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      05-06-2009, 12:19 PM   #88
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Originally Posted by Zeph View Post
I agree with you, if you run the turbo melter tune and ruin your turbos then you shouldn't try to cover it up and expect BMW to fix it for free. But I also know that the tunes/mods don't always cause the problems. If your HPFP goes out, that is a known bad part. You take off your mods and yes you should expect BMW to cover it. Sad part is that you have to take your mods off ONLY because BMW will do "wrong" and try to screw you over. So, unfortunately, it goes back to the game we all have to play. In a perfect world everyone would always do the right thing, but anyone whose been around the block a while knows that will only get you sh*t on daily.
and the fuel pump is not that expensive and should not be real hard DIY. So you can weigh all the work of returning to stock vs. the around $300 cost and labor to do it yourself. Sorry
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