CanAm sells this as a factory accessory so I would bet it would be covered under warranty.So BRP spends hundreds of thousands of dollars testing their version of an air filtration system, which is covered under a warranty. So, if I spend $450 and something goes wrong with my engine the dealer can say the air intake is no longer in factory condition, they cannot fix it under warranty. Meaning now you are out the $450 plus whatever the cost is to fix your engine. I'm leaving well enough alone. He didn't talk about how much power the particle separator uses, that needs to be factored in with any accessories you will be running at the same time.
You doing that are the reason why we pay more for our cars. I hope you get caught doing shady stuff like that.The particle separator is what will save your engine from dirt damage. If something happens to the engine then take it off before you take it to the dealer.
OMG... Are you for real???You doing that are the reason why we pay more for our cars. I hope you get caught doing shady stuff like that.
Wow Dude , We pay this much because the factory comes up with an inflated MSRP as a guideline for the dealers. Warranty company's will turn you down for anything that is not stock weather it has anything to do with the damage. It has happened to me several times! Just recently the rear output shaft internal splines stripped out on my X3 and because my tires were not stock size they declined it. Stated to much load on the gearbox! Note that I was told you can go up in size and it would not be an issue. What they do not tell you is your only allowed to go up one size! It does not matter that the same exact part is used in the 2021 XRC with 32" tires and 25 more Horsepower. So you can crawl back under the desert rock you came from an screw yourself, cause your an idiot!You doing that are the reason why we pay more for our cars. I hope you get caught doing shady stuff like that.
On my second S&B - air filter started getting dirty WAY to fast. The S&B had been on the X3 since it was new in ‘17 and had 35,000+ miles of use so I thought MAYBE it was time for a new one.How reliable are the S&B units, has anyone ever seen or heard of one failing?