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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 06-06-2013, 02:24 PM Thread Starter
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Modding the MKZ?

Anyone planning or has added any modifications to their MKZ?
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Tints, wax and opticoat is all I need. And rust proofing for the winter. I don't really see a point of accessorizing with all the features you can option in from the manufacturer. I'm also not interested in meddling with the engine in risks of voiding the warranty.
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Nope. No need. Except tints.
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aside from tint and aftermarket wheels im leaving it stock, Lincoln did a pretty good job with everything else about this car so that's where it stops for me.
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It would be cool if Lincoln tried to make a performance version of the MKZ as a side project but it does go against what the car was created for. Probably just a one off to see what Lincoln is capable of with a hybrid is capable of.
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In terms of modifications it would ruin the MKZ's image in my opinion. Nothing special for me just wax and tints.
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The most I would ever consider for the MKZ is different aftermarket wheels thats about it.
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I always have the rear windows tinted with a 35 % tint. Helps keep the interior cooler and adds a bit of shade and privacy for the passengers.
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I will be looking for a skirt package for the MKZ most likely end up with oem ones. Tints is a must for me I can;t stand getting in to a hot car especially with black leather seats.
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I will be looking for a skirt package for the MKZ most likely end up with oem ones. Tints is a must for me I can;t stand getting in to a hot car especially with black leather seats.
Ultra violet rays do damage to the interior especially leather. To preserve the interior you should dress the panels with protectant and the leather seats and panels should be condition but tints help the most filtering the rays from getting through.
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