Mods vs Warranty

Discussion in '2005 - 2014 Specific V6 Tech' started by rhynost, Jun 21, 2005.


  1. rhynost

    rhynost New Member

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    I picked up a 05 v6 premium about a month ago. I'm interested in putting as much crap under the hood as i can without voiding my warranty. Can anyone give me some insight?

    -Ryan
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    so long as it does not in/directly cause something to go bad you still have a warranty.

    i.e. exhaust can in no way cause the engine to run so lean it detonates BUT if you remove the heads to port and polish them you might have put them on wrong and should something go bad you (not fomoco) are liable.

    oh, and they can tell if you strap a blower to your motor ;)
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  3. machfelon

    machfelon New Member

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    Why Mod up a v6! Should have put the extra $$$ towards a GT!
    Just an opinion!!

    :shrug: :nice:
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  4. kevins05v-6

    kevins05v-6 New Member

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    Why cant he Mod a V-6?????? :shrug:
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  5. chrisc65

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    Instead of a GT...get $7000 in mods = Hell yeah :spot:
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  6. rhynost

    rhynost New Member

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    alright can any1 answer my question??
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  7. Riggs

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    $7000 in a V6 would make a pretty beasty car...........anyway a tune, intake, exhaust won't void a warranty. Pretty muchy as long as you don't do any internals you should be good to go, as long as its not a supercharger.
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