We would love to see some pictures of this intake installed in your FiST! If you have some pictures of this installed on your car, post them up in this thread!
|The mountune Fiesta ST Induction Upgrade includes a uniquely constructed aluminum air box with a secondary cold air feed point. Additionally, the air box has been engineered with features that reduce the delta pressure drop by 2kPa that when coupled with the included K&N air filter, provide a 21% increase in airflow. The mountune Fiesta ST Induction Upgrade provides the foundation for further performance upgrades with an engineered approach that retains the OE appearance and reliability while providing a rich, deep induction note that reflects performance. |
• Powder coated aluminum air box base
• K&N high flow air filter
• Additional cold air feed
• Easy installation
• Retains original air box cover
• Compatible with Ford "FGEK" ECU (USA Only)
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You should be able to see detail in that one but for whatever reason, this forum software cuts pictures off.can you please take another pic zoomed out a little more?
Same pic in link form (can view the full image): http://oi42.tinypic.com/vhrvbl.jpgYou should be able to see detail in that one but for whatever reason, this forum software cuts pictures off.
Essentially, it's a replacement for the lower airbox and the filter with another source of air induction while still utilizing the factory snorkel.
I plan on it in the near future.May as well get the short shift kit too since you need to pull the air box to install that
No. As this kit is more so a refined OEM style intake that utilizes the factory top portion of the intake box. Where as the Cobb unit eliminates the factory box altogether.would one be able to run both the COBB intake and this mountune inductionkit?
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Not quite on the bolded. Cobb's actually uses the lower portion of the factory airbox.No. As this kit is more so a refined OEM style intake that utilizes the factory top portion of the intake box. Where as the Cobb unit eliminates the factory box altogether.
Not quite on the bolded. Cobb's actually uses the lower portion of the factory airbox.