There is a warranty disclaimer on page one of the SE pro racing parts catalog. It says:
"Warranty: Installation of Screamin' Eagle products, and similar off-road or competition products from other manufacturers, except some street-legal offerings installed by authorized Harley dealers, may void your H-D limited vehicle warranty. See your local dealer for more information.
Installation of a California performance product on to a 49-state motorcycle or a 49 state performance product on to a California model motorcycle will void manufacturers warranty, as it will not result in a street-legal configuration.
Caution: Harley Davidson motorcycles modified with some Screamin' Eagle high-performance engine parts must not be used on public roads and, in some cases, may be restricted to closed course competition."
Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act requires that a limited warranty must be "conspicuously designated" as a limited warranty if they are not full warranties.
So if your bike is not "street-legal" MoCo will not honor a warranty.
A friend of mine put a 120R on his 2012 CVO street glide. (I know, 110 isn't fast enough. He refused to give me his bank PIN #, and believe me, I asked!) He detonated it at 400 miles. They are not warrantied by MoCo as they are a race only engine.
When I was there on Tuesday, it was torn down, and both parties were happy. I don't know the specifics, but the tech working on it told me they were honoring warranty, because they installed it. I like my local dealer. He helped me when I had problems on my stage IV Low Rider at the 85K mile mark. Find a dealer that stands by their work, and warranty is a non issue.
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Last edited by mmcmsw; 01-31-2013 at 10:47 AM.