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Ford Fiesta ST by FSWerks

The tuning and fabrication experts at FSWerks have taken the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST and transformed it into the balanced perfection of head turning style and performance. This Fiesta ST is a finely tuned machine that is eager to respond to thedemands of the spirited street driver as well as the weekend track enthusiast.
 

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The FSWerks Fiesta ST has the following mods:

  • FSWerks Cool-Flo race air intake system
  • FSwerks 2.5" T304 stainless steel exhaust system w/ dual angle cut tips
  • Cobb downpipe
  • Cobb lower rear engine mount
  • Cobb AP with FSWerks programming
  • Mountune FMIC
  • Mountune quick shift kit
  • Banks Engineering Straight Shot water/meth injection system
  • H&R coilover suspension
  • FSWerks lower front stress bar
  • Rotiform 18x8 3pc. SJC forged race wheels
  • Continental ExtremeContact DWS 215/35/18 series tires
We have a couple of other mods that we're trying to complete before the show, but these are set in stone.
 

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Wait... so what did they do other than add a few stickers and change the rims.

Dunno if it's fair to compare them to others on the design when they didn't really design anything. Not meant to be picky, but calling it as it is.
 

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Wait... so what did they do other than add a few stickers and change the rims.

Dunno if it's fair to compare them to others on the design when they didn't really design anything. Not meant to be picky, but calling it as it is.
Your right but some people like sleepers. The others that Are posted here are a piece or art. All depends on individual preference. I have always been a fan of the sleeper look. Did that with my 2000 civic si before it was stolen :(
 

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Too many doors... ;) (in before Steve :D)

Seriously beautiful work!
 

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The FSWerks Fiesta ST has the following mods:

  • FSWerks Cool-Flo race air intake system
  • FSwerks 2.5" T304 stainless steel exhaust system w/ dual angle cut tips
  • Cobb downpipe
  • Cobb lower rear engine mount
  • Cobb AP with FSWerks programming
  • Mountune FMIC
  • Mountune quick shift kit
  • Banks Engineering Straight Shot water/meth injection system
  • H&R coilover suspension
  • FSWerks lower front stress bar
  • Rotiform 18x8 3pc. SJC forged race wheels
  • Continental ExtremeContact DWS 215/35/18 series tires
We have a couple of other mods that we're trying to complete before the show, but these are set in stone.
VERY NICE, wonder how she will ride with the paint on profile tires....lol
 

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Yup, like others said, best one so far. Leave the body wraps to the fast n furious crowd.

Is it safe to assume the COBB downpipe is 3"? From my own experience with my turbo 2.3L duratec is that 3" beyond the downpipe doesnt yield any greater results than a 2.5" cat back. But, that initial dump from the turbo into a 3" pipe was a good mod.
 

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Sometimes less is more :p
I am finding some of the SEMA ST's to be way too over the top for my taste. (Based on pshop images...) Won't know for sure until seeing the real thing. A lot of them look better suited for video games than the road.
 
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SEMA cars are made to be over the top, but most of our personal cars are pretty tame....looking ;)

Our parts haven't been released yet, but many of the Fiesta STs at SEMA will be featuring our prototypes. We are working on full production parts (exhaust, intake, FMIC, etc) and will have announcements soon!

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It's got a few parts on it, LOL...
Just looking at the design alone. I'm sure you have great parts under the hood that you can show off, but in terms of the visual design, would've liked to see something different, as this is just stock with 2 fswerks stickers and new rims put on.
 

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Just looking at the design alone. I'm sure you have great parts under the hood that you can show off, but in terms of the visual design, would've liked to see something different, as this is just stock with 2 fswerks stickers and new rims put on.
Indeed, less IS more.

The cars that end up at SEMA from FSWerks are only cars that I would personally drive on the street. If it doesn't meet that criteria, it doesn't get built by us.
 
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