ATP Turbo GTX2860R GEN2 Bolt-On Turbo Kit Ford Fiesta ST 2014-2017

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NOW AVAILABLE - Garrett GEN2 - GTX2860R bolt-on Turbo for the +2014 Fiesta ST Turbo 1.6L, 450+HP capable.

Product Highlights: 

Stock Location, Direct Bolt-on - Internally Wastegated - V-band flanged turbo adapter - Stock turbo flanged downpipe compatible - Stock placement intake pipe compatible. Adapter elbow provided. - New steel braided oil feed and coolant lines provided - Fits stock oil drain tube - High flow charge air pipe (Product Code ATP-FIE-004) included

Application Notes:

Diverter Valve and/or Blow-Off Valve (BOV): The stock turbo has an integrated "electric" diverter valve, which expels boost on throttle lift. The stock turbo compressor housing has an integrated electric diverter valve. Upgrading to a Garrett GT/GTX turbo eliminates the stock electric diverter valve through replacement of the stock turbo. The stock electric diverter valve offers limited flow potential and inadequate for increased airflow from an upgrade performance turbo. Replacement of stock electric diverter valve is necessary; and requires a high flowing mechanical or vacuum actuated valve to handle increased flow on throttle lift from an upgrade performance turbo. Recommend TiAL Q Blow Off Valve (ATP product code: TIL-BOV-007, TiAL Q Blow Off Valve) for best overall performance and reliability. The TiAL Q Blow Off Valve with 1" hose clamp style mounting flange, plugs to the 1" port provided with each ATP Fiesta ST GT/GTX turbo upgrade. Additional requirements to run an actuator hose to blow off valve: 1) Vacuum fitting adapter (ATP product code: ATP-FIE-005, Vacuum Source Block for 2014+ Fiesta ST) 2) 6 feet of vacuum hose (ATP product code: ATP-SIL-246, 3/16” (4.7mm) inner diameter extruded silicone vacuum hose) Note, the Fiesta ST runs perfectly with a vent to atmosphere BOV and will not cause drivability issues. Although we recommend a TiAL Q Blow Off Valve for overall durability, you can use ANY brand of valve you choose and trust. In order to prevent fault code you may disconnect the stock electric diverter valve from your ECU tune. If your ECU tune cannot disable the stock electric diverter valve, you may leave the electrical circuit plugged in to prevent a fault code. Sim- Plug may also simulate the electrical draw of an active stock electric diverter valve.



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