Tune vs Warranty after reflash

Discussion in '2010 - 2014 Specific Tech' started by Lordstout, Jul 20, 2011.

  1. Does ford offer any tunes that they cover? The BAMA tune seems like the only safe way to go if they truly stand behind what they say.
  2. If your priority concern is warranty, keep the car stock. If you're wanting a night & day difference in your car's performance with minimal risk, tune it with a reputable tuner. I've had a Steeda 93 octane tune since 1,000 miles. The car has 22,000 on it now and couldn't be stronger. My dealer is cool as can be but if i fry a valve or piston, i dont expect them to cover it eventhough at this point it definiely would not be steeda's fault. You just have to decide your priority and personal risk/ reward factor.