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Author:  - Danny Boy - [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:56 pm ]
Post subject:  TTF Si 2.0 - WOAH! An update! - 29/08/2014

Fiesta Si 2.0 16v Tourmallard Green.

Mods so far/Spec list: (updated as of 23/02/2013)

Engine:

- 2.0 Silvertop.
- RS1800/HO inlet manifold.
- RS1800 Throttle body.
- 2.0 MAF sensor.
- 2.0 Injectors.
- K&N filter.
- Magnex stainless steal 4” cat back exhaust system.
- De-cat.
- Fully re-pained engine.
- Blue megaleads HT leads.
- DEWY ECU

Transmission:

- Standard Si BC Gearbox.
- Vibra Technic gearbox mounts.

Power:

- Unknown current power output with new inlet pipe. With the old very restrictive inlet pipe (K&N banana sucking itself shut) that was on there it was 122.2bhp... With new standard setup it should roughly be about 130BHP - Standard 2.0 silvertop power.

Suspension:

- AVO GTZ Coilovers.
- Sparco front strut brace.
- OMP rear strut brace.- Polybushed top mounts.
- Polybushed front anti-roll bar.
- Polybushed rear anti-roll bar.
- 2nd rear anti-roll bar with poly bushes.
- Camber adjustable lower arms.

Brakes:

- Fiesta ST 280mm front brake setup.
- Uprated discs and pads.
- Goodridge braided brake hoses front and rear.

Wheels & Tyres:

- White Escort GTI wheels.
- 195/45/15 tyres.
- Longer wheel studs with 5mm spacers on the rear.

Body/Exterior:

- Whole of the underside of the car is painted/stonechip protected.
- MHW Smoked rear lights < Swapped back for standard lights with red tinted reverse light.
- Smoked side repeaters.
- HID headlights; Ice white 6000k.
- Team HEKO wind deflectors.
- MK4 wiper arm and wiper blade.
- Colour coded exterior plastics (mirrors, door handles, spoiler ect).
- VW Golf MK3 splitter.
- Fiesta RS Turbo pop out rear quater windows.
- Fiesta RS Turbo colour coded spoiler.
- Inxx gas bonnet struts.
- Fiesta RS Turbo Bonnet.

Interior:

- Fiesta RS Turbo Recaro interior.
- Fiesta RS1800 door cards.
- Lockwood white dials.
- Heated front windscreen.

ICE:

- Sony xplod headunit with MP3 input and remote control.
- Alpine Type E 13cm component door speakers.
- Sony 6x9 rear speakers.
- Fli 12” active suboofer.

Things to do:
- 4-2-1 exhaust manifold.
- Throttle bodies or turbo conversion.
- Escort RS Turbo LSD Gearbox.
- UK/EURO Spec RS Accessory rear lights.
- Fit poly bushes or spherical bearings to lower arms.

There are probably a few other things too but i cant remember just yet.

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Well where do i start! :D

TTF Si is now mine! Yay! Toby's (Minstral) thread of the car here: http://www.fiestaturbo.com/forums/ttf-s ... -vt169992/

Well, on friday I took a 4 hour trip on the train to Herne Bay, which is where Toby lives to pick up his Si. 3 hours to get home, it was a long ass day to be fair, but soooooo worth it!

Anyway, got to Toby's house, saw him outside and started to have a chat, then he said he would take me for a drive, he got the keys gave them to me and soon as i started it up, i was thinking 'this is lush'. So quiet compared to my little 1.3 HCS engine, its nearly silent lol. I did actually forget it was on when i went out to show my mate when i got home :lol: Moving on, we took it out for a little run, and i could already feel it had alot more power than my old car! And Recaro seats = win! They are lush :).. Got back to Toby's house, did all the paper work ect, showed me some spare bits he has for the car that i could have, showed me the service history - alot of it. And he very nicely offered me to stay for dinner too, which i would have taken him up on that offer, but i just had some chicken and chips from a local KFC wanna-be place lol.

All in all, the car is just lovely, and Toby is such a great guy too! It hasnt actually properly sunk in yet that its my car lol, its so much better in many ways that it seems like its a dream! :lol:

So, first thing on the list was to fit/replace the spring cups, made a bit of a knocking noise when going down bumpy roads ect. Got started on that today, was going to fit the lowering springs from my old car but one side of the suspension decided the top nut wasnt going to undo and just rounded off a treat, and then so did bit where you put the hex key in. So, went to do the other side, no problem at all! lol. Took that side off, used a spring cup from there, then used one of the others Toby gave to me and got started on the Si.. one side is all done and dusted, just need to do the other side - my alen key socket just shattered when i was trying to put force against the spanner to get the top mount nut undone :( Need an electric impact gun really :lol:

That was pretty much it for today, was going to give it a wash, but didnt get round to it. I'll have to do it tomorrow :)

Obviously its had a fair bit done to it so far as you can see in his thread. Its a genuine car too, not a bodge, just ticked over 73k on the way home, which isnt too bad :)

Not many pics just yet to be honest, the only ones i have taken have been off my phone. I'll post some better pics up when its had a clean :)

First pic i took of it, when i was filling up at the petrol station - centre caps are in the car, will be fitting them tomorrow most probably :)

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Went to ford to get a couple of bits..

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Fitted wind deflectors from my old car.

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Both the cars next to each other, taking the suspension off my old one.

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Both cars being worked on.

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Old engine compared to new, i was saying to Toby about how the Zetec engine fills the space, and you could pitch a tent up in the HCS engine bay lol.

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Orange calipers, more orange than the jack!

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Anyway, thats it so far, will post more pics later. Overall, very happy with the car. Toby, thank you so much! And yes, she will be at the shows this year you will see her again! lol :D

Author:  Dave G fsi [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 8:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Nice one mate, she looks really good, bet your finding her very powerful compared to the 1.3! :chill:

Author:  - Danny Boy - [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Shes lovely! And yeah, my word is she more powerful than the 1.3! lol. Power on tap all the time for a start, its just so nice! One thing i LOVE, is last night coming home, cruising at about 70 or just under, i was like hmm, ill overtake! So gently put my foot down, and it just went to 90 before i knew it! I was like 'wow, my 1.3 would take about 10 days to do that!' haha.

Im so happy though overall :D

Author:  Jamie88 [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

looks good mate, same colour as my old si! quite a rare colour :thumbsup: glad your happy with it and enjoying it :) i went from a 1.1 to my old 1.6 then a year later 2.0lterd it! need to put your splitter on the new one :thumbsup:

Author:  Dave G fsi [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

- Danny Boy - wrote:
Shes lovely! And yeah, my word is she more powerful than the 1.3! lol. Power on tap all the time for a start, its just so nice! One thing i LOVE, is last night coming home, cruising at about 70 or just under, i was like hmm, ill overtake! So gently put my foot down, and it just went to 90 before i knew it! I was like 'wow, my 1.3 would take about 10 days to do that!' haha.

Im so happy though overall :D


Sounds awesome mate, glad your pleased! :)

Author:  - Danny Boy - [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Splitter will be going on, ive got the one Toby put on there ages ago, and of course my laguna splitter too.

This is Toby's old one which he gave to me.

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Author:  scamp [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:00 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

very nice mate. glad you finally got it :thumbsup:

Author:  rob_fiesta [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:22 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

car looks mint mate

Author:  Mattyboy Esq [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:07 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

I use an electric nut gun, best thing since sliced bread IMO, cost about £80 from machine mart and came with 2 batteries, well worth it!

Car looks good!

Edit: Just read the previous owners Thread on FT, looks like he looked after it and did some tasteful mods, shame he didn't leave the coilovers on. Looks like you bought a good car. :thumbsup:

Author:  jonosi [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

glad the car has gone to a good home as Toby did make it look very nice (seen him driving around in it a few times as he is local to me)

take good care of it now :thumbsup:

Author:  - Danny Boy - [ Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:48 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Yeah its a lovely car all round really, ill get coilovers for it sooner or later, im just going to put my spax springs on there for now just to lower it. I was going to use the shocks but they dont have the ARB drop link bracket, so going to have to use springs only for now. But yeah, overall, it was well looked after and its a lovely car. Just been reading the service history (got an A4 folder jammed with stuff) and its been well looked after by all the previous owners too. So overall, its a really decent car! Will get some better pics soon when shes all clean! :)

Author:  Chris [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:22 am ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Welcome to 1.6 ownership of the green variety.
I remember my first drive in my old one, bumpy and noisy. And when I took it n the dual carriageway.. Scared the shit outta me! It's just revs and revs and revs until you hit about 100. Dosent run out of puff. You'll love it, so much difference between. 1.3/4 it's unreal.
Be good to see it looking shiny and with some of your mods on it.
Tinted rear lights look the best on the green si's ;)

Author:  The Loumiester [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 2:10 am ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

power to the 1.6 Si!!!
i agree with the push to 100, i was driving on the motor and they push to 100 pretty good then slowely edge there way to 110 then down hill with wind behind 125 at a scream lol.

Author:  meilack [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

looks good :)

Author:  onslack [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 10:57 am ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

looks good buddy

glad your happy with it, you have some good plans/mods lined up :thumbsup:

Author:  Elward [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 11:55 am ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

good buy fella, i shall be going from a 1.1 to a 1.6 zetec soon 8-)

Author:  The Loumiester [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:09 pm ]
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Elward wrote:
good buy fella, i shall be going from a 1.1 to a 1.6 zetec soon 8-)

will you be sticking the engine in your current car because it looks emaculate :thumbsup:

Author:  - Danny Boy - [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

Elward wrote:
good buy fella, i shall be going from a 1.1 to a 1.6 zetec soon 8-)


You will notice a HUGE difference in power lol, trust me ;)

Glad everyone likes it so far, im going to give her a wash today hopefully, so will get some better pics up later when ive done that! :)

Author:  DANIELP1991 [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:25 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

looking good mate!!!

good spec on it 2!!

i think im gona have to go zetec soon!

Author:  The Loumiester [ Sun Jan 24, 2010 1:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: TTF Si - Under new ownership :)

still a shame about the old car as it might only be a 1.3 but it looked great

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