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      12-19-2012, 07:37 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by MKE_M3 View Post
Not pointless to wait. I think the point of waiting is making sure actual defects that should be covered will be covered, not denied based on a mod that *could* have effected something. At this point, any problems would be the OPs, either way.

Say you have a bearing problem from the factory, then your engine fails. BMW covers it. Now say you have the EXACT same car, and you tune it or put a blower on it, whatever, and your engine fails. Based on this scenario, it would have broken either way, but BMW has grounds to deny your warranty claim if your mod *may* have led to the failure. They don't have to prove it caused the failure in order to make your life miserable.

I see it from both sides, but the definitely are reason to wait.
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