The new Ford Puma is not exactly the ideal factor that Blue Oval fans have heard in the course of the earlier several years, considering that its oblique predecessor is the rare Racing Puma. Introducing insult to the damage, of training course, is the modern Puma’s crossover entire body.
But Ford needs these detractors to overlook that naming ruckus by releasing the Puma ST. Virtually a Fiesta ST on stilts, the Puma ST makes use of the identical a few-pot EcoBoost mill to inspire its slightly lifted entire body with 197 horsepower and 320 Newton-meters (236 pound-ft) of torque.
But if individuals numbers aren’t sufficient, Mountune has a little something for new Puma ST owners. Very first created out there for the Fiesta ST, the m235 overall performance update kit is now out there for the Puma ST, simply put in by means of the tuner’s Bluetooth OBD dongle and SMARTflash application operating on any smartphone or pill. As the name implies, peak power output will be 235 metric horses (232 hp) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque.
But wait, there’s far more. Mountune also releases the m260 aftermarket overall performance kit, even further expanding the Puma ST’s peak power output to 260 metric horses (256 hp) and 365 Nm (269 lb-ft) torque.
Even superior, the m260 kit is also compatible with the Fiesta ST, with a £99 (~$140) promo if the Fiesta ST owner is upgrading from m225 or m235.
The m235 overall performance update kit is priced at £575 (~$814), but Mountune recommends obtaining the induction kit to extract the most overall performance from the update kit.
The m260 upgrade is marketing for £675 (~$956) but Puma ST and Fiesta ST owners really should include the induction kit, cost pipe kit, and intercooler to finish the update. Mountune also recommends working with 97 octane fuel in their cars if they desire to achieve the described power outputs and to keep engine reliability.