But that's not necessarily a bad thing, I can imagine this is far easier to live with than the MK7 day to day. How do you find the seats? I know this might sound stupid but what is the difference between the fiesta Mk7 and mk8 hatchback? 18 Feb 2019 at 17:08 #5. 1.6 vs 1.5 (Mk7.5 vs Mk8) Hey! Has more torque and it's noticeable (Than a STOCK mk7), Dies off more quickly at higher RPM (example: third gear on the MK7 keeps on going but MK8 is stronger at low-end), It takes longer for the revs to return to idle, It oddly takes much longer to get up to temperature. I'd imagine they will become a little softer with more miles as I'm still on less than 250 miles in mine. I’ve loved every moment of owning it so far, but now I’m getting a little bored of it and looking at moving on to something new within the next year. @djioor I wonder if the throttle mapping is way more aggressive at lower speeds or something, because at 20-40 mph it feels way more urgent than my Mk7. You currently have javascript disabled. I wonder if the throttle mapping is way more aggressive at lower speeds or something, because at 20-40 mph it feels way more urgent than my Mk7. I currently have a MK7.5 Fiesta ST (1.6) stage 1 plus a few other mods. I made the same change myself. However mostly on ebay and some site i'm finding that they're marked as mk7. The perfect gift for any Auto enthusiast: Get a Complete Service and Repair Manual for your car, http://shotgatesalvage.co.uk/images/035.JPG, http://fiestamk7.com/blog/wp-content/up ... ec-S-3.jpg, http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/7/3/2/4/ ... 1796_o.jpg, Re: Difference between fiesta mk7 and mk8, http://www.fiestamk7.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=597. I think there is nothing at all different.. Skip to content. If you let the car get to temperature it drives as smooth as any other car, it is indeed better than the 1.6 in this regard. I used to own the 1.6 and own a 1.5 now. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. The 1.5 is miles ahead regarding smoothness and power delivery, boost happens so low in the range that it almost feels like an N/A. Wise Guy. by Seans_Fes_Mk7 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 2:59 pm, Post It's easy to drive it hard and fling into corners, and yet it's still very engaging. 6. I suppose my question is, has anyone went from the 1.6 to the 1.5? TL:DR Overall it's a car that seriously compliments the driver. by Oggy » Tue Oct 18, 2011 3:50 pm, Post by purple97 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 1:25 pm, Powered by phpBB® Forum Software © phpBB Limited, General car related chat, questions, advice and important information about FiestaMk7.com. I'm sure I'll get the itch eventually, but I could happily drive this car to it's death. Cabin: feels far better insulated, much quieter than my MK7. And then at motorway speeds it feels way way less urgent and actually just slower than my Mk7 MP215 did. 7955718, "Driver and Passenger front seat adjustable lumbar support", This is not recommended for shared computers. Thanks to all guys....so looks like it's going to be quite a mission finding the right parts. DereksDontRun. Adjusting the Lumbar Supporthttp://www.fordservi...&userMarket=GBR, Community Forum Software by IP.BoardLicensed to: FiestaSTOC.com - Club Network Limited - No. It feels (and is) likes a bigger car, almost like a cross between the MK7 Fiesta ST and Focus ST. Quick links. Even the seat heaters felt better integrated into the seat, I could swear I could feel it on my shoulders rather than just lower back. I will be changing in the near future regardless, just deciding what to. It's a three cylinder so when the car is idling, especially with A/C on it will slightly vibrate but it completely goes away if you start moving or if you turn air conditioning off. by purple97 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 3:41 pm, Post Good review. And then at motorway speeds it feels way way less urgent and actually just slower than my Mk7 MP215 did. I currently have a MK7.5 Fiesta ST (1.6) stage 1 plus a few other mods. @djioor Engine: felt quicker and naughtier at low speeds, but less so at motorway speeds. MK8 has a lot of extra toys though - Having Sync3 w/Android Auto and the B&O speakers are the biggest interior upgrades for me over the MK7! i dont think there is a mk8 yet, you have european, UK and USA versions, the main difference between EU and US, but i know there is no mk8 as yet, probably a facelift to the mk7 next year with the new ST, the first picture u posted was a mk6 before the facelift. I suppose my question is, has anyone went from the 1.6 to the 1.5? MK8 is more comfier (on 18" wheels) but only very slightly - it's still going to shake you about! No issues with reliability on either, but I don't mod. Makes the MK7 feel very old school in comparison. General Discusion & Site Information (Non Fiesta Mk7 Related) General . You could get it to be the same with a tune and lighter flywheel, but there’ll be a lot more vibration. Downsides: It's not as 'raw' and has lost some of preciseness. I find the seats way nicer than the MK7 in terms of appearance but they do pinch my big bum a little bit which I notice at first but then quickly forget about. I’ve loved every moment of owning it so far, but now I’m getting a little bored of it and looking at moving on to something new within the next year. Engine: felt quicker and naughtier at low speeds, but less so at motorway speeds. by andyessex » Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:25 pm, Post The ST-3 has adjustments for Lumbersupport I dont think ST-2 has it though... nope the Ford site says this for the ST-3"Driver and Passenger front seat adjustable lumbar support" by purple97 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 4:18 pm, Post General Discusion & Site Information (Non Fiesta Mk7 Related), ↳   Wiring Diagrams / Workshop Manuals Requests, ↳   OBP Ltd - 10% Discount too FiestaMk7.com Members, ↳   Opie Oils - 10% Discount too FiestaMk7.com Members.

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