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Zetec History

Zetec History

28th March 2003

The Ford CVH engine has been around for 20 odd years in one incarnation or another, and even the most recent Turbocharged EFI unit in the FRST is knocking on 13. In that time tuners have pushed the limits, extracting more and more power from it's 1600cc with Hybrid turbos, big valve heads and wild cams. For years the CVH engined cars ruled the roost as the tuneable hot hatch to have. When Ford killed off the Escort and Fiesta… Zetec History »

Advertise on fiestaturbo.com

Advertise on fiestaturbo.com

1st May 2002

Since its lauch as www.fiestaturbo.co.uk in April 2000, fiestaturbo.com has grown and grown to become the biggest and most popular Fiesta site in existance. The site now recieves an average of 10 million hits per month (exact statistics and graphs…

Performance Fiesta Mk3 History

Performance Fiesta Mk3 History

20th April 2001

Right from the early 1980s with the Mk1, Ford has produced performance variants of the Fiesta. It took four years for the first Supersport to appear, followed a year later by the XR2. With the Mk2 it was still a…

About fiestaturbo.com

About fiestaturbo.com

20th April 2001

Originally www.fiestaturbo.co.uk the site was "officially" launched on the 20th April 2000. It quickly grew and with the addition of the message centre, became an established community of performance mk3 Fiesta fans. One year on, we present a total overhaul…

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