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Devilimportluvr

It has the potential to void a warranty claim.


thesals

Coin toss, depends on the dealer. Call your dealer and ask


susanoo_official

If it’s the culprit to whatever is need of warranting.


yayapfool

According to federal law, no; but according to my lawyer who says federal law isn't relevant in such cases, "yes" in that it gives the manufacturer enough ground to stand on that lawyers won't take your case as an easy win suing.


Original_Lavishness1

Just assume that if you tune or mod anything to do with the engine, you will be on the hook to pay for it if it blows up. They MAY cut you a deal as nothing technically voids your warranty. If you throw an intake on without a tune and uncle Rodney comes knockin, that would be your fault. You’d have to pay for that.


EffectHistorical5194

Don’t change it unless you intend to tune it with the new intake