D1JL's Fiesta ST, MOD Photo Gallery

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Photos and Media' started by D1JL, Sep 20, 2013.

  1. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

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  3. level42

    level42 Active Member

    Thanks Dave :)
  4. doudou

    doudou Member

    i think you have the more equiped fiesta in north america , thank s for sharing all your informations.
    for your black wheels , the link say "not tpms compatible " how have you fitted this without tpms ?
  5. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I had the Argent version of these wheels on my '11 Fiesta SES.
    These are exactly the same wheels, only BLACK.
    Both were mounted with the OEM TPMS, and everything works perfectly.
    I can not explain why they say that the wheels are not TPMS compatible.

  6. doudou

    doudou Member

    cool thank s dave
  7. mcummings182

    mcummings182 Member

    How does that little subwoofer sound?
  8. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    It is 8 inch, it won't beat you out of the car but it sounds great.
    I do prefer to hear the music and not just be pounded by the concision.
    I also like it because I can still use the cargo area.

  9. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I just converted my Fog Lights to also be DRLs.
    This was a relatively easy MOD.
    The Fog Light Relay is negative triggered.
    Therefore another relay was required to receive a positive ignition trigger.

  10. mcummings182

    mcummings182 Member

    How does it work with the factory stereo? Since there aren't a bunch of equalizer options, I'd imagine it's tough to get a good sound. I believe Tasca parts sells a 10 inch kicker for $527
  11. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I am not going to knock Kicker as they make very fine equipment.
    However as with anything there are pros and cons.
    You need to choose what works for you.

    In all mine cost about $200.00.
    I think it sounds great.
    There is a crossover in the adapter that is connected to the rear speakers.
    There is a gain control and crossover on the amp.
    Minor adjustments can be made with the car's fade control.

    The best part for me is that I do get the enhanced sound and it takes away very little cargo room.

  12. takuarc

    takuarc Member

    So another difference between the us and uk version FiST is that the us has a larger armrest and the cig and usb are housed in there...wish I have this. My euro spec armrest can barely fit a square box of tissue in it...

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  13. mcummings182

    mcummings182 Member

    Did you make the box or buy it?
  14. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I made it with help form a friend.
    This was originally made for my '11 Fiesta SES.
    I just reinstalled it into the ST.

  15. aborbs87

    aborbs87 Active Member

    Love the yellow Lamin-X Film on the fogs, looking into doing the same when I get mine. Did you find these pre-cut for our fogs, or did you use something universal?
  16. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    This is probably the cheapest and easiest thing to do.
    The precut ones I found were too small.
    Just get two small squares of the Lamin-X film and cut the two circles of the size you want.
    Remember that the lens is convex so add a little extra.
    Use the wet apply method with plenty of water and place the film on the lens, if it is too bog you can take it off and trim it.
    Once you like how it fits, then work out the bubbles for the final application.

    I also recommend that you change the bulbs to 3000k or below.
    This will give you a good yellow look.

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  17. Carlos V.

    Carlos V. New Member

    Car is looking good

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