I saw something talking about how the awd and custom driveline was not the hardest part of building the car. The 2.0L was so much bigger physically that it required tons of fab to fit between the fiesta's much narrower chassis. Already, our 6-speed gear box is from the fusion and it have to have the case modified to fit. All the 2.0L stuff is much bigger. So we'll prob never see a normal person built 2.0L powered fiesta for 10-15 years. When they build a car that was meant to be fwd and they make it awd and they say the hard part was the making the engine fit, then that's pretty crazy.
Even if you stand over the 2.0L without the engine cover, then stand over the 1.6L, it makes the 1.6L look like a bad ass commercial lawn mower engine compared to the 2.0L.
Ever seen a B16 honda motor next to a H22? Its about the samething, lol. Although, the B16 is even bigger physically than the fist motor.
My mom has a normal fiesta. First time i saw here motor ( because oil change retarded left her oil filter loose ), I about laughed myself into a coma. It was like seeing a 1996 ford aspire engine.
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Another Ken Block Fiesta drive . . .
Same video in both your linksKen Block - Fiesta again