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We, at Strange Development, were contacted about the availability of a strut tower brace for the Fusion.  Strange Development is new to the automotive aftermarket.  We are currently launching our first publicly available product, a lightweight strut tower brace for the Ford Mustang GT.

Members from this forum contacted us about the availability of a strut tower brace utilizing the same technology but built for the Fusion.  We were planning on developing these types of braces for other cars but if there is interest I could convince our engineering to expedite a brace for the fusion.

If there is interest in this technology developed for the Fusion please email us at our product recommendation address, [email protected].  If we receive enough interest we can make a business case to our engineering department.  Please title emails Ford Fusion Request.

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John
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Strange Development
www.strangedevelopment.com
 

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Good idea on the brace, but looking at the Mustand car that you offer, it only bolts on using two bolts. Not enough to really make a difference, in my opinion.

I've used strut bars before, and the more the better when it comes to how it attaches.
 

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Would the average person even notice the difference with a front strut brace? How about a Mustang-style pyramidal front end brace?
 
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