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  1. 1.0 ecoboost 180bhp

    Mountune obviously have the MR165 map for the Mk7.5 Ecoboost which isn't warranty friendly and requires the larger intercooler and several hoses to be changed: https://www.mountunestore.com/collections/mk7-fiesta-1-0t/products/fiesta-b299fox-mr165-power-upgrade-kit I believe @Willy had the MR165 map on his Mk7.5 before he got his 5 door Mk7 ST. **Edit** I notice that he's just posted in the Mountune 165R thread here with an update for the Cat Back exhaust as well:
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    I do like that Microsoft gave me 3 months of Xbox Live subscription (£14.99) after a error on their part meant I lost £5 credit.
  3. Home CCTV advice

    It does look more like a 2.5" drive than 3.5". Nothing more I can get from the description. @mustang86 I would advise that you try and contact the seller to confirm the HDD size before spending any money. It's either 2.5" or 3.5" internal drive. If you have any spare HDD's to check then it may help to confirm size of the internal compartment.
  4. Home CCTV advice

    This photo shows that there is room for an internal HDD to be fitted: I would hazard a guess that once a HDD is fitted, the OS will allow it to be formatted for use appropriately (or there will be some setup process to do this).
  5. Home CCTV advice

    Link posted just took me to the ebay login screen. Not to worry, used the item number to find it: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/7-Wireless-960P-4CH-LCD-CCTV-Camera-Kit-WiFi-Monitor-Home-System-Night-Security/292423271621?hash=item4415c904c5:g:OI4AAOSwj1haaaL0 Doesn't give much to go on unfortunately. The only reference to the HDD is SATA which is the connection type. Size wise, it looks in the picture as if it's a 3.5" drive so you can choose from anything up to 4TB in capacity. https://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/hard-drives-internal/sata-iii-500gb-6tb-av ***EDIT*** The more I look at the picture, the more I think that the HDD size is 2.5" and is a laptop type drive. If this is the case they you're looking at something like this: https://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/hard-drives-internal/sata-iii-25inch
  6. Home CCTV advice

    If you've still got a link to the item then post it. It's almost certain that you just need to get a normal HDD though the WD Purples are built for NVR use and cost a bit more than the HDDs you would chuck into a PC. Once the HDD is installed you would then just normally run the format/setup on the NVR so that it recognises the HDD.
  7. Somebody on the FiST OC forum found a copy of the German brochure if anybody is interested. kpl-fiesta-st-21802104s.pdf
  8. Home CCTV advice

    If the system (NVR) has space for a hard drive then you should look for something like the Western Digital Purple drives which are specifically designed for recording boxes: https://www.wdc.com/en-gb/products/internal-storage/wd-purple.html
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  10. Sync 3 version 3

    To be honest, I can't recall if the file was a *.log file or not. I upgraded my Sync 1.1 ages ago now and normal log file types are *.log. If Sync users XML then that's probably what to look for on the USB stick.
  11. Sync 3 version 3

    After the update has been carried out in the car, the system will create a file ending .log . Using the link in the previous post, enter your VIN (if you don't have this to hand then visit www.etis.ford.com and enter your reg plate) and click the Confirm Update button. On the next screen the button reads Browse for log file whereby you just need to look on the USB stick for the .log file that has been created.
  12. Sync 3 version 3

    Visit https://www.ford.co.uk/owner/resources-and-support/sync-bluetooth/update#/ From here it allows you to upload the log file.
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    Gotta hand it to you Lenny, you don't shy away from DIY
  14. Car Lights stay on?

    If the tyre keeps losing pressure then it could be the valves are damaged, there is a puncture or some other damage to the alloy that is letting air out. Might be worth checking with a local tyre garage if you don't trust Evans Halshaw.
  15. The clear55 code is worse than the sale55 code that EuroCarParts list on the website right now. Example: Brembo Brake Pad (Front) Product Code : 10159166A - £54.99 clear55 code: £36.84 (saving £18.15) sale55 code: £30.24 (saving £24.75)