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Just curious since this is my first bike. Are there any aftermarket modifications or replacement parts that may void the bike's warranty or maintenance plans?

I see everybody changing things like lights, exhaust, controls, etc. Before I started customizing, I just wanted to make sure I didn't get into any trouble.

Thanks for the feedback.
 

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There are laws out there that protect you from Honda not fixing your bike, but in all reality all Honda has to do is prove that the aftermarket part caused the problem. I would stay away from wiring anything to your factory harness, unless it is a plug and play system that you can remove before the bike goes in for service. You will be fine with things like exhaust, grips, foot pegs, chrome covers for electronics, and any other easy bolt on.
 

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Just curious since this is my first bike. Are there any aftermarket modifications or replacement parts that may void the bike's warranty or maintenance plans?

I see everybody changing things like lights, exhaust, controls, etc. Before I started customizing, I just wanted to make sure I didn't get into any trouble.

Thanks for the feedback.
If this really concerned me (it does not), I would contact my dealer & get it in writing.
 

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There are laws out there that protect you from Honda not fixing your bike, but in all reality all Honda has to do is prove that the aftermarket part caused the problem. I would stay away from wiring anything to your factory harness, unless it is a plug and play system that you can remove before the bike goes in for service. You will be fine with things like exhaust, grips, foot pegs, chrome covers for electronics, and any other easy bolt on.
Thanks for the feedback. The exhaust is what worried me the most, but it sounds like I should be o.k.
 

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My dealer asked me about my modified exhaust and didn't mention anything about it voiding my warranty... the only warranty it really voided was the mufflers warranty, since I did the mod, they wouldn't be blamed if I needed another one down the road.
 

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Exhaust Alterations

If you alter the intake or exhaust on a fuel injected bike, isn't it also a requirement that you remap the fuel injection?
 

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If you alter the intake or exhaust on a fuel injected bike, isn't it also a requirement that you remap the fuel injection?
From what I've read on here, it sounds like the fury has been adjusting well to an exhaust. I came from riding sport bikes. I would assume that the concept remains the same between the two. You can do an intake or an exhaust, but to do both you need to remap.
 

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the owner of our local dealership here told me as long as they install the exaust, and the remap then its covered. plus there are some aftermarket products that are warrented themselves.. the fury is my 3rd "new" bike that ive bought off the showroom floor and all ive ever really done is the exaust and jet kit. the honda shop did all the work for me (i have an acct. with em, best way to go hehe) and each time, the factory warrenty on the bike covered the mods as well.. but i 2nd the notion to contact ur dealer and make sure before you "go nuts" tricking ur bike out. remember the EFI system on the 1300 32 degree motor is a new concept for honda, and they did change some internal aspects of the engine. its not the same motor as the vtx, but its close. and there may be bugs in em that riders haven't found yet, or haven't came to light. I know there are plenty of furys on the road but NO ONE has had the time to put 6 or 7k miles on one, unless they retired haha.. point is, cover ur bases dude
 
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