Is MP215 the way to go?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Engine Upgrades' started by Anders Olsson, Dec 30, 2014.

  1. Anders Olsson

    Anders Olsson New Member

    Sorry, but I'm not sure about all the terms you are using here, "MAF" what does that stand for?
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  3. BlackBird

    BlackBird Active Member Staff Member

    Mass Air Flow and Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor airflow metering strategies. The US car uses a different one from the World car.

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  4. BlackBird

    BlackBird Active Member Staff Member

    Look in the aftermarket parts thread, there's a list of Europe friendly tuning services (including Mountune, Revo and Bluefin)

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  5. Anders Olsson

    Anders Olsson New Member

    I´m grateful :)
  6. CSM

    CSM Member

    So I was finally able to put my car on a dyno this morning. The car with only the MP215 kit put down 188hp/238tq. These are SAE numbers on a DynoJet. I know the numbers are a little lower than what Mountune USA advertises, but the car still pulls strong. The MP215 kit definitely wakes it up. I am happy with it!
  7. Randy@mountune

    Randy@mountune Active Member

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  8. Anders Olsson

    Anders Olsson New Member

    Sounds more like WHP to me?
  9. Tokendog

    Tokendog Member

    Yeah, has to be. Car does that stock (maybe not the torque).
  10. Randy@mountune

    Randy@mountune Active Member

    Dynojet numbers are always at the wheels.
  11. timboslice

    timboslice Active Member

    Someone just ran a stock FiST with similar numbers.. Did you run a base line before the MP215? Dynos are pretty much only useful as a delta ie. gains over a baseline. There are too many variable with individual dyno set up and calibrations to compare one dyno to another.
  12. CSM

    CSM Member

    Yeah I'm kicking myself for not getting a baseline. Oh well... I just wanted to get a ballpark idea of what my car makes right now. What my car makes seems pretty high for stock numbers. Cobb's database has several stock cars that put out about 163hp and 204tq IIRC.

    Either way, I just wanted to get a dyno pull in b/c I wanted a ballpark idea of what my FiST makes now.

    For the record, I want people to know that I love the MP215 kit. It does exactly what it was designed to do, to change the character without sacrificing drivability and your factory warranty. I'm very happy with my decision to go this route.
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  13. CSM

    CSM Member

    Quick question for your MP215 owners...

    Does anyone have a constantly "dirty" tailpipe now? Seems like my exhaust gets dirtier faster with the MP215 tune...maybe its normal due to the tune being a little on the rich side?
  14. marc89gti

    marc89gti Active Member

    I think the dirty tail pipe issue is more of a problem with Ecoboost engines and more specifically direct injection. There are a couple of videos on Youtube that explain what's been going on with the higher levels of carbon buildup on the valve train of the engine. Ford has in some cases warrantied the whole cylinder head to fix the carbon build-up issue, which is a temporary measure. Hopefully Ford is working in the back ground to find a solution to this issue.
  15. Chuckable

    Chuckable Member

    Great article on dynos! So what should an MP215 car be putting down to the wheels on your inertia Dynojet given that it's rated at 215 crank HP and unknown torque?
  16. Randy@mountune

    Randy@mountune Active Member

    Our test car put down about 203 WHP / 247 WTQ on our Dynojet with the MP215 and 91 octane.
  17. Chuckable

    Chuckable Member


    And just shy of 250 ft-lbs torque?
  18. Pokey

    Pokey New Member

    What did your dealer charge for the install?
  19. ZREXER

    ZREXER Member

    not installed yet
  20. Chuckable

    Chuckable Member

    Mine was about $120. I'm in South Florida.

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