How the Sound Symposer works Interview

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Photos and Media' started by Soundman22, Oct 1, 2013.

  1. Soundman22

    Soundman22 New Member

    For September's Fiesta Movement mission, I get the chance to talk to a SVT Engineer on how the Sound Symposer works on the Fiesta ST. He gives some good information to how it works and why it's there.

     
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  3. Carlos V.

    Carlos V. New Member

    I kind if like the sound without the symposer, I might just take mine out.
     
  4. ISO100

    ISO100 Member

    I love the sound of the symposer. It let's you hear the RPM for accurate shifts without having to look at the gauges.

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  5. Joe Schmoe

    Joe Schmoe Member

    Interesting that the engineers made themselves accessible. I think the ECU people would have an interesting story to tell to describe the engine control and torque vectoring logic built into the ECU.
     
  6. BRGT350

    BRGT350 Well-Known Member Staff Member

    for the Fiesta Movement, Brandon and I were able to meet with a few different engineers to talk about the ST development. We had hoped for much more, but it is hard to get schedules to line up and permission. Brandon really wanted to do the sound video since he is an audio recording engineer.
     

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