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That company looks legit and all. Is it missing things to help install? I'm just wondering why its so cheap or if I found a good deal.
 

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I have a 2010 as well. I wouldnt chance getting any other CAI other tahn the TRD one. I am all about tuner, but I am more about keeping my warranty. Anything that has to do with performance will be installed by my Toyo dealer. IMHO. Best of luck.
 

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I have a 2010 as well. I wouldnt chance getting any other CAI other tahn the TRD one. I am all about tuner, but I am more about keeping my warranty. Anything that has to do with performance will be installed by my Toyo dealer. IMHO. Best of luck.
do you buy parts and just get them installed there? the dealer install prices are purdy steep, i have a trusted place i've been going to for a long time, so i get good deals :)
 

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xbam27 said:
I have a 2010 as well. I wouldnt chance getting any other CAI other tahn the TRD one. I am all about tuner, but I am more about keeping my warranty. Anything that has to do with performance will be installed by my Toyo dealer. IMHO. Best of luck.
I have the Fujita CAI installed and not worried about the warranty....Sparks Toyota sells them (or did at one time) without any disclaimer on the warranty....DIY of bolt on products will not void the warranty according to the Scion Service department that I deal with...there have been other posts on this that say the same thing.


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As long as the part you install is made for your specific vehicle, is installed properly and is not the direct cause of the issue you are wanting to have serviced under warranty they can not deny your claim.

So basically if you put a honda civic intake on your scion you are not covered, if you use duct tape to attach it to your manifold your not covered, if you put on a turbo and your motor blows your not covered... you get the idea.

If they are blaming your aftermarket part or equipment for causing the failure, ask them to show your or prove to you how that happened. Or ask another mechanic or dealership.
 
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