The rear suspension is looking good. The twist beam has no adjustment for alignment so we are all done.
When getting ready to do the front suspension we noticed this unusual box bolted to the front strut. We were curious about what it was.
When examining it we saw that it was really heavy and had a moveable weight inside. It was a large mass damper placed to reduce NVH.
Since we are not super anal about NVH and more interested in getting rid of a couple of pounds of unsprung weight we tossed it in the trash.
As you can see here the Suspension Techniques front strut is much shorter than the stock Ford part. Again this is done to preserve bump travel in a lowered car.
A problem with the Fiesta ST front strut towers is that the strut tops will not allow access to the camber plate adjuster bolts. If you want to make the adjuster easily accessible you are going to have to cut the strut tower out. We used a hole saw to do this. If you don't do this, the strut will have to be unbolted from the car every time you want to adjust camber.