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    De-restricting Airbox and Insurance

    Hello,

    Has anyone of you who performed the De-restricting Airbox mod actually asked an Insurance company about it?
    How did you refer to the modification? What was their reaction?

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    Kakourdos
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    The answer you will get on the phone is 'derestricted the airbox what??' No that won't change the policy.

    Make sure you get that in writing though.
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    If they ask you if increases the BHP, say no (which is probably true, just increases driveability).

    If you say yes they'll maybe want an engineers report etc.

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    Gosh, if you got a set of say some super duper spark plugs that makes 0.4kW more, then you're going to need an engineer's report? I think that's kinda stupid...

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    I could be wrong !, but it's how shitty they could be.

    No point mentioning it, but I would recommend mentioning a performance panel filter.

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