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[QUOTE='03Stang]i beleive if u mess with anything (remove, add new things) it voids it[/QUOTE]

that's totally wrong. go to the SEMA website and look up the Moss Magnusen (or something similar) Act.

Basically, the part you change isn't covered (which is fair, as Ford shouldn't cover your new headers), but everything else is covered, unless they can PROVE your work caused the damage you're trying to get covered.

This extends to competition use. But Ford is usually pretty good about amateur drag racing, SVT events, etc.

But you're more likely to have a warranty denied if you dragrace, than swapping parts.

SC, Turbo, and N2O applications are considered stressful, so the entire powertrain can be effected, but Ford generally sends out an engineer to look at the part to determine what happened.

So if you were to disconnect the power adder and try to claim warranty, the evidence (melted piston, etc.) will be there to show if it was a defect or something you did.
 
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