I have a spare garage door (Mk2 version with ashtray insert and lighter socket) in the same grey as the standard console colour or there's an RS carbon one on ebay right now-
This seller comes up with RS carbon bits on a regular basis and is a good source-
I have carbon steering wheel trims that look pretty tidy-
There's a very well priced Sony MP3 (Gen3) standard radio on ebay right now exactly the same spec as the one I fitted, well worth the money-
My fitting guide lists everything you need for the fitting of a Gen3 radio to a MK2 Focus (fitting brackets and MK2.5 fascia are a must).
If you are looking at an aftermarket radio you need the relevant fitting kit (double or single din fascia, aerial adaptor, loom adaptor, steering controls interface, fascia spacers, shallow cage (the dash is sometimes too shallow for standard cages so getting one with an inverted V shaped rear or a cage about 10 - 20mm shallower than standard is a good idea).
This kind of kit (ensure the patch cable is correct for whichever radio you look for)
The speakers in a Focus are riveted into the door plates so will need drilling out, it's easy to rivet new speakers or adaptor rings into the plates.
Speaker sizes are I believe 7" for front and rear doors, for aftermarket ones you'll need adaptor rings and a wire adaptor to change the standard plug connectors to bayonet fittings found on most aftermarket speakers-
Good quality 3M di-noc carbon wrap with the fine channels on the rear to allow bubble free application is best.
As for the mirrors, you need the mirron caps designed for the indicator type mirrors and the lights themselves, the mirrors available with the indicators already fitted have a different plug on them so would be a pain to wire, Brigante http://www.fordowner...34566-brigante/ has fitted his own indicators so can advise you on wiring and fitting (IIRC he bought indicator mirrors and grafted parts to the original mirrors, (the standard mirrors have the space for the indicators to go into but no wiring to patch into).
With the wheels, I'd go for 17" which will mean the speedo settings will not need recalibrating, if you go for 18" they will fill the arches better but the speedo will read slightly lower than true speed and a rack limiter kit is needed on the front to avoid the wheels hitting the arches when the wheels are turned.
ST kit, front and rear bumpers are a straight fit as long as you accept that the rear will look a bit uneven unless you fit a double exhaust (whether functional or mock), the side skirts are the same as in a Zetec S kit, ensure you get the fitting kit with them, if you can't find the kit I can give you the parts numbers for that.
Spoiler is a straight swap but the wiring plugs are different for the brake light so a quick bit of cutting and splicing is requires, Brigante can advise on that again, just use my fitting guide for spoilers for the main job-
Edited by Stoney871, 16 October 2013 - 11:27 PM.