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jacob bennett

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About jacob bennett

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    jacob

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  • Gender*
    Male
  • Ford Model
    fiesta mk4 1.3
  • Ford Year
    1999
  • UK/Ireland Location
    NeathPortTalbot
  • Interests
    General Automotive
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  1. Hello, I'm new to the forums and want to ask a few questions.. I have got a t2 rs turbo that I would like to add to a 1.6 cammed ka sport engine. I would like to know is there any way that the fiesta rs turbo would fit straight on to the ka engine? If not does anyone know who could possibly make a manifold or even what is the best way I can do this? I would be running low boost as this would be on standard internals? So far I have got the following, ford fiesta t2 rs turbo, boost controller, air filter, intercoller, need to get pipes and also an oil feed. Anyone know the best vaccume pipe to tap in too? Is there anything else I need? Any help will be majorly appreciated!
  2. Help! Fiesta Mk4, 1999!

    Hello i am new to the ford fiesta club. I am wondering if it is possible or if anyone has done this. I have gor the digital type of dials in the car (the one with test when you hold the button). As my car has got 69,000 on the clock i am not worrying about looking ar it yet. So i am wondering if anyone knows how to permanently set the dials to fuel miles to empty setting when you do the test om the speedos. (You do the test by holding the reset mileage stick then turning the ignition on, waiting 5-10 seconds then it happens!) Any help would be grateful!