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What did you do to your Fiesta ST today ?

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Pep boys is the only brick and mortar store that I can I can find the ultra platinum. Ended up just buying it off of Amazon.
Ha the one brick and mortar place I didn’t try. I’ll keep that in mind for the next time. I hate supporting Amazon if I can avoid it, but they’re so damn convenient.
 


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Ceuk lighting strip. Being a 19 didn't have it. It stays red. Comes on with ignition. Ended up using F8 Moonroof fuse location (no moonroof on this car). The instructions say to use F7 but that was constant on for me. Guessing the UK cars are a bit different fuse wise.

Edit*- Also added some lamin x rear reflector film in gunsmoke.
 


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Yesterday I added the driver side and passenger side Powerflex inserts for the motor mounts. Much better feel! It's a bit of a pain of an install, but not too bad. Just gotta get a bunch of stuff out of the way. With that being said, I think it's a worthwhile mod for everyone.
I also added one step colder Iridium plugs, pre-gapped from Adam at Tune+.
And finally, a full Whoosh cold air intake. Crossover pipe, induction hose and short ram intake with the RamAir PRO filter. So many sounds, the ricer in me loves it!
I started with the passenger side powerflex with arp bolt, ran with that for a few weeks then just added the driver side last week. I agree MUCH better feel. The nvh isn’t bad, a little in steering wheel given I have the Mountune RMM.

What RMM are you using?




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I put over 400 miles on the car this weekend, and the ceramic coating makes cleanup easy, especially the bugs that were all over the front bumper! :LOL:

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Also pulled all 4 wheels off and gave them a good scrubbing, along with the brakes and inside of the wheel well. The insides of the wheels are shining, however this gave me a good opportunity to inspect them to see what will need to be done to prep them for a future ceramic coating as well. This little project was satisfying! :sneaky:

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I started with the passenger side powerflex with arp bolt, ran with that for a few weeks then just added the driver side last week. I agree MUCH better feel. The nvh isn’t bad, a little in steering wheel given I have the Mountune RMM.

What RMM are you using?




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I have the Whoosh street spec RMM. I feel like it's a great mix of response and compliance. Not too stiff for a daily driver.
 


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I doubt he can.

I have the 2 ton aluminum low profile jack from harbor freight and it clears, but I'm not lowered. However, once I put my crossbeam on, I have 1/4" depending on what part of my old asphalt driveway I'm on. You saw the pics. I can measure it. Yeah, why not. BRB.

The 2 ton jack is 3.75" to top of rubber cup. Remove it and gain about .5" max

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How do you like that aluminum jack? I've been considering getting one, but they have a bunch of options and I'm not sure which on to choose lol.
 


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How do you like that aluminum jack? I've been considering getting one, but they have a bunch of options and I'm not sure which on to choose lol.
I absolutely love it! Of everything that harbor freight sells, their jacks are probably the highest rated items they have. I'll never buy a steel jack again.

I chose the 2-ton over the 2.5 and 3 ton for a few reasons. 1, it is lighter compared to the 2.5 or 3 ton. 2. it is a little bit smaller in size than the other two. 3. it's all that's needed to lift the fist, even one-side at a time like I do with the HF cross beam. 4. It costs less than the other two.

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I put over 400 miles on the car this weekend, and the ceramic coating makes cleanup easy, especially the bugs that were all over the front bumper! :LOL:

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Also pulled all 4 wheels off and gave them a good scrubbing, along with the brakes and inside of the wheel well. The insides of the wheels are shining, however this gave me a good opportunity to inspect them to see what will need to be done to prep them for a future ceramic coating as well. This little project was satisfying! :sneaky:

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I always had silver rims on my previous vehicles, but i do like the glossy rims when they are waxed.
 


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I always had silver rims on my previous vehicles, but i do like the glossy rims when they are waxed.
I replaced my stock wheels, but the black ones do look nice all cleaned up. I sold them to a guy with a regular Fiesta, and he loves them. They look pretty sick on his sedan.

I also love knocking about 20 lbs. off my wheels. I felt it the first time I turned the steering wheel as I left the tire place. As a former dirt bike kid, I understand what unsprung weight is, and less is always more. (y)
 


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Love the wheel bro

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Yes, I am tempted to get that in all suede/alcantara, which would not look as out of place with the base seats, like a suede Sparco/Personal racing wheel does.

Also, it retains the exploding whoopee cushion in order to keep the insurance company happy, as well.
 


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This actually happened on Friday but I’m in the 150,000 miles club and timed in perfectly to pull over and take the picture.
I keep missing the 6666, 7777, 8888, 9999, 10001, 11011. I'm hoping to catch the 11,111, but I never pay much attention to it. Just the speedo for the policiooo... speaking of police, that looks like a high security facility in the left background.
 


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