A trick I once saw another Fuerte do is Focus at about max range, dash cancel forwards and Guacamole. Catches people who like to jump to avoid FAs. Of course, this requires that you read your opponent and doesn’t work against people who stay grounded.
I also like doing a run right into my opponent while he’s on the ground, lk cancel then Focus, or a short back run, cancel then focus. Most people will be able to anticipate the focus if you just do it from standing or a walk. However, do it right after a run-stop, and they would have been expecting a splash, slide or tortilla. On top of that, the little run or backstep would have messed up their spacing. The time it takes them to realise you just ran out of range AND switched to doing a focus is enough for you to get your charge to level 2. From there you can backstep, run in again or just release. It’s of course not the best option, but it means you have the opponent expecting one kind of mix up, then he quickly has to react to a completely different mix up, and during this changeover of mindset, a lot of people flinch and you can hit them with bullcrap that usually won’t land.
On his backstep, it’s got the same animation as the lk cancel for the run. The lk cancel recovers faster and can itself be cancelled though, so throw that in a few times and your opponent will be a little confused.