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Ve ss mods that won't void warranty any help please

CustaVeSS

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Hey guys new member here I just brought 2011 series 2 ve ss and I want to know up upgrades and mods I can do and keep my warranty

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Anything you change or modify will no longer be covered. If you change something, then anything connected to that directly or indirectly is no longer covered.
For example, if you increase engine power, 'technically' that voids warranty on: engine, transmission, tail shaft, axles, differential.
 

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as above, if you change exhaust you will lose warranty on your exhaust, etc.

also might depend on relationship with dealer as to how strict they follow the 'rules' when warranty work comes up
 

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Basically little mods like CAI and Exhaust will only void that component..

If you tune it you better have a real good relationship with your service manager because most tunes void all power train components..
 

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Thanks a lot guys

I'll call my dealer Monday morning and see what the go is.

Thanks for the help

James
 

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Oh one more thing

That would include lowering it ay?
 

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Anything you change or modify will no longer be covered. If you change something, then anything connected to that directly or indirectly is no longer covered.
For example, if you increase engine power, 'technically' that voids warranty on: engine, transmission, tail shaft, axles, differential.
Thanks mate btw nice car I use to have a vx clubsport good series the vx
 
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