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About Jeff4155

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  • Ford Model
    Fiesta 1.6 Titanium
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  • UK/Ireland Location
  • Annual Mileage
    5001 to 10,000
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    Classic Cars

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  1. Well now that the cats out of the bag about the new 200 ST would you hang on a bit or try and wrestle their price down with the new model soon to be released?
  2. according to Topgear it will have a limited run of 500 units per year. I am guessing this is the last update before the MK8, can't wait to see what the all new Fiesta ST would look like
  3. very nice, but still to expensive for my blood, I just went with the standard HID conversion kit, still working 100% after almost two years
  4. Would be interesting to see if it is possible, but in terms of costs I would just purchase a MK7.5, to answer your question and by just looking at the front ends I would say 1. the Bonnet needs to change 2. front nose 3. lights 4. fog lights 5. grill 6. bonnet logo internally I do think it's still the same vehicle
  5. maybe they save a penny for having to install a red Led?
  6. I have only seen the Orange light once, doubt I will ever see the Red in my part of the world. Ps. its 9:30 in the morning here and already hitting the low 30's
  7. I can recommend Yokohama's R1, so far I have no complaints sins fitting them and have done 6000km so far
  8. Is it not possible to purchase after market Projector housings for the MK6? I'm just thinking this because not a lot of people would go through the stress of doing what you did Kieran, only reason why I did it was because my MK7 Titanium had the projectors, so it was a straight plug and play for me.
  9. Mmmh I'm in the wrong line of work, anyone know if Ford needs a QS
  10. Yes only for iOS, and unfortunately not for MK7 Fiesta's, hoped it would work but doesn't :(
  11. Congrats with the purchase, always a great car to start with, have a look on the forum what the guys have been doing to their babies, of course you guys have the MOT to think about that side of the pond, but I would go for the small stuff first that could be changed back if need be, like De-tango, side lights to Led's, Gell badges etc.
  12. With regards to your question about the Bluetooth streaming, I always just use my Bluetooth to stream music from my iPhone, I plug my phone in the Usb port with my standard iPhone cable when I need a charge, but it doesn't play music through the Usb port only because you need a special cable that plugs into both the Usb and Aux port at the same time and I haven't purchased one yet, so for me the standard streaming through Bluetooth works great and with the new facelift models you should be able to use Apples Carplay if of course you have an iPhone, hope this helps
  13. As said above, you need Projector housing to install HID's otherwise they are useless and blind on coming traffic
  14. I have a 2011 MK7 Titanium with the 1.6 litre petrol engine, I couldn't be happier, overall I get 7.4l/100km this is over a year of driving 90% in town and 10% long distance, so far no big problems, only small problem I have had was the rubber seal around the windows tearing and that I think is because it seals too well, so it causes a suction and pulls and compresses the rubber, but nothing that can't be fixed under warranty. The Titanium spec does come with USB and Bluetooth
  15. Yes that's true, I wanted comfort above boy racer look, the car does ride 1/2 inch higher now because of the tyre change, but I prefer it that way, now the underside of the front end doesn't scrape every time I go over a speed hump or out of my driveway, it still looks low enough not to be mistaken for a 4x4 and it is the same 50 profile that's on the facelift Titanium model, just a wider tyre.