comes drilled and tapped for a 1/8” NPT fitting to give you the option of tapping into the intake manifold for a boost or a vacuum connection. Steeda provides a fitting to use for the connection, and a plug to install in case you decide not to use the port.
*This kit is not compatible with the 2016-2018 Focus RS.
Order a Steeda 555-3180 Sound Symposer Delete Kit with Boost Port for your 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 Focus ST from CJ Pony Parts today!
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It features a port that can be used for a boost gauge or a boost switch and it comes with everything you need for installation so let's get to it. The tools you'll need for this installation: quarter inch ratchet, eight millimeter socket, T-25 torque spit, 3/16th's hex key and an eight millimeter wrench. Okay this install's pretty straight forward and easy. The first thing we're gonna do is pull off the engine cover. Okay the first thing we're gonna do is pop off the Sound Symposer hose. Just pull it right off. Then there's three bolts securing this to the intake manifold: one here, one here and one back here. We're gonna use a small eight millimeter wrench to get to the first two, onto the second one and now the third bolt. Then it should come right off.
We're ready to install our block-off plate. This kit does come with a plug and a barb fitting if you want to use a gauge or a switch, but we're just gonna use this plug with a little bit of thread sealant. It's now ready to go on the car. Install the block-off plate onto the intake manifold with the factory hardware. Make sure the O-ring is going against the intake manifold. You will only need two of the factory screws. Get these tight but don't over-crank them. You do not want to crack the intake manifold. Next thing we're gonna do is remove the hose that connects to the firewall. Pull it off and then pull it off the valve near the battery.
Then we're gonna fill the hole on the firewall with the provided plug. Make sure you line up the two notches and push it into the hole. Remove the T-25 torque screw that secures the Symposer valve to the battery box. Once the screw's out, pull out the valve. It's a little tight to get to without removing this intake tube but you will need to disconnect the connector on the valve. And then it should pull right out.
The last thing you need to do is use the provided zip tie to make sure that you can make the harness for the Symposer valve clear the shifter linkage. Once you get your zip tie in place, your installation's finished. Okay we got our Steeda Sound Symposer Delete installed. It definitely cleaned up this engine bay a lot. It looks a lot less cluttered. The installation was super easy and straight forward. It's probably only gonna take you about 30 to 45 minutes. And before you know it, you'll be heading down the road.