Fiesta ST available intercoolers tech thread

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Engine Upgrades' started by razorlab, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. razorlab

    razorlab Active Member

    Starting this thread as an outpost for technical data on the avail intercoolers.

    I will update as new info/products are offered.

    The core dimensions are taken by the posted manufacturer specs. If you own one of these and find the measurements in the real world are different, please let me know!

    One thing to note is that size isn't everything. Core design itself makes a performance difference.

    Stock FiST IC
    Core Dimensions:
    27.5" x 5.25" x 2"
    Core Volume:
    288.75 in

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    The list is in order of Core Volume.

    Mishimoto J-Line IC
    Core Dimensions:
    22" x 7.2" x 3.75"
    Core Volume:
    594 in
    69.1589% difference over OEM FiST IC
    18.1818% difference over Cobb IC

    Cobb IC
    Core Dimensions:
    27.5" x 6" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    495 in
    52.6316% difference over OEM FiST IC
    5.6075% difference over ATP IC

    ATP IC
    Core Dimensions:
    24" x 6.5" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    468 in
    47.3736% difference over OEM FiST IC
    1.2903% difference over AIRTEC IC

    AIRTEC IC
    Core Dimensions:
    28" x 6" x 2.75"
    Core Volume:
    462 in
    46.1538% difference over OEM FiST IC
    9.4122% difference over Mountune IC

    Mountune IC
    Core Dimensions:
    29.25" x 5.75" x 2.5"
    Core Volume:
    420.47 in
    37.145% difference over OEM FiST IC
    3.4401% difference over OEM FoST IC

    Stock FoST IC
    Core Dimensions:
    26" x 6.25" x 2.5"
    Core Volume:
    406.25 in
    33.8129% difference over OEM FiST IC
    4.0816% difference over Levels IC

    Levels IC
    Core Dimensions:
    26" x 5" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    390 in
    29.8343% difference over OEM FiST IC
    19.6224% difference over Mishimoto Z-Line IC

    Mishimoto Z-line IC
    Core Dimensions:
    26" x 5" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    320.31 in
    10.3635% difference over OEM FiST IC
     
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  3. bobjob

    bobjob Active Member

    Any info on weights? That may matter to some
     
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  4. razorlab

    razorlab Active Member

    Some more data around my Airtec FMIC upgrade.

    Here is a 4th and 5th gear to about 5000rpm hwy WOT pull.

    It was 95F out at the time.

    Charge temp
    Start - 100F
    End - 105F

    Intake temp
    Start - 98.5F
    End - 97.5F

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  5. BRGT350

    BRGT350 Well-Known Member Staff Member

    very impressive results with the Airtec FMIC! This weekend I wrapped the induction tube with silver and gold heat resistant foil, wrapped a section of the cool pressure tube near the block, and sealed off the sides of the intercooler to the bumper. The results with the stock intercooler show a 15'F increase over ambiant with a 2nd and 3rd gear pull at 21psi. A 23.00psi 6th gear pull ends up with a 20'F increase over ambiant, with that happening pretty quickly under acceleration. Even with the improvements to protecting the air supply from heat and working on increasing the amount of air going thru the stock intercooler, the data continually points to needing an upgraded FMIC. It is great to see actual data being posted! Great job, Razorlab.
     
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  6. Savant

    Savant New Member

    Old post but curious if weights of each are known? The Airtec has been reported as about 3-4 times heavier than stock.
     
  7. jeremy graddy

    jeremy graddy New Member

    When upgrading your Fmic, is it imperative that you replace all piping as well? I have read places that upgrading the hot side charge pipe is all that's really necessary. Please help, or direct me to help. Thanks!
     
  8. Zenga11

    Zenga11 New Member

    Last week I order a mishimotos jline intercooler. After weeks of researching I found this to be the best bang for your buck if you don't mind a little engineering to put that in place. It is a heavy intercooler then the rest of the competition though. Another intercooler that I heard good things about is deadhooks intercooler.
     
  9. KraZe

    KraZe New Member

    Wagner Tuning IC
    Core Dimensions:
    26.4" x 10.6" x 2.76"
    Core Volume:
    585.83 in

    cp-e IC

    Core Dimensions:
    29" x 6.25" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    543.75 in

    MAP IC

    Core Dimensions:
    27" x 6" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    486 in

    Deadhook Factory Fit IC
    Core Dimensions:
    22" x 6" x 3.5"
    Core Volume:
    462 in

    SPEC-R IC
    Core Dimensions:
    24" x 6.4" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    460.8 in

    R-Sport Stage 3 IC
    Core Dimensions:
    24" x 6" x 3"
    Core Volume:
    432 in

    2JR IC
    Core Dimensions:
    22" x 8.25" x 2.25"
    Core Volume:
    408.38 in

    Mishimoto Fiesta ST IC
    Core Dimensions:
    28.8" x 4.92" x 2.56"
    Core Volume:
    362.74 in
     
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  10. vixenlotus

    vixenlotus Member

    I would love to know pressure drop for each of them.
     
  11. KraZe

    KraZe New Member

    Mishimoto and cp-e have lots of data about pressure drop. Mishimoto was like 0.75 psi and cp-e was less than 1 psi too. Deadhook might have like 1.5 psi maybe but it's not from direct measurement.
     
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  12. KKaWing

    KKaWing Member

    Forge motorsport claims 0.9psi.
     
  13. flat_lander

    flat_lander New Member

    If this is to become a reference thread, do we know which ones are essentially a direct fit and which ones require additional work?

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  14. Massy

    Massy New Member

    hi guys, hello to everyone, nobody knows me here, i'm an italian boy with an EU Fiesta ST. I was wondering if someone knows the pressure drop of Airtec FMIC. Thanks
     
  15. tlzook

    tlzook New Member

    Does anyone have any information regarding Treadstone Performance Intercoolers out of Florida?
     

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