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Bojix Design delivers a Fiesta ST ready to take curves in style

  • Custom BASF paint job by Bojix Design
  • Incorporates a specially designed 3-inch cat-back exhaust system by Bojix Design and Banks Straight-Shot Water-Methanol injection system with iQ Man Machine Interface
  • Modified suspension
The 2014 Fiesta ST by Bojix Design gives a driver slot car handling with modifications that add to its handling and appearance.

From the suspension upgrades, such as coilovers, to powertrain modifications, like the 3-inch cat-back exhaust system, the Fiesta ST provides an inspiring driving experience.

The custom paint job, using colors from BASF, matches a deep black and rich white with blazing orange accents.

The final product is a Fiesta ST that is tastefully aggressive, blending improved handling with an eye-catching appearance.
 

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well that just about sums up the perfect render...:greedy: flares please, those wheels painted like that please, and the lip/skirting!
simply amazing
 

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So much for the rumor that there will be no Fiesta ST's at SEMA this year. Thankfully that was incorrect! :)
 

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Love this one! Not to over the top and clean. Fast and the furious 1 is not my style anymore. I like sleepers as I mentioned in other thread. Nice work! Can't wait to see real shots.
 

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My favorite out of the bunch. Nice clean design that's unique but not over the top. Would drive this as a daily driver anytime.
 

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The flares were there.

The wheels had much less offset than stock which means a large scrub radius and probably much more torque steer (it gives the drive shafts a bigger lever to yank the wheels with).

It wasn't really my thing and the grill did not match the rendering.

Here is the front:

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And here is the rear, you can kind of see the back of the rear flare:

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Sorry for the bad pictures, I was just taking detail shots for the front splitter and the Focus ST exhaust tips in the back.
 

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oh no :(
The flares were there.

The wheels had much less offset than stock which means a large scrub radius and probably much more torque steer (it gives the drive shafts a bigger lever to yank the wheels with).

It wasn't really my thing and the grill did not match the rendering.

Here is the front:

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And here is the rear, you can kind of see the back of the rear flare:

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Sorry for the bad pictures, I was just taking detail shots for the front splitter and the Focus ST exhaust tips in the back.
oh no, i dont like how the flares are actually moulded, i like the render much better :(
 

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I was not really impressed, the cut out didn't look very nice and overall the look didn't really fit.

I will be sticking with a stock location outlet.

That picture was a "this is why I don't want Focus ST exhaust tip" photo, just in case I started to consider it at some time.
 
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