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What did you do to your Fiesta ST today ?

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Installed my Maxton design front splitter. Fit was pretty good. I didn't need to cut or mod anything, I'm very happy with the result. Its a little more subtle than some of the other offerings which is what I was after.
Special thanks to Ron@whoosh for getting this to me and putting up with my indecisiveness
 


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Have Koni yellows with swift spring/Mountune front splitter/Maxton rear spoiler extention/Morimoto fogs sitting in the garage,and Greddy exhaust coming in Thursday.Might do the exhaust next weekend.But the rest will wait till spring.
 


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Installed my dual dash cam i had on the fost onto the Fist.
Awesome! Well needed these days. So many idiots on the road and they will always deny when they are in the wrong but you have video footage. I got the blackvue dr650s dual dash cam on my FiST.

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Awesome! Well needed these days. So many idiots on the road and they will always deny when they are in the wrong but you have video footage. I got the blackvue dr650s dual dash cam on
Awesome! Well needed these days. So many idiots on the road and they will always deny when they are in the wrong but you have video footage. I got the blackvue dr650s dual dash cam on my FiST.
I got the thinkware F800pro few yrs ago on Xmas from wifey.And hell yeah to all the idiots on the rd.I drive for UPS so I see a lot of them.lol
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Installed my Maxton design front splitter. Fit was pretty good. I didn't need to cut or mod anything, I'm very happy with the result. Its a little more subtle than some of the other offerings which is what I was after.
Special thanks to Ron@whoosh for getting this to me and putting up with my indecisiveness
looks good. I too am having some indecisiveness, I go back and forth between which ones I like.
 


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Went to install the mishimoto coolant expansion tank I bought and noticed it won’t work with my radium catch can (the lower coolant line that runs to the turbo doesn’t have enough room to click into place because of the 10an fitting on the catch can and the lower fitting on the tank are too close together.) Does anyone know if the pro alloy expansion tank will work with the radium? It looks like the lower coolant run offs on the pro alloy are angled.


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Went to install the mishimoto coolant expansion tank I bought and noticed it won’t work with my radium catch can (the lower coolant line that runs to the turbo doesn’t have enough room to click into place because of the 10an fitting on the catch can and the lower fitting on the tank are too close together.) Does anyone know if the pro alloy expansion tank will work with the radium? It looks like the lower coolant run offs on the pro alloy are angled.


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the location of the Radium OCC prevents the use of the Mishimoto and Pro Alloy tanks
tI always suggest the revised Mishimoto OCC due to the proper 1/2" hose size and location because of this situation
 


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the location of the Radium OCC prevents the use of the Mishimoto and Pro Alloy tanks
tI always suggest the revised Mishimoto OCC due to the proper 1/2" hose size and location because of this situation
Right on man thanks.


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Replaced the what seems to be the OEM fomoco rotors on the car. They were so rusted onto the hub, it took a sledge to get them off. The Replacements are not OEM, just some cheap aftermarket from rock auto. I figure why pay the price for OEM when even the fomoco ones will rust out like that. Then went for a drive in the snow.
 


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Replaced the what seems to be the OEM fomoco rotors on the car. They were so rusted onto the hub, it took a sledge to get them off. The Replacements are not OEM, just some cheap aftermarket from rock auto. I figure why pay the price for OEM when even the fomoco ones will rust out like that. Then went for a drive in the snow.
A light coating of antiseize on the hub can help alleviate the rotors from freezing on car.

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A light coating of antiseize on the hub can help alleviate the rotors from freezing on car.

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It all good dude. Nothing some propane torch and mini sledge can't handle. It's just something that shouldn't be so bad after 5 years. I've taken out 90s dodge caravan rotors that were as bad and difficult to remove as these ones.
 


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How not to tear apart the vent dash to install a gauge. Oh well plenty of fiesta's at the local pick your parts salvage yard. Probably didn't help that it was 20° outside.


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just finished putting on the new turn signals I ordered from whoosh. I know there is a thread for these elsewhere on the forum and towards the end of the thread it gets some negative feedback for fitment, but I had no issues, and that small gap towards the front of the unit really doesn't bother me. I like it. View attachment 26761
How is the install? Thinking of ordering these once they are back in stock


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How is the install? Thinking of ordering these once they are back in stock


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On a scale of 1-10.... 10 being the hardest and 1 being Toddler easy. I'd say its a 3. Just make sure you have some Picks to remove the outer most locking clip. The ones I got from Aliexpress supplied a Removal tool to help pop the tabs so you can remove the cover also. You can leave the clips out if you'd like or put them back in. I put one in ...it was a real treat. So I just pulled it and kept both of them in case I wanna switch to stock Mirror indicators again. Also...Use some di-electric grease after you connect it together to avoid it getting wet and shorting it out pre-maturely.
 


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How is the install? Thinking of ordering these once they are back in stock
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yeah what typhoon said. just be really patient and careful with the clips. I have a tendency to get frustrated and not as careful, this time just stayed calm and got it done. be careful taking out the oem bulbs. when I took mine out the connectors inside twisted. There are 2 separate tabs of metal inside a sleeve. don't just ram the new "bulb" into the socket without checking as you could do some real damage there. I really like the look, especially since I have the magnetic color.
 




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