Market for ST exhaust, suspension, front brakes?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Parts for Sale' started by raamaudio, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. raamaudio

    raamaudio Active Member

    Do these parts fit or as in exhaust a bit of tweaking, fit a regular Fiesta and if so best place to list them?

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  3. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    If you are selling parts for a Fiesta ST this is the correct place.
    The brakes are NOT interchangeable between non-ST and ST.
    The exhaust is NOT interchangeable between non-ST and ST.
    The springs and dampers WILL fit but non-ST parts are not correct for the ST.
    The ST springs and dampers WILL work just fine on a non-ST.

  4. raamaudio

    raamaudio Active Member

  5. BlueBomber

    BlueBomber Active Member

    so the front brakes are different than non-ST fiestas, as well as the rear discs being different from the regular fiesta's drums?

    Can't the regular fiesta guys convert to rear disc? youd think a rear disc conversion would be highly desirable
  6. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    This conversion kit is being worked on.

  7. wash

    wash Active Member

    I would guess that the ST front brakes are probably an easy swap. The rear disks will be more complex if only because of the ABS.

    Its a shame that Ford didn't make rear disks standard on the base model.
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  8. was-an-M

    was-an-M Member

    I'd think the fronts would be easy. The Wilwood kit is designed for a 2011 Fiesta and fits the Fiesta ST. So wouldn't it stand to reason that the ST brakes would fit the base Fiesta?

    Having said that, are the fronts a major upgrade over the standard ST brakes?
  9. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    I should have said that the brake parts are NOT the same between ST and non-ST.
    A non-ST could use ALL the ST parts, this would be expensive (it would be pointless the other way).
    The rears would require a special bracket to convert drum to disk (this is available now).
    However it would be cheaper to use SVT Focus parts.
    In the front the SVT Focus larger rotor (300mm) would be better on the non-ST using the OE calipers.
    This would only require only new rotors and adapters (also available now).

    I have done this setup on my 2011 Fiesta SES with absolutely no issues.
    ABS and everything works perfectly.

  10. raamaudio

    raamaudio Active Member

    Exhaust probably fits, not just how it bolts up at the front end, that could be taken care of by any decent muffler shop(if they have to use an tubing it would be best to use mandrel bends, crush bends are not a performance item in the least.

    Front brakes should be an easy swap,

    I am not selling rears, they should be more than fine even on modified ST on track.


    Since this is Fiesta ST Network, I figured there are probably some regular Fiesta or more Fiesta/ST sites, any recommendations?

  11. D1JL

    D1JL Well-Known Member

    It has not been established if/or what you are selling.
    Yes I am sure the ST parts could be made to fit a non-ST.
    Yes the front brakes WILL fit and if the price is right, a very good deal for someone.
    I know someone that may be interested in the Cat Back.

    When/if you sell.
    Start a new thread on this site.
    Also you could post on, however they do require a minimum post count.

    Last edited: Apr 4, 2014
  12. raamaudio

    raamaudio Active Member

    Now that I know more I will start a new thread and look at the other forum, thanks:)

    I am going to sell the exhaust for sure now, going to build my own exhaust as I have all the parts and now that the car is on the lift I have seen how easy it will be compared to some I have done.

    As soon as I sell my 332ti project I will by coilovers, two sets of wheels and tires, down pipe, AP, and decide on a BBK(might have to roll my own there as well as going to run 16's and possibly 15's for track.


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