My Ford Figo

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My Ford Figo

Postby SavagePenguin23 » Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:02 am

Hey guys I've had my ford Figo for over a year and wanna do something to the engine does anyone know about what I could do to it without spending money straight away???

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Re: My Ford Figo

Postby st for life » Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:43 am

what gains are you wanting, what are you looking for performance wise
Current 2015 ford figo 1.4(Mods)
Powerflow xhuast
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ex 2006 Fiesta ST with mods

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Re: My Ford Figo

Postby ricardo930927 » Tue Sep 01, 2015 10:26 am

Well as someone who is nearly completed a turbo conversion on a figo... and someone who knows the figo's very well...I can without a doubt say if u don't plan on keeping ur car for over 10 years and if you have no technical experience yourself... I'd say do nothing more than a drop and a nice set of takkies.... to get any real fun power out of a figo is going to cost you. You could easily spend R10k on free flow and re tune and u would still not be happy with its "performance" as I learned the hard way. Unless you plan on going forced induction and have R30k to play with I would honestly say don't's a lot of hassle...nice sound system and set of mags and nothing more... If you want power for a fair price... sell your figo and buy 2 litre fistST.... you could trade your car and get oke with decent km... and you will have better torque and power for basicly no cost.. just the trade in

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Re: My Ford Figo

Postby Assassin » Mon Sep 21, 2015 3:39 pm

Agreed. Any mod on a 1.4 car does not make much of a difference, especially up here at the reef. Forced induction would be the best but with my experience and not even done yet, it is really REALLY expensive.

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Re: My Ford Figo

Postby cossieboy » Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:48 pm

You have some money laying around . Mod it . My 1600 is making almost 100 kw now as to 69 kw from factory .

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