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Browsing around and i came across this

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ford...1748764QQcmdZViewItem?_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116

i mean for the price id go for FS just because there well known, and for the customer service. but its just nice to know that more options are coming out. but i mean if the price was right id be all over this

i noticed that this kit doesnt include injectors, and he doesnt mention anything about a tune...so probably has some bugs to work out. but like i said nice to know sum1 is thinking of us lol
 

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No tune because it comes with a piggy back ECU. It has an intercooler so price is about the same as FS stage 2. Says made in Australia, so maybe it is for the fiesta down under?
 

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well that engine pics looks pretty identical to ours?
 

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With a piggyback ecu it would work just fine. Probably want to dyno tune it when first firing it up. Being that it's from down under I would likely go with the FS for being "made in USA" and the easier access to technical support. Australia gets a nice 2.5 turbo hatch of the showroom floor.
 

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there will probably be a fitment issue sinse the battery is turned sideways..
 

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Also, you can't tune a focus piggyback with an AFC, because of adaptive learning, which overrides any changes ultimately. So tuning for a US customer would be required with this kit aswell.
 

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I have seen this kit on ebay before. Looks like a decent kit, but could have some heat soak issues. I would just go to FS since they are like an hour away.
 
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