Fiesta ST 1/4 quarter mile drag race time
http://www.Boostaholics.com - How fast can the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST run the quarter mile drag race? Shot at Orlando Speedworld during the heat of summer, watch as Fiesta Movement agent Michael Berenis runs the 1320 to set the standard quarter mile time for the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST. Official time: (10:08 AM 8/SEP/2013 *95F 85% humidity @ sealevel) R/T: .680 60': 2.359 330: 6.609 1/8: 10.407 (65.83 mph) 1/4: 16.042 (86.63 mph) Special thanks to the following camera operators: Michael Sarricchio: https://www.facebook.com/michael.v.sarricchio Sam Baxter: https://www.facebook.com/samuel.j.baxter Harley Dunkle: https://www.facebook.com/harley.dunkle Read more about this video by visiting: http://www.examiner.com/article/2014-ford-fiesta-st-sets-quarter-mile-drag- racing-time http://www.torquenews.com/106/2014-ford-fiesta-st-nears-89mph-quarter-mile- video http://autoholics.com/2013/09/11/-2014-Ford-Fiesta-ST-Quarter-Mile-Drag-Tim e-704556 #FiestaMovement - Check out my Fiesta Movement agent profile and follow along with me as I continue to test, research, and push the limits of the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST! http://www.fiestamovement.com/agents/MichaelBerenis Agent for the #FiestaMovement. Ford provided me with a 2014 Ford Fiesta, gas, insurance, and admin costs. http://disclosur.es/aQ0FZC
2014 Ford Fusion 2.0L Turbocharger Bypass Valve Sounds
Ford has done a remarkable job of keeping the new Ford Fusion very quiet, when it is naturally a very noisy machine. The GDI, or Gas Direct Injection fuel injectors make quite a racket when the hood is lifted up. The insulation on the hood blocks all of that noise. The turbocharger's Boost release is muffled to the point of not being heard at all. This is apparently accomplished by the stock factory air filter element. As an experiment, I removed the air filter element and closed the airbox back up. The sound of the bypass valve becomes quite evident with the filter removed.
2013 Ford Fusion Wind Tunnel Test
Ford Motor Company's wind tunnel facilities do much more than just create wind—they can simulate a full-blown Canadian blizzard or Arizona's desert heat. The automaker's six wind tunnels in Detroit -- including its state-of-the-art Driveability Test Facility -- are virtually replacing the real world, playing a large role in reducing the cost and time it takes to bring new products to market. Every year, Ford treks to such faraway places as Arizona, Florida, Colorado, and Canada, putting vehicles through a battery of tests under extreme environmental conditions—heat, cold, high and low altitudes. Engineers prove-out and calibrate vehicle components, such as powertrains, air-conditioning, heating, cold starts and engine performance. These trips -- as many as 50 a year -- can cost up to $20,000 each and it can take up to two years to complete the testing.
Ford Fusion 2.0T ecoboost vs mustang V8 4.6