Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Stu » Wed Nov 21, 2007 8:41 am

if price is an issue for a Zorst then I would aks Oom Ben where he got his from that guy did some fine work and it showed at the dyno day - Good stuff Oom Ben :smt023
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby JacquesST » Wed Nov 21, 2007 9:08 am

Stu wrote:if price is an issue for a Zorst then I would aks Oom Ben where he got his from that guy did some fine work and it showed at the dyno day - Good stuff Oom Ben :smt023


Pretty need also hey i think it was alot of man hours in that one
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Oom Ben » Tue Dec 04, 2007 12:24 pm

Thanks guys :lol:
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Kyoto » Sun Dec 23, 2007 10:31 am

When it comes to exhaust on N/A cars there is a whole science behind it. The sectrets to extracting performance comes from the ID sise of the piping, the colector design (key component), the angle of pipes merged, lenght of primary vs secondary merges & collectors, etc. Due to no artificial / external force other than piston movement expeling the air, from the combustion chamber, scavenging is critical to a N/A cars. Through a good desing and build one can determine what kind of response and performance you can expect, hence most custom proffesional pipes are very expensive and purpose built.

On my dyno I have seen how a 10cm lenght difference between primary and secondary collectors affects power delivery, and shifts the points of peak power and peak torque.

Just some info as I manufacture custom turbo kits and invested time and money in learning what works and what doesent on a dyno. Some good write ups on theory at Burns Stainelss Steel in the US.

FYI - I do not manufacture kits for N/A cars, mainly because a good custome exhaust manifold made of Inconel, maderell bent to a true radius, and tiged up is around 15- 20K....and not many buy them as there is no real application for them in SA. LOL
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby lanley » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:21 pm

Deen wrote:dont even go there... its a waste of money... IMHO. you might as well go for a normal decat and 57mm system for R2k and get about 2kw less on the dyno... the full miltek system is about R13k :shock:



How much gains do u get with a decat and 57mm system. Does it make the car sound more rougher.

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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Stu » Tue Mar 18, 2008 9:50 am

the zorst is tricky
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby EvoBunny » Wed Sep 17, 2008 7:43 pm

Quick Q... if this is a Fiesta thread, why is it in the Focus section?
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Stu » Thu Sep 18, 2008 7:44 am

Its not ;-)
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby jarvhoST » Thu Oct 09, 2008 5:34 pm

its in the Fiesta Part of the site...
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby phoenix racing » Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:07 am

:lol: hi were can i get this cos i want to fit a new exhaust before i fit my supercharger kit

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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Drifter » Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:48 am

You can import via Duigan brothers. Get ready for about R14K though.
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby phoenix racing » Tue Nov 18, 2008 2:21 pm

:shock: is it worth getting it or not whoo can show me that it works cos its a lot of money im spending on the supercharger and cams and intake and i want all to work well and not waiste my time and money

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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Drifter » Tue Nov 18, 2008 3:07 pm

Just contact Steve from Steve Wyndham Racing. Get his 4-2-1 Racing branch for the Fezzy. Best money you can spend. [email protected] or Steve at 082-826-1510.
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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby Mean_ST » Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:27 pm

phoenix racing wrote::shock: is it worth getting it or not whoo can show me that it works cos its a lot of money im spending on the supercharger and cams and intake and i want all to work well and not waiste my time and money


you know that getting a supercharger will cost you +60k and you are complaining about 14k :roll:

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Re: Milltec Sport Exhaust System for a Ford Fiesta ST150

Postby phoenix racing » Wed Nov 19, 2008 8:02 am

the 60k is not a prob cos i know ill get power from it but 14k is alot for a zorst if it works ill get it i got a 100k to spend on the car so i only want the best and stuff that works so who has the kit on there car and wat improvements do they have above the stock ST

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