New Ford Fiesta ST and Puma ST Mountune boast 256bhp

Rodolfo Schellin

Mountune has released a new tuning kit for the new Ford Puma ST and Fiesta ST, which boosts electrical power and torque to 256bhp and 365Nm.

With the new m260 pack mounted, the entrance-push Fiesta ST edges towards supplying ranges of effectiveness sent by the drastically additional pricey 257bhp Toyota GR Yaris, while its Japanese rival need to however be quicker of the two off the line, many thanks to its all-wheel push.

The kit contains an induction kit, demand kit and intercooler and prices £675, although earlier owners who had previously upgraded their Fiesta ST with the m230, or before m225 kit will be charged £99 for the additional potent engine re-map.

As very well as additional electrical power, both equally kits are also mentioned to improve the exhaust noise, introduce a additional aggressive start regulate and a new anti-theft method. The two the factory-fit particulate filter and catalytic converter stays in position and undisturbed.

“The Fiesta ST is a system that we previously know very well from our m225 and m235 electrical power updates, but m260 seriously improves this previously spectacular vehicle even even further,” mentioned Mountune’s founder, David Mountain, introducing: “Fiesta ST owners are a devoted bunch who appreciate having as a lot effectiveness as they can out of their cars, and we just can’t wait around to start off offering our hottest electrical power enhance to them.”

Like right before, owners who enhance with Mountune can change their engine calibration working with the tuner’s personal Smartflash smartphone or tablet app. 

The m235 enhance previously available on the Fiesta ST is now available on the Puma ST SUV, using electrical power to 232bhp and 350Nm of torque. This bundle is priced from £575.

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