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Old 10-31-2014, 02:43 AM   #1
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Incidentally, I talked to my local Ford Service Manager while in for my F150 Ecoboost & he assured me that if I put a Roushcharger on a new Mustang he'll treat it like any other warranty unless there was "obvious abuse". Gee, a common sense approach! Some Ford Service Managers actually have a brain, & no stick up their tailpipe! I had an '08 with a Roush Supercharger on it & was told "Your entire warranty is voided!" to "No problem!" based on the intelligence or ignorance of the Ford employee! For Ford to void a warranty the "burden of proof" is on Ford to show that the car was abused & the modification caused the car to be damaged! Judges usually apply common sense to cases contrary to what some like to believe.

I sold it for $25,000. Boo Hoo!
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Old 10-31-2014, 03:14 PM   #2
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It depends on the approach. Technically/legally, your entire factory drive train warranty would be voided by Ford after installing the Roush blower.
But that is the technicalities of who's warranty covers what parts once installing warrantied performance parts by an authorized dealer.
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