All I meant was that it's a gamble. I know there are dealers that will look past the mods and repair/replace OEM parts on a modded vehicle. But there are also dealers that won't. And staff at these places aren't permanent fixtures.
My point was that if you can't afford to fix it without the warranty then you probably shouldn't mod it while it's under warranty. Roll of the dice if you do. Cause all it takes is a service manager that had his wheaties pi$$ed on that morning.