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What did you do to your Fiesta ST today ?

Business6

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Did you ever find that piece? I'm debating between the V1 or the V3 whenever it comes back in stock. Not sure if the V3 will be overkill but might want to go big turbo back be day.
I haven't been able to look on the car yet though I'll have to remove the bumper to find out, anyway. I contacted a local guy parting out two crashed FiSTs to see if the part is available. The insulator itself has the part number on it: 8V51-8125-CA, if memory serves.

I'd wait on the intercooler until you decide what your plans consist of and how big a turbo you intend to use.
 


Ludeem1

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Installed my Whoosh quick shift, I set it at 25% reduction, put some blue loctite on all the bolts. I’m just skeptical the shifter might come out of the ball thing but it should be fine right, it just looked like it was at an angle but when I took it for a drive wow it def made a difference. The shifts feel tighter, before I had a vibration in the shifter in second gear, now it’s stiff as hell. Def happy
 


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Got my clutch pedal stuck to the floor again. And once again it came back and hasnt repeated today. I think im over extending. It when i push it all the way down. Or my pedal box is bent from when i hit that deer.
 


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Installed seats. Need to route the belts, but I am not entirely sold on the look. I think I will make my own covers out of spare standard st seat cloth. What do you guys think? They are actually pretty comfy. I am just not huge on blatant branding. I like a bit more subtle inside

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The branding thing does not bother me all that much, but I would've wanted seats with the bolsters a bit more 'cut down' in the belt area, so that you could use the factory belts OVER the seat, instead of threaded through belt holes.

Why I will go with one of the better race shell style 2 piece recliner/folding seats when I ever change out the base chairs in mine.
 


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The branding thing does not bother me all that much, but I would've wanted seats with the bolsters a bit more 'cut down' in the belt area, so that you could use the factory belts OVER the seat, instead of threaded through belt holes.

Why I will go with one of the better race shell style 2 piece recliner/folding seats when I ever change out the base chairs in mine.

I already started cutting new seat foam to raise seating position a bit and I marked off to dremel the back quarter of the lower seat for a pocket to allow the seat belt to remain as is.

In short... For the most part I agree...lol
 


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Installed seats. Need to route the belts, but I am not entirely sold on the look. I think I will make my own covers out of spare standard st seat cloth. What do you guys think? They are actually pretty comfy. I am just not huge on blatant branding. I like a bit more subtle inside

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I actually kind of like the design. Reminds me of my old Recaro spectrum stripe seats in my 1978 Fiesta.
 


TyphoonFiST

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Well ....anyone who has issues with the V-band on a ATP system let me know....i figured it out well. I used there newer design style this time around. But I'll tell you what....God dam V-bands man. At least I got to drive my Typhoon to the Hardware store! Ironic signage at the store also! Hahaha


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