No.Does anyone know if it comes with the garage door openers built in, pretty sure this is an option on the st. I looked in a RS but it didnt look like it had it. but think this was probly a preproduction model it didnt have the blanking plate on front either
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The engine number is the last eight of the VIN, not the last seven.Customs here in Dubai are asking me for my Rs's engine number but it's still in secure parking at the Port and all the paperwork I have only has the Vin number. Ford in dubai say that the last 7 digits of the VIN are the engine number which seems hard to believe, are they right and if not how can i find the engine number without having access to the car?
Yes. The muffler is part of the aerodynamics of the car and was optimized during wind tunnel testing to achieve zero lift. As far as "how significant", I can't say. I hear things, but I was not on the RS (or Focus) launch team.Does the exhaust muffler have any sort of diffusing effect, smoothing out airflow before it hits the actual diffuser? And how significant is it? I'm assuming not much but I'd like to make sure.
It depends on the work being done. For the head gasket replacement, I unmarried mine. Better safe than sorry for any engine work. Otherwise, what would be the point of reflashing a factory tune? Regardless, yes it can be done. Just install the Cobb Stage 0 tune. It replicates the factory tune.When getting warranty work with a Cobb AP do I need to completely unmarry it or is there a way to just flash the factory tune? I don't think I see a Ford base tune or anything listed.
Most dealers' specials do not include full synthetic oil. Read the fine print.Do Ford dealership oil change promotional offers apply to our cars? Got an ad for ~40 dollar oil change special at my dealer with no other details but "synthetic oil" which is less than the wholesale price of 5w-50 oil. I called to ask but the girl answering did not convince me they'd actually use 5-50.
I won't comment on your mental faculties, but running different tires of the same size won't do any harm to your car.So I am in a position where I have 2 different pairs of tires of the same size: 2 stock Michelin PSSs and 2 Federal RS-RRs, both 235/35-19's. Knowing how the AWD system works, the cheap skate in me can't help but wonder if there would be any harm in running them all together. Of course, I would be putting the same pair in the front and in the back and not side to side. Am I crazy? stupid? both?
Anyone know the part number for the bolt that goes right here? Or does anyone have a spare they’d be willing to sell to me?
@phillofoc, you were very close. That bolt is actually W500215-S309 avaiable at Tasca for $2.81. As for the grommet, I'm afraid it is not released as an end item. The only way to buy from Ford is to the buy the whole air inlet assembly G1FZ-9C623-A ($120.90 at Tasca). Don't shoot the messenger.I didn't see this before. Maybe check your undertray?
You probably stripped the threads (ask me how I know). You'll probably need one of these:
I'm 95% sure this is the bolt: https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-part...mbz1mb2N1cyZ5PTIwMTcmdD1ycyZlPTItM2wtbDQtZ2Fz. The bolt is 25mm long, but the threads are only 20mm (per the description). I don't know if that intake has a grommet or spacer in it. If so, you might want a shorter bolt.
I've been looking for a replacement for the rubber grommet as mine is torn but I can't seem to find one on Tasca (want to sell me yours?).
You're probably better off getting something shorter from the hardware store after you helicoil the bolt hole. The aluminum there is super soft, I barely pulled the trigger of my drill and the hole was already drilled out if you're going to go the helicoil route. The part that you're drilling into is the cam retainer, so you can't really take it off the car to put it in a drill press like you should be doing and don't drill too deep.
U.S.; 494. Canada; 260.How many Race Red RS did Ford deliver to America, for reals?
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Those temps sound about right for normal street driving.Hello, finally got the car back after PTU gasket seal fixed. Question for you guys, what's the normal oil temp and coolant temp? Mines reading 190F on coolant and oil about 180F. The PNW temp is around 0-1C at this time of year so I'm just curious...
Try W527322 or W527338Does anyone know the part numbers for the coolant hose clamps? I read the hose clamps got revised, but when I look it up on Tasca parts I don't pull up any part numbers.