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Old 08-11-2010, 02:15 PM
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No, the Flowmaster will not void your warranty.Tthe M-M warranty act says that the manufacturer cannot insist that you buy their brand parts to maintain your warranty. If they tell you that you must run their brand part to keep your warranty intact, they are obligated to provide that part free of charge. By that same token, if an aftermarket part fails causing damage, the factory warranty isn't obligated to cover the damage but the manufacturer of the failed part may offer some sort of coverage.
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