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Is MP215 the way to go?

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Just got my new ST (only driven 1000km) and is thinking of getting a tune for it. I wanna keep the warranty on it, so it must be Mp215 that is the way to go? I also want as much torque at high rpm as possible as a NA engine without loosing too much midrange torque - which tune is best for that?

Thanks in advance.
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It's kind of pointles, really... at least for the current owners (those that drive regularly). As I'm assuming the 36m/36k Ford Racing warranty that takes over the car's factory warranty with the new tune likely starts from the day the car was purchased.... so by the time this is released, most of the benefit of getting it through Ford will be a mute point. Once you hit the halfway mark on your car's warranty, you should probably just wait it out and get Cobb or one of the other tuners since being in warranty is the point going with the MP215 or this new FR tune... At least with Mountune you can go up to the Mountune Racing stuff which is what I will likely do when my car is out of warranty...

so really it only makes sense to do FR or MP215 when your car is still fresh and very low in miles.
That's a big part of why they're promoted as dealer-install able options or things you can option at-order. For people who'll only have the car under warranty or are leasing, they're a great alternative to the traditional 'tune-at-your-own-risk' approach. Good on Ford & Mountune for providing us with options.
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Mass Air Flow and Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor airflow metering strategies. The US car uses a different one from the World car.

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Look in the aftermarket parts thread, there's a list of Europe friendly tuning services (including Mountune, Revo and Bluefin)

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