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Ford Fiesta ST Catted Downpipe

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Product Code: 501200

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Description

The COBB Stainless Steel Catted Downpipe for the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST is a direct replacement unit which features full 304 stainless steel construction, cast/machined turbo flange and a high quality metal spun catalytic converter.


Why?

The COBB Stainless Steel Catted Downpipe for the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST is a direct replacement unit which features full 304 stainless steel construction, cast/machined turbo flange and a high quality metal spun catalytic converter. All of these features combine into an excellent replacement for the power robbing factory unit!


Features
Ford Fiesta ST Catted Downpipe
  • Cast/Machined Turbo Flange
  • Full 304SS Construction
  • 4" Flex Section
  • 200 Cell Count Metal Spun Catalytic Converter
  • 3? SS Up to Catalytic Converter, 2.5? SS From Flex to Flange


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Ford Fiesta ST Catted Downpipe is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Decent Performance Upgrade... Might need the catback too Installed this over the weekend. At this point I basically I have a full stage 3 package minus the cat-back exhaust. Overall I'm seeing about 50 ft-lbs of additional torque, less lag, and more consistent power. Would definitely recommend. Compared to stage 2, I am seeing the extra .5 psi of boost, but not much extra torque. Only 10 ft-lbs more. It is 20 degrees warmer then when I took the stage 2 numbers, so I suspect I will see better results as it cools. I don't know if the instructions where just wrong or if the FiST that Cobb tested was slightly different than mine, but the instructions for detaching the manifold heat shield where wrong. My heat shield has 2 parts. The portion over the exhaust manifold can be removed just like Cobb says, but there is another portion attached the stock down pipe that also has to be removed and cannot be reattached to the Cobb downpipe. The instructions don't mention this 2nd piece at all. I removed it and all seems well so far. Also we had to heat the downpipe with a torch to loosen the o2 sensors from the stock down-pipe. The instructions don't mention that but it worked and after 3 days the o2 sensors are still functioning.
Date published: 2014-12-15
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