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UTI’s Ford Fiesta

 

We thought we’d end this week with something fun and flashy so we’re featuring this brand spanking new 2011 Ford Fiesta from Universal Technical Institute and the Tjin Edition crew.

This Fiesta is unlike any other not only because of its flashy DuPont paint job and 18×7.5″ FIVE:AD R6:F rims, but because it was outfitted with one of a kind prototype air struts and double bellow air springs from Air Lift to allow 6″ of travel to make sure this ride stays as comfortable as possible no matter what ride height it sits at.

Custom rear brackets and Air Lift double bellow air springs were installed to complete the front and rear air suspension setup.

The car was conceived by UTI and built by Neil Tjin and his crew as a promotional raffle for SEMA 2010 and has spend the last few months touring North America as a part of the Tjin Edition Tour.

This Fiesta was meant to turn heads and jamming two tanks and one mighty big compressor into the back seat space gave this once family car almost enough trunk space to pick up some groceries on weekends.

Nothing short of Air Lift’s Autopilot digital management was installed to make sure the UTI Fiesta keeps proper pressure in all four corners.

Check out the rest of the pictures by Gene Tjin and have a great weekend folks!

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