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      04-22-2013, 03:41 PM   #425
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Originally Posted by e92sport View Post
So in reality, if you encounter any issues with the car that need to be handled through warranty, flashing it back to stock and taking it in for service wouldn't do anything as they can still put you at fault.

So Cobb is actually the worst out of all tunes pretty much as it is trackable??
Technically it stores a number count. If your going for oil changes, brake changes, alignment, anything that will not require a read from the ECU dont uninstall your COBB flash.

If your going for anything related to engine malfunction do so. This will reduce the number of flashes but will still but you at risk of voiding your warranty if the dealer associates the failure points with your flash. Hence why its important to limit the visual exposure of your engine mods when you take your vehicle for service. Unless you and your SA have a good relationship...