Ford Performance Drift Stick for 2016, 2017 and 2018 Focus RS: the first-ever, rally-inspired electronic handbrake, developed and designed for Focus RS and approved by rally and stunt star Ken Bock.
Note: Available for purchase in March 2018.
The Drift Stick is an aluminum lever between the driver's seat and manual transmission on a Focus RS and utilizes the all-wheel-drive system in conjunction with the antilock braking system. The lever opens the rear-drive unit clutches and applies hydraulic pressure to lock the rear wheels, inducing a drift with the simple pull of a lever. The results are clutch-free drift turns very similar to the experience of a real rally car.
Ken Block, of Gymkhana/rally/stunt/drifting video fame, had final sign off on the product and pushed for the electronic handbrake to provide every-day drivers with the quickest possible way to get the Focus RS sideways for large-angle drifts.
Fits 2016-2018 Focus RS
- World's first electronically controlled performance drift stick
- Inspired by Rally Racing, the Ford Performance Drift Stick provides a way to perform large-angle drifts in the Focus RS
- Simple bolt-in/plug-and-play installation and removal. Connects to the hand brake, seat track, and OBD-II port on the vehicle
- Uses the AWD and ABS systems to open the rear-drive unit clutches and apply hydraulic pressure to lock the rear wheels, inducing drift with a simple pull of the lever. Results in clutch-free drift turns similar to those in a real rally car
- Developed and fully tested by the Ford Performance Vehicle and Parts Teams
Note: This kit-requires laptop and internet access for calibration install. Available for LHD vehicles only. For off-road use only.
WARNING: This part has been designed and is intended for off-road use only (closed course and track events). This part should be removed for on-road vehicle use (minimum: disconnect strut and electrical connection). The driver is always responsible to drive in accordance with local laws and prevailing conditions. Failure to do so could result in accident or injury.