MSCH2112 said:programmers and chips will void warranties, even if they are restored to factory specs. the computer inside the truck will log the programmer or chip into its memory.
Good advice. I've heard of stealerships voiding warranty work on motors due to headers. And I have a buddy that used to get warranty work done on his Camaro that dynoed at 525 rwhp. The thing sounded like a dragster, and they just pulled it in and did the work. They wouldn't touch his motor of course, but did other work. I also have great history with the same Pontiac dealer. But now they don't sell anything I want. :tdwn:spharis said:Find yourself a good dealer that sells and likes mods. They will not have a problem with mild bolt on type stuff usually.
Put it off until 70,001 miles or 7 years and 1 day. Whichever comes first. Or, put it in and hope nothing breaks down that is too expensive.mattspenc said:Maybe I will put off buying my Superchip until I hit 80k then....