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This is a discussion on warranty within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; well i installed a blitz nurspec exhaust and my bro and mom chewed me out saying id void the warranty ...

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    well i installed a blitz nurspec exhaust and my bro and mom chewed me out saying id void the warranty by doing stuff like this...i just wanted to know what i should worry about and the things that would actually void the warranty...thanks

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    a cat back exhaust shouldn't void anything.....its last in line....I put a helix cat back on mine so that I wouldn't void any warrantys..........I don't think they can blame tranny or motor problems on a cat-back exhaust...

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    sure they can....

    because the exhaust is connected to the turbo. If you start to have turbo problems....let's say the turbo overspun and caused a overboosting CEL....less back pressure means the turbo can spin easier.

    That cat back exhaust has the ability to improve the power....so it does affect the engine!!!

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