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fiestamadaaron

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About fiestamadaaron

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    Newbie

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    Aaron

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  • Ford Model
    1.6 TDCi Fiesta Zetec
  • Ford Year
    2010
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Perthshire
  1. Mk7 fiesta wheels on a Mk5 Fiesta

    Then they should fit, just like I said make sure they don’t rub and you won’t have a bad time!
  2. Mk7 fiesta wheels on a Mk5 Fiesta

    Hi, Refresh my memory, does the Mk5 axle have a four bolt layout for the wheels? If it does they should fit on, I would just check for the fitment with regards to the clearance of the wheel from the arch and width of the wheel, last thing you want is the wheel being too wide and rubbing off the arch when trying to turn a corner. You should be able to compare the dimensions between a Mk7/Mk8 Fiesta ST wheel and your own wheel to find out the answer. Hope this helps :)
  3. Hi, This may seem like a silly question, but I was wondering whether it’s okay to use an induction kit designed for a 1.6 Ti-VCT Petrol Fiesta on my 1.6 TDCi Fiesta. The induction kit in question is a Pipercross Induction kit (http://www.pumaspeed.co.uk/product-Pipercross-Induction-Kit-Ford-Fiesta-Mk7-Ti-Vct_877.jsp). I have a basic mechanical knowledge, but would like the opinion of someone with a little more experience, as I’m a little paranoid about damaging the engine, and unless I know it’s safe to do, it won’t be getting fitted. Thanks in advance :)