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What did you do to your Fiesta ST today ?

M-Sport fan

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Re-installed my rear wheel mudflaps (full rally size/spec SMS deals), since I tore the passenger side one off the car at ESPR, not the flap itself, but the plastic eyelet piece on the rear bumper which the Rally Armor mount mounts attach to (had to 'Qwik Steel' these back onto the inner bumper to use these mounts again).

Now ready for the effing salt soup which PennDOT so graciously supplies us with all winter long here. [mad]
 


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WICHITA
Who's was this? I'm going parts shopping this weekend. Hopefully it still has all the Sync 3 components.


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South Jordan
Had an oil change done along with a double-check on the coolant recall as my fluid was low.

Also had the BG fluid put into the trans and installed the AWR 70 duro rmm. I'm at 49k miles so wow i definitely feel the difference. It's like the whole front end tightened up as the engine is back to being secure. Shifting feels much less vague and grindy with the new fluid as well. Certainly better than the Motul I had in before
 


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Installed a bunch of parts from Mountune and Whoosh motorsports. Turbosmart EM dual port, powerflex motor mount insert, ARP bolt, Mountune intake and radium catch can. Waiting on a UPR check valve to finish the ctach can install and pay day so I can buy a front mount IC and accessport.
 


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ordered a new crossmember(the middle one below exhaust) and front kmember side braces. approx. 100 bucks. rust had mine destroyed. also time to get it up in the air with a wire brush and some rust killer. boyracer
 


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Swapped in a new battery which fixed my radio issue.

Replaced step colders with new stock plugs. Running on my 93 tune at the moment because I don't feel like dealing with mixing at the moment and commuting mpgs suck on E30. Did a few WOT pulls and didn't see any negative corrections. I'll take some proper logs to be sure. Stock heat tend to be more efficient when cruising.

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TyphoonFiST

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Swapped in a new battery which fixed my radio issue.

Replaced step colders with new stock plugs. Running on my 93 tune at the moment because I don't feel like dealing with mixing at the moment and commuting mpgs suck on E30. Did a few WOT pulls and didn't see any negative corrections. I'll take some proper logs to be sure. Stock heat tend to be more efficient when cruising.

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Good to hear!


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