Ford Focus RS Mk2 Adjustable Actuator
FORD FOCUS RS MK2 ADJUSTABLE ACTUATOR
Brand: Forge Motorsport.
Part no: FMACFRS2
- 1 x FMACFRS2 Actuator
- 1 x Forge Sticker
''A replacement turbo actuator for the MK2 Ford Focus RS. This actuator, using a range of available springs this actuator can be tuned to suit your requirements. Unless an alternative spcification is requested, this product is built with a predetermined actuator spring suitable for at, or slightly above factory boost levels. The actuator can be assembled with a stiffer spring upon request. Please contact us directly concerning this process.
Whilst this product is designed and built with the intention of increasing the boost output of a turbocharged system. We cannot guarantee compatibility with all applications, nor the ability to increase the boost output beyond a level that is within the parameters set by the engine-management-system of the given vehicle at the time of installation, whether that system is factory or aftermarket.
The pressure figures listed in the drop down menu above are minimum regulated pressure figures. If you are unsure please dont hesitate to call us on 01452380999.
Diaphragm sealed internals are the default selection for this actuator product but customers now have the option of piston sealed internals. Unique to Forge Motorsport this innovation offers equal performance to the diaphragm type and low maintenance due to the hard wearing nature of piston sealed valve internals
Forge Motorsport nor any of it’s authorised distributors can assume any responsibility for any adverse effects resulting from the installation and tuning of this product onto a vehicle whose engine-management-system, whether factory or aftermarket, is not capable of allowing for the desired level of adjustment. While Forge Motorsport is happy to supply you with an actuator capable of holding boost beyond that of your factory unit we are in no way capable of knowing nor suggesting that your vehicle's engine or related systems are capable of supporting or surviving the stresses of such elevated boost pressure.''