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What did you do to your Fiesta ST today ?

TyphoonFiST

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Does anyone not listen? I have repeatedly told people if your buying Spec-d lights the rear hole will have to be re-sealed with a gasket to keep the water out. I have done this and with great success in keeping the water out of the tail lamps. Remember....water and electricity DO NOT make good bed fellow!


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Does anyone not listen? I have repeatedly told people if your buying Spec-d lights the rear hole will have to be re-sealed with a gasket to keep the water out. I have done this and with great success in keeping the water out of the tail lamps. Remember....water and electricity DO NOT make good bed fellow!


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In fact, I follow up your tutorial Point per point. This tail light has the gasket and I don’t know what happen!
 
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Did you double the gasket or lay a single gasket? Was the housing cleaned so the adhesive would cure and stick properly?

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As soon as a I bought the tail lights, I did your tutorial. I made double gasket, for the whole and the plastic form that it has, double tape, SuperGlue, etc.

I don’t know what happen. The other tail light with the gasket and the tape is running great.
 

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As soon as a I bought the tail lights, I did your tutorial. I made double gasket, for the whole and the plastic form that it has, double tape, SuperGlue, etc.

I don’t know what happen. The other tail light with the gasket and the tape is running great.
Re-seal....that one must have a gasket that isn't sealed....clean it all up and re-do the gasket. You shouldn't have to use Glue of any kind....just make sure the mating surface for the gasket is nice and clean and dry before applying the neoprene rubber gasket with the tape.

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Met up with Shortbuss over in Michigan and saw some awesome 1000+ horsepower drag cars dyno and a bunch of other really cool stuff! Look forward to another meet up!


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Met up with Shortbuss over in Michigan and saw some awesome 1000+ horsepower drag cars dyno and a bunch of other really cool stuff! Look forward to another meet up!


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June 2 - Autocross with the Windy City Miata club at Schaumburg Boomers stadium - $40

I'll be running and I'm sure several other ST/RSs from the areas will be as well.

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Coated it in Wolfgang 3.0 Sealant, and installed my summer wheel/tire setup.
Took out a good bit of coolant, replaced with distilled water and a bottle of the 'Kool-It' additive from LubeGard.

Also POR-15 painted the front factory damper bodies where they were starting to rust at the seam welds, while the wheels were off of the car.
 

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I learn how to drive in my country. (It is not my car, a member of ST Colombian community)

View: https://youtu.be/T2o88eSYL7o
INSANE!! [twothumb]

I kind of wish that they let us do hill climbs here in the states without any safety gear/regs/cages/bars, and just made us sign like 10+ waivers absolving them from any and ALL liability at all (yeah, I know that STILL would not be legally binding, but wishful thinking). [wink]
 


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