If you have upgraded the turbo on your 2013-2016 Focus ST you may notice quite a bit more power coming out of your 2.0L EcoBoost engine. Upgrading to a larger turbo creates more power, but can also introduce more heat into your ST's engine bay. The introduction of unwanted heat may actually negatively effect the performance of your upgraded turbo. With the addition of a Heatshield Products turbo blanket you will be able to manage heat better under your hood.
Heatshield Products Black Turbo Heat Shield Blankets were designed and tested to manage heat on aftermarket turbo upgrades. This turbo heat blanket was specifically designed using extreme temperature materials to keep heat on the hot side of the turbo where it belongs. In addition to properly maintaining the heat coming of your ST's turbo, keeping engine components protected, reducing underhood temperatures, and providing a cool black stealth look, you will notice a reduction in turbo lag. In some cases Heatshield Products turbo blankets have also been proven to increase boost.
This turbo heat shield by Heatshield Products has a rugged outer layer of their own custom material proven to last longer and be 25% stronger than comparable fiberglass shields. The inner contact layer of this heat shield blanket is made of silica featuring a silica insulation making this Black Turbo Heat Shield capable of withstanding temperatures up to 1,800 degrees F continuous and 2200 degrees F intermittent. The heat shield uses BioCool technology which is a non-caustic, non-flammable thermal barrier. HeatShield Products uses a 1/2" thick BioCool thermal-barrier inner pad sandwiched between heavy-duty foil, bond and sewn together with stainless steel mesh at the edges. The snug design and fit make installation a breeze.
Purchase your Heatshield Products Focus ST Black Turbo Heat Shield Blanket for your 2013-2016 Focus ST at Steeda Autosports today!Product Benefits
- Capable of reducing up to 60% of under hood heat
- Does not conduct heat like all metal turbo shields
- Reduces turbo lag
- Keeps engine components protected
- Capable of withstanding temperatures up to 1800 degrees F continuous and 2200 degrees F intermittent
- Keep heat on the hot side of the turbo where it should be