COBB AccessPORT for the 2013 Ford Focus ST

COBB is proud to announce the AccessPORT for the 2013 Ford Focus ST. The AccessPORT is the industry leading OEM ECU flashing, managing and monitoring assistant. Unlock power hidden within the ECU by replacing conservative factory settings with more aggressive calibrations. The result is impressive gains in torque and horsepower while maintaining a high degree of safety. The AccessPORT comes with pre-installed maps that are optimized for common performance modifications.

The AccessPORT currently comes pre-installed with Stage 1 maps for a 7% increase in peak horsepower and a 20% increase in peak torque. The area under the curve is also massively increased with maximum power gains of 12% in HP and 25% in torque when using 93 octane fuel. Mapping is also available for 91 and 87 octane fuels to accommodate your local pump. Stay tuned for more map and feature updates as Ford Focus ST research and development continues! Click the link below for more information and to get yours today!

2013 Ford Focus ST AccessPORT: AP-FOR-001

Comments

  1. Josh Portelli says

    Finally it is here! An accessport for Focus ST. Now I can finally order one. This made my last car so much more fun.

  2. Kevin W Smith says

    Will the stage 1, 91 octane map do anything for an otherwise stock Focus ST?

    I’ve looked at Ford’s intake system and it look rather good for a production car.

    Thanks,

    Kevin

  3. Ian says

    It will! We agree, the stock intake is very well designed and we will be utilizing some of it’s features on our own intake design. But, even without any other modifications, you will see some very noticeable power gains over stock: Check out this dyno graph as measured to the wheels at our Austin location.

    Ian@COBB

  4. Mark Leo says

    Hi, I’m from singapore and I’m interested in getting the accessport for focus st2013. My question is if your maps covers fuel with 98 or 95 octane levels. We are using these octane level fuel here in singapore. If not, will it be detrimental to use your current map settings for 93 octane?

    Right now I’m also looking at your cai and inter cooler. So I presume that I will be using stage 2 tune of the accessport. Same concerns about the fuel octane levels.

    I can see the price of the package on your website. Please advise the cost of shipping over to singapore.

  5. Ian says

    We don’t offer world support right now, but hopefully soon! Once we do, we will offer 95 and 98 RON fuel maps!

    Ian@COBB

  6. William says

    Will this find its way to the Escape/Edge/Explorer with the 2.0 Ecoboost engines?

  7. Giorgio G. says

    Do you have any plans to release an accessport for the newly released Fiesta ST?

  8. Gary Russouw says

    Good day I have a 2013 focus st3 and this plug and play is what I need.I have done a decat and downpipe with a air box mod.

    Do you have agents in South Africa,if not how can i buy this for my car.

  9. Alberto Tobon says

    Hi, i need to know if you have dealers in Mexico. Please let me know if that the case.
    Thanks

  10. Gerhard says

    Cant wait for the Fiesta ST software, “Evrybody” and his uncle have it in development, but no real results as yet. Especially from the UK based tuners. Quite frustrating.

  11. Aaron says

    Any news for 98 octane too… Also can you safely bump the stock levels of boost from 19.5 to 21 psi in peak. And standard up also by the same gain 1.5psi safely?? I am from Aus and we only use 98 here!!!

  12. Marshall says

    Aaron, your 98 should be equivalent to the 93 octane we use here. Our standard OTS maps will safely run ~21psi, perhaps even a touch higher if you have the modifications and fuel to support it. You can find more information by reading the Map Notes documentation.

    Marshall@COBB

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