Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Photos and Media' started by COBB, Jan 24, 2014.
OZ Formula4 HLT 17x7 with stock tires.
Tray in the lower position:
Ford Fiesta cargo mat from eBay (couldn't find it at a dealership!) over the tray in the lower position:
Part number from the tray:
I was wondering if that one fit! Thanks. I do have a request though... Can you see how it fits without the floor? Just the mat on the spare tire. Was wondering if it can fit there if I wanted to have the load floor on top sometimes.
It's not firm enough to make it flat. Since the spare isn't flush with the chassis, that mat looks lumpy without the factory floor in place.
Fair enough. Thanks!!
Did you remove your tray upper position mounts to fit that? Mine looks different. Is that tray for a 2011-12 car before dual height option?
Looks good. I *think* there is an ST logo'd version as well
There is indeed, but it only fits when the floor is in the upper position.
The ST logo liner is P/N EE8Z*6111600*AA $76.99 plus shipping.
The Fiesta logo liner is P/N EE8Z*6111600*CA $76.99 plus shipping.
We have the ST version in stock and can order the other.
I too use the standard Fiesta mat.
I replaced the spare with a space saver.
This way the floor sits flat.
Yes, removed those tray mounts for fitment. It's just one screw, so pretty easy to put back in place if needed.
Very nice car, Ian. I like what you've done with it, both performance and cosmetic. It reminds me a bit of WRC Fan's Abarth. Random question, since you posted a pic of the new STi, what's the WRX with the FA engine putting down on the COBB dyno stock?
The 2015 STI did 280 WHP and 275 lbft stock (a bit more than previous model years). The 2015 WRX did 252 WHP and 267 lbft stock. Torque comes on really early and the new FA motor is very responsive. We should have dyno plots in our Dyno Database on the website soon!
That is pretty impressive, especially for the WRX!
I took a road trip from Austin to Houston this weekend. I averaged about 30 MPG traveling at about 80 MPH most of the way and also killed a lot of bugs.
I also got the mountune spoiler extensions. A quick test fit, I still need to install them (and wash my car!):
The spoiler extensions aren't really my cup of tea, but as long as you like them
I like 'em
I like them too.
I have had them for over 3 years now.
You kill me Dave ...
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