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Old 12-01-2001, 11:35 PM   #8
jesse370
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Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: collingswood nj
Vehicle:
2005 g-35
ivory pearl

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I went to SEMA's website and from what I gathered that it is up to SOA to decide about your warranty not the dealer. I wouldn't trust that, even if the dealer says it leaves the warranty safe. If SOA caught wind of that, and you had a engine or tranny failure they could link to a engine mod, and goodbye claim.

Also the subaru dealer I am currently dealing with WILL not install any parts that are not subaru parts. Well except the sti parts, they don't install those either.
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