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This is a discussion on New old guy 2013 wrx first timer turbo question within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by JimboWRX Any tune (which requires flashing your ECU) absolutely affects your warranty claims. If you don't want ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimboWRX View Post
    Any tune (which requires flashing your ECU) absolutely affects your warranty claims. If you don't want SOA denying any claim against your powertrain, you may want to wait until your 5/60K powertrain warranty expires before pursuing any tune. You have to pay to play...
    Nothing affects your warranty. It can't be voided. But yes, your claims can get denied. It's unlikely that you'd get a warranty claim denied for having a stage 1 flash on your car. You just have to have a dealership that won't immediately blame your aftermarket parts.

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    Welcome from another "Grey Head". Just took delivery on my 2014 a couple of days ago. It is super hard to keep it under 4K. It wants to spool up so quick above 2500 rpm.

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