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    November 2016 Fiesta of the Month Winner - Accel Junky

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    User Name: DloST @Accel Junky
    Real Name: Daniel
    Location: Acworth, GA
    Year of Vehicle: 2016
    Color of Vehicle: Magnetic Grey


    Current Modifications
    • Cobb AP V3
    • Stratified OTS tune
    • Mountune FMIC, black
    • Cobb RMM
    • Shorai 36ah LiFePo lightweight battery
    • Motorcraft FL400S oil filter (larger)
    • Swift Spec R springs
    • Maxton front splitter
    • Maxton rear wing extension
    • 17x8 Rota Titan wheels
    • VMS lightweight forged aluminum lugs
    • Wilwood big brake kit front
    • Wilwood stainless braided brake lines front
    • Motul RBF600 Brake Fluid
    • VHT painted rear calipers
    • DDM Slim Ballast HIDs
    • Yorkim LED interior and license plate bulbs
    • DIY muffler delete
    • DIY symposer delete
    • DIY brake ducting
    • DIY free intake mod
    • DIY rear wiper delete
    • DIY 3D printed gas pedal spacer
    • DIY Misc weight reduction - ~98 lbs to date (delete full symposer, delete engine cover, delete hood insulation/hardware, delete front lower grill, delete full washer reservoir, delete 1 of 2 horns and dual horn bracket, delete radiator shroud flaps, delete sun visors, delete rear wiper/motor/hardware, muffler delete, delete front OEM shock NVH ballast)



    Future Modifications
    • Achieve <2600lb street weight w/ full interior
    • Achieve <2450lb track weight
    • Limited Slip Diff (high priority)
    • Upgrade cooling system as needed to prevent overheating at track
    • Replace tires with Federal RSRs
    • DHM Front Crash Bar
    • DHM Rear Crash Bar
    • Replace sh!tty Mountune intercooler (possibly DHM Race)
    • X39 Turbo upgrade
    • Downpipe upgrade
    • Resonator delete
    • Re-work brake ducts (route both from passenger fog duct + custom rotor backing plate)
    • Cobb air filter
    • Modify stock airbox/ducting (gold foil insulate + add flange/port at bottom and route hose to driver's fog duct)
    • Lightweight flywheel
    • Race seat (1x) for track days (retain Recaros for street)
    • DIY Sunroof delete
    • SS tuning steering wheel (alcantara, matte carbon or black trim)
    • Rocker panel splitters
    • Rear diffuser (if ever made)
    • Alcantara shift boot
    • New shift knob (WC Lathewerks etc...)
    • Gloss black mirror cap and roof wrap
    • Meth/water injection


    Reason Why I Chose the Fiesta ST
    The extremely positive press coverage intrigued me over the last couple of years so when I had a chance to rent one at the Nürburgring while in Germany for work, I went for it. Talk about an ideal test drive! I fell in love with it there and as soon as I was back in the States I just needed a reason to get one. As it turned out, I justified it eventually because my E46 daily driver was constantly bleeding my bank account dry. I just had enough with it and the big rebates Ford was offering sealed the deal for me. The reasons why I enjoy the FiST so much are primarily the light weight, the fact that the car handles unlike a typical FWD car, and the torquey and tunable powerplant. The icing on the cake is that for a daily driver it is practical, easy to dart through traffic, doesn't need to be revved out to put a smile on your face, the gearing is so short and fun on the street, and the fuel economy is pretty decent. For the track the icing on the cake is that the low weight and small size means cheaper running costs and consumables plus the benefit of embarrassing much more powerful cars. The modifications are also much easier (cheaper) to afford and sneak by my wife...
    2014 Fiesta ST - Mountune Intake, Cobb Tune, 3M Clear Bra, 3M Window Tint, ESM Wheels, BC Coilovers, Bazooka Bass Tube, Rockford Fosgate Amp
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    Congratulations!
    2015 OW FiST
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    Injen Intake - MAPerformance Intercooler - MAPerformance Cat Back - Cobb RMM
    Boomba Symposer Delete - Mishimoto Catch Can - Turbosmart Actuator (Tune+ Spec)
    Cobb AP - Tune+ 93 & E30 tune (200whp 275wtq on 93)
    Wheels and Suspension:
    fifteen52 17x8 in Rally White - Yokohama S-Drive 205/40R17 - BC Racing Coilovers
    Pierce 6 point brace - Pierce trunk brace
    Visual Goodies
    20%Tint - Diode Dynamics Luxeon Foglights - Boomba Wing Risers - Boosted Designs Dead Pedal
    Mountune Shift Knob - Triple R Splitter

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    Looks great! May I ask where you purchased your Maxton rear wing extension from?
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    FSwerks short shift kit
    MTC intercooler
    Rota grid 17x8 with 40/215
    Swift lowering springs
    91oct and E30 tune

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    Member 70 Rep Points Fiesta ST of the Month Winner Accel Junky's Avatar
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    Thanks, all.

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    Looks great! May I ask where you purchased your Maxton rear wing extension from?
    Bought the lip and wing extension straight from Maxton. I had them within 3 days of purchase. It was impressive. The wing extension needed a little strategy to install. I had to heat it up with a heat gun and use quick clamps to get it to conform properly to the curve of the wing.
    > Accel Junky's Magnetic Build Thread >

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    Car looks great man! I got that spoiler lip too. I went with the whole thing though. Which was the Cupra front splitter or whatever its called Lol And also the back small pieces and side skirts as well. Turned out looking better than I thought.

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    Congrats! Very tasteful MG FiST.

    How's your Shorai Li-Fe holding up? (Parasitic loads drained mine in two weeks.)

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    Congrats! I was rooting for you and voted you up hoping you would win. Magnetic brothers unite!
    2016 Fiesta ST in Magnetic Grey - Build Thread

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    - FSWerks Exhaust - H&R Sport springs - Mishimoto Intake -
    - MTC FMIC - Sparco Terra Wheels - Stratified E85 Tune -

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    congrats

    i voted for you as well

    love the wheels, brakes, front lip combo

    well done sir

    looking forward to what you have planned in the future
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    It really wasnt even close. Landslide victory, congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MKVIIST View Post
    and sneak by my wife...


    THIS. This is also my hurdle. I figure foreplay her up with some cosmetic and drivability mods before rounding third and getting to good stuff.
    2016 Magnetic/Sunroof/Black Rados
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    --The land of no power mods--
    Cobb RMM | Boomba Round Knob | FSWerks Short Shift Kit | Active Shift Designs Accelerator Pedal Lift | DiodeDynamics LED Fogs and HID Low Beam Kit | Redlines Leather Shift Boot (blk/red stitching) | "Stubby" Antenna | Yorkim Interior LEDs


 
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