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      10-31-2012, 02:39 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by M3PO View Post
Even if it is installed by McKenna, it won't be covered. In fact, not only will it not be covered but the warranty company will use it AGAINST you in pretty much any repair involving the powertrain.

Your best bet is to start you own little "insurance fund". Put away a few grand (m3an will suggest investing it in the mean time lol) so that when something goes wrong you aren't caught off gaurd.
yessir; even 5-10 grand at a few percent is something. And if or when by the time something happens, you'll be able to have the cash on hand