cp-e Exhale Charge Pipe Kit TIAL | RACE RED Ford Focus ST 2013-2018

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cp-e Exhale Charge Pipe Kit TIAL | RACE RED Ford Focus ST 2013-2018

MSRP: $313.07
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cp-e™ is excited to release the ultimate in Focus ST BOV kits! cp-e™ now offers the last Blow-Off Valve (BOV) upgrade you will need for your Focus ST. With the option between arguably the two most popular BOVs in the turbocharger community, you can now truly get rid of your stock BPV and attain the sound, reliability, and beauty of a Tial Sport BOV or HKS SSQV BOV. Plus, a methanol bung included at optimal location 6″ from throttle body.


Please select you preferred cp-e kit and color, and then proceed to purchasing your preferred BOV. Whether you choose the HKS or a Tial option, the pipe will come with a CNC made aluminum flange welded on to ensure the best and easiest fitment of the BOV. The BOV kit will come with everything needed for an easy bolt-in installation. These Exhale Kits DO NOT INCLUDE A BOV. Please purchase your Tial/HKS/GFB BOVs separately:


The first option, a Tial Q BOV, leaves out no detail, and is one of the most reliable BOVs on the market. Made in the USA on a CNC machine out of billet aluminum, the Tial BOV is beautiful in each color that it comes in. Tial has also done a great job in designing a BOV that is great for all boost levels through all stages of modifying your car. It comes with a sound that is loud, powerful, and able to tell people what you have under the hood, yet it’s not obnoxious like some BOVs in the market.


The other option is the HKS SSQV 4; probably the most common and well known BOV sound in the turbocharger community. No longer will that guy you just beat in a race wonder why he lost. This BOV is loud, powerful, and demanding. You can even customize the sound by switching the inserts until you find the one that is music to your ears!




Due to the movement of the stock engine mount, it is recommended that a stronger motor mount is used when installing cp-e™ charge pipes.


Note: We cannot guarantee fitment with the use of any product that moves the location of the intercooler outlet or throttle body. This includes but is not limited to throttle body spacers, port injection spacers, and aftermarket intake manifolds.


Not California emissions compliant | No implied CARB certification | Off-road use only


CALIFORNIA WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Fitment takes time so it won’t rub or rattle take your time

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 20th 2019

    I can’t thank edge enough for the help. On my order. Only reason I gave it four stars is. You haft get fitment just right. Which takes time. Was not to hard to connect throttle body. Was tight To get a wrench in for the t clamp. Took about 3 1/2 hours to install. And make sure I had no leaks I will say I came from a boomba. And it was loud now. The tial is way more responsive but you really dont hear it. That much but when you do it’s cool. Big turbo goes on next week can’t wait

  • 5
    Supremely awesome kit!

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 26th 2019

    This CPE kit is fantastic, and I also want to mention that Edge Autosport was great to deal with for my purchase. They had the best price that I was able to find, and they shipped the kit very quickly. Previous to this installation, I had a very common 50/50 BOV, and it was super obnoxious. This BOV is installed under the car, near the oil filter and the A/C compressor. It is no longer obnoxious, and you can barely hear it with a stock turbo. I have some tips for people who will be buying one of these kits, whether you get the one with either a Tial or HKS BOV. The throttle body coupler is sized for a stock throttle body. If you have upgraded to a larger throttle body, get a different coupler. There is a reduction from the pipe to the throttle body. You can stretch it to make it fit, but it would be better to make sure that it is a proper fit. Next, it is far easier to install everything if you remove the four radiator support bolts so that you can angle it out of the way. Just support it with something like a jack or jack stand. This will give you the much needed room to get everything hooked up, and it will save you a lot of time and frustration. CPE should include this in the instructions, but I learned about it on some forums.