215 HP
236 LB-FT
Curb Weight
2557 LB
Front Wheel Drive
Engine Size
1.6 L
Transmission Type
Manual 6
MPG (City/Highway)
30 MPG
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        []Seth Daelemans

        I grew up playing racing games when I was around 12, after a couple of years my favorite hobby was recognizing every make and model I saw on the street by having a glimpse. I really like cars. But I never had money to buy my own, I wanted to travel, study, build computers etc. SUddenly when I started working and money was not a problem anymore I knew what would be the next purchase.
        I started with an e92 320d, crashed it (rain and RWD, oops), got it repaired, tracked it and immediately sold it. The ST200 came next. I don't know what my next car will be, but I don't think it'll ever be as fun and engaging as the Fiesta. I hope I never have to sell it. Since learning how to drive in an Opel Zafira 90pk diesel I've never ever come so close to the enjoyment I felt when racing virtually. Next step is tracking the Fiesta. A dream from 16+ years ago coming true :)

        []Seth Daelemans

        The ST200's airbox is the same as Mountune's but in plastic. They route the secondary air intake hose to just in front of the radiator. Not behind the left fog light.
        Also, the factory Ford tune does not deliver the full 215ps on overboost in every gear. Only in third and fourth.

        []Seth Daelemans

        The car is bone stock except for the Michelin PS3 summer 215/40/17 rubber. The plan is to daily it for a year or two and then mod it as a weekend/track car for when I need to get a family wagon.

        The plans are to install a new Intercooler, air filter and Accesport, different suspension, new brake kit (lines, fluid, rotors, pads), different wheels and tires for when I stop using it as a daily and the warranty goes.

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