Definitly dealer installed? How hard could it be to do by yourself?trdcamry2003 said:They say it's supposed to be available by november. It includes the vortech supercharger, higher flowing fuel injectors and an ecu reprogram. Definitly dealer installed.
Would it really void the warranty? You 100% sure. I mean it's a genuine Toyota product made for the car. Just for example: if my genuine Toyota oil filter caused my engine to blow (for what ever reason) in my new Scion would it not be covered under warranty because I installed it not the dealer. Same should be with the SC. Also does Toyota reprogram the ECU or do they "*reprogram*" it by just giving you a new one like many others do? If so, how do you know this?trdcamry2003 said:It wouldn't be too hard. But why void your whole warranty to save a couple hundred dollars. And by purchasing a reprogrammed ecu you just defeated the purpose of saving the money you didn't spend on having the dealer do it.
What car you got now?tal said:hey since everyones talking about things to come, i have a quick ?. I am a reservist in the military and im getting activated and deployed and wont be able to get a new car till jan '06, do u think the scion will be a good car to get and mod around this time, or should i be looking at the cars of '06 ie, the new '06 eclipse?