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    Fiesta 1.0 140hp Titanium
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  1. I don't have the answer, but would love to know the solution as well (mainly for the ESP button) I too am from Denmark btw. :-)
  2. You are exactly right, I was actually hoping to find a coiled antenna. My wife's Hyundai I10 has a very short coiled antenna (you can actually see the coils), and it works equally well as the one on my Fiesta. Surely there must exist one for the Fiesta somewhere, the only question is who's the first to find one :-)
  3. biff55 > Thanks for the update, I can tell people on Amazon aren't entirely too happy about it either. Please let me know how the one from ebay works out for you once you get it :-)
  4. I seem to recall someone in here replacing their Fiesta antenna with a shorter model from the B-max. Can anyone confirm whether this works, and whether reception suffers from it ? I dislike the look of the long stock antenna :-D
  5. I'd go for Philips XTremevision plus or Osram nightbreakers instead (both are halogen). Most of the LED kits I've seen have overheating issues, and frankly output less light than a good halogen bulb.
  6. I've had one fitted by the dealer, but whether they used the one from the Diesel I dare not say. All I can tell you is that it's possible to get one that fits - it's not much but I thought I'd chip in anyway :-)
  7. I guess I'd better have them check it then. It's seated properly and doesn't move on its own. However it takes very little force to move it, whereas the other headlight I have to use quite a bit of force to move it. Thanks for the input.
  8. I just replaced the dipped bulbs on my Fiesta (changed to Philips XTreme Vision Plus), and noticed one of the bulbs is slightly loose. The way it's held in place, is by being clicked into 3 pieces of metal which work somewhat like a spring. However in one side of the car they don't appear to fixate it completely. Has any of you guys replaced bulbs and noticed similar behavior, or should I be worried? The car is only 1 month old, so I can easily take it to the dealership and have them look at it for free - it's just a hassle to go there, so if it's nothing I'd rather skip the trip :-)
  9. Thanks for the reply Willy, I've downloaded the PDF now :-)
  10. I haven't had any luck finding the post by Willy - in fact I can't even find the project section any more. I'm clearly looking the wrong places, could you provide a link?
  11. I actually upshift at 3.000 rpm myself normally as well. However if I need to overtake, I'll drop into the lowest possible gear and hit the red line before upshifting (I prefer to get into the proper lane again ASAP) With the 125 I always had to wait half a second or so for the power to come back after upshifting, whereas the 140 has power immediately. It makes a huge difference to me :-) Oh also my picture is obsolete, I sold the black edition and currently drives a 140 Titanium instead (needed the 5 doors)
  12. Hello everyone I'm very close to buying a Mountune short-shifter, however before I do so I'd like to know if anyone has any experience with it? I imagine the throw gets shortened by a fair amount, and as a consequence you'll have to apply more force to change gears. My question is therefore mainly whether it's worth it, or if it starts requiring too much force? Thanks in advance :-)
  13. Having owned a 125 and two 140s I'll say there's a rather large difference between them really. The 125 reaches 62mph in 2nd gear, whereas the 140 needs 3rd gear to do it - that's why there's only 0.4sec difference (the gear change to 3rd takes time after all) The overall gearing of the 140 is lower than on the 125, which means high speed crusing can be a bit loud in the 140 due to higher rpms. On the plus side you get much more torque to the wheels when comparing to same gear in the 125. Plenty of people on youtube actually hit 62mph in less than 8 seconds in the stock 140 - whether they're telling the truth I dare not say, as I haven't timed it myself. The reason I changed from my 125 ZS to the 140 Black Edition was mainly the engine, I felt there was no power everytime I upshifted, even when doing so at 6k rpm. In the 140 I can upshift at 3k rpm and still feel like I have instant power. Furthermore 3rd gear was very dead in my 125, whereas it's my favourite gear in the 140 because it just keeps pulling. I suggest trying the 125 and 140 right after eachother, and I guarantee you'll feel a difference as well :-) My only gripe with the 140 is the gearbox (same as for the 100 and 125) - it's got a very long throw (I'll fix that soon enough though when my Mountune short shifter arrives), and it can't really handle that much torque, meaning most remaps WILL eventually break it (broken synchros for 1st and 2nd gear is a common issue on this forum, and it's normally linked to a remapped engine). Oh and it's only a 5 speed :-(
  14. I'm back to being confused now :-D But sounds like 16" is the way to go then - any 3rd opinions ? :-)
  15. Did you ever find out why some suggest 16" on the passenger side? (this is roughly equivalent to 400mm, and 15" is roughly 380mm)