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I’m not sure what to title the thread but I’m curious on setups I have an idea of what I’m going to do I’m going to shoot for an adequate 300horse with hopefully the same amount of twerks so that for every 100lbs of steel it’s 100horses but I dont want to sacrifice agility so I’m thinking collusion fabricated fender flares welded to the fenders and quarter panels with almost a stock like wheel I like the wheel design but it’ll look goofy need a little wider no camber not ricing I’m thinking a smoother suspension maybe adaptive or fox shocks if I can find some I don’t want coil overs I’m not looking to lower it but I do plan on changing the color from black to blue or red but anyway I’m curious to see what kind of setups you guys have and where you’re headed with your fiesta cause I’m thinking multi function street autocross track car with a little peppy non competitive drag car I may rebuild the engine tho so I may push more than 300 horse not sure yet tho but I ask again because I dragged this out what’s your set up and what are you aiming for
 


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All those words and not a single period... You're gonna want a RMM, Front Mount Intercooler, hybrid or bigger turbo, high flow air filter, possibly aux fuel, and an Accessport/tune as a minimum amount of mods. For suspension just find some high quality springs with minimal drop (mountune?) and some wheel spacers. All of these parts are available for reasonable prices at whoosh Motorsports, and a tune from dizzy, stratified, and many other reputable tuners.
 


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All those words and not a single period... You're gonna want a RMM, Front Mount Intercooler, hybrid or bigger turbo, high flow air filter, possibly aux fuel, and an Accessport/tune as a minimum amount of mods. For suspension just find some high quality springs with minimal drop (mountune?) and some wheel spacers. All of these parts are available for reasonable prices at whoosh Motorsports, and a tune from dizzy, stratified, and many other reputable tuners.
If I were worried about periods I would be an English major 😂 but joking aside, I really like the way the car handles so I’m trying to avoid suspension work atleast till I figure out the power aspect of the car. Then after power beef up the trans to put down the power and then so on and so forth so that everything can essentially roll itself out all neatly, atleast again that’s the goal 😂
 


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While you can? Going somewhere? I hope not.
At some point I’ll actually be going to Ohio for a few months for training for work with in the next couple months. And yes the fiesta will be going with me. Also maybe some of you made like to know but I had a setup for the straight pipe st. If anyone would like to know just give me a shout and I can post pictures as it’s still being fabricated
 


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At some point I’ll actually be going to Ohio for a few months for training for work with in the next couple months. And yes the fiesta will be going with me. Also maybe some of you made like to know but I had a setup for the straight pipe st. If anyone would like to know just give me a shout and I can post pictures as it’s still being fabricated
I’m glad you’re just going to Ohio and not somewhere else lol. Yes man show us the pics. Text only does so much.
 


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I’m glad you’re just going to Ohio and not somewhere else lol. Yes man show us the pics. Text only does so much.
So it’s a magnaflow y pipe (stainless with a 3 inch inlet and a 2 and a half inch outlet dual pipe) so to keep stock look I welded 2 and a half to 3 inch adapter to it to get a slightly bigger tip. I’m thinking of painting them black to match the body but that’s just for the muffler replacement
 


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Also I go to a school with a bunch of kids with deleted trucks and straight piped civics. so Far from the cars I’ve straight piped there wasn’t much drone which I did straightpipe a 4.2 trailblazer
 


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