Belly Pan for Fiesta from 1.0 EB Package?

Discussion in 'Tasca Auto Group' started by BlueBomber, Mar 11, 2014.

  1. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    The prices I quoted are about $120 under retail, there's no rhyme or reason to a lot of pricing, some parts are cheaper than you'd expect and some are more.
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  3. Karl Kutchi

    Karl Kutchi New Member

    I know I'm a little late to the party, but I bought these for my wife's se and they come standard on the st. Hope this helps
  4. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    Sorry, what nation is your ST in?

    It is not present on my US spec fiesta st.
  5. Flaco1

    Flaco1 Member

    Steve's photo in post #2 shows one underbody panel #115A74, both LH/RH panels are present on my US spec ST. And if my memory is correct the part number its showing is similar to the 11-13 SFE underbody panels. Maybe the fella was taking a siesta when your car came down the line.
  6. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    WTF, man, I want my belly pan.

    Please post a pic as I am not the only one without this.
  7. Flaco1

    Flaco1 Member

    O.K. heres the pics taken in the rain. View is from the rear facing forward RH side is first then LH

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  8. reddog99

    reddog99 Active Member

    Mine has these too. I was wondering why everyone was sniveling and thinking that maybe they were referring to something different. Are they???

    But really, what's the purpose? They don't look like they accomplish much, just having partial coverage and only covering something (sheet metal) that has the same general contour anyway. It doesn't look like it would smooth the airflow much, if at all. Maybe it would allow you to slide over snow drifts instead of high-centering. :)
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  9. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    They enhance cooling efficiency, aero and fuel economy.
  10. Karl Kutchi

    Karl Kutchi New Member

  11. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    Okay, this bottom image

    There's no pan that fits beneath the motor? This is the part I'm trying to close up
  12. Monochrome

    Monochrome Member

    Just subscribing to this thread. Curious to see if anything comes of this.
  13. Karl Kutchi

    Karl Kutchi New Member

    correct, it is the black plastic behind the front subframe on either side of the resonator of the exhaust. it extends from there to approximately behind the seats
  14. Karl Kutchi

    Karl Kutchi New Member

    found a shield in the manual section 501-02, can't find a part number on

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  15. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    yeah that's not what I mean

    I'm referring to the thing you found in the manual.

    Steve, can you find the piece highlighted in Blue in Karl's last post?
  16. Karl Kutchi

    Karl Kutchi New Member

    I talked to my guy at the Ford store here, and he couldn't come up with it anywhere. This being a new and fairly limited model, it may take a couple of updates to end up in the parts listing.

    I ended up fabbing up something similar for my wifes car using coroplast and modeled it after this, which seems to be no longer available.

    basically the brackets hook into the bumper bolts and the plate hangs from them and the subframe
  17. wash

    wash Active Member

    That looks nice but I would hang it with Dzus fasteners or similar so that it could be removed in seconds for an oil change.
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  18. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    Steve gets back from vacation tomorrow.
    I am going to return the sill plates that I don't like and try to get this belly pan.

    Last edited: Apr 9, 2014
  19. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    Yeah, let me know Dave, cos that's what I was looking for too
  20. Steve@Tasca

    Steve@Tasca Fiesta ST Network Sponsor

    I don't see it in the U.S. parts catalog anywhere. Wouldn't be the first time a Euro spec car had different parts.
  21. The Duke

    The Duke Member

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