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I thought the tuner sounded like a solid idea.. for me anyway, I don't have the eco mode so the tuner will give that to me for whenever I'm travelling long distances and apparently the WHP and torque increases are quite substantial... for less than $500 Canadian, I'm pretty sure it's a done deal.Welcome! Tune has a 'ghost' mode to not allow anyone to see it, so it should be fine for the warranty...many of us have been rocking it under warranty.
Also use premium gas, gap your plugs to .028-.030, either a SRI or CAI, and exhaust system and it's a pretty mean car! Have fun with it!
P.S. BadNewsRacing usually has a black friday sale; i highly suggest the shark fin antenna, one of the best aesthetic mods you can do IMO
thanks pandrad61.. windows were tinted immediately lol! I had a 2010 fusion before and the brakes were amazing so going to these stock drum crap just feels too softBefore you start tuning i would let the warranty run out as a precaution. You paid for it might as well use it.disk conversion is good upgrade but unless your in very mountenouse area or on the track a lot not needed. 60-70% is done upfront anyway. I would start with a window tint so keep as much uv off the interior and off your skin, nice weather teck hard mats.