Though I don't yet have the car this morning I have started to receive some "upgrade goodies" for it so thought it time to stick my own progress thread up as opposed to filling the "2013 Fiesta ST" chat thread (And its nice to have your own dedicated project thread lol). So, first, the car. Its a 2013 Fiesta ST in the following spec: Spirit Blue ST-2 Style Pack EATC (Climate control) Nav (With upgraded stereo) It will very much look like this: Meant to be picking her up on the 1st September however issues with removing our CL10 plate from the 200 to put onto Emma's Clio 4 might mean a delay in us picking her up. All depends on when we get the V5 back for the 200. The plan is too keep the car pretty much standard at the very least until we get back from Mexico summer holidays next year. I say this, yet I have the car booked in to have the Mountune Performance 215PS performance package fitted along with the new Mountune intercooler (In black obviously for subtlety reasons). The MP215 package contains the following: Custom aluminium high-flow air box with dual cold air feeds K&N panel air filter Porous lower air feed hose Required hardware/clips Revised engine calibration Mountune Performance Badge (Which I wont be fitting) What does this do in terms of performance gains? It ups the standard 180BHP to 212BHP and on the torque side its upped 10% to 328Nm. On overboost thats 224HP and 340Nm. Not bad for a £600 warranty approve performance package. So the car is booked in to have that fitted as soon as I pick the car up. At the same time I'll be having the new intercooler fitted. The kind man from APC couriers delivered the intercooler this morning. So naturally some pics: As you can see its not the biggest intercooler in the world however we all know what sort of issues running massive intercoolers can cause. Big power but the tendency to overheat the engine. This one is not designed for big numbers in mind. Its designed to compliment the MP215 package for uber reliability. Also the only cooler that maintains the base vehicle warranty. Having not yet driven one of these cars hard, I'm unsure how the brakes will perform under heavy abuse (On track obviously). However, the long term plan is to procure the Mountune 4-Pot ST Big Brake setup. Here the shop pic of the setup: Now just gotta wait to pick the car up now. Will hopefully get some pics of the actual car today as it arrived at the dealers late last night.