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Warranty Information

GSC Power-Division LLC warranties all of our camshafts, valve train, and internal engine parts will be free from any and all manufacturing defects. Our warranty is only valid as long as our products are installed correctly by a certified SAE technician or certified engine builder to either GSC Power-Division LLC provided specifications or to the original manufacturer's specifications (if no specs are given). GSC Power-Division LLC will not warranty any second hand or transferred products. GSC Power-Division LLC's warranty is with the original purchaser of the product(s) and is valid for one (1) year from the initial date of shipment. Warranty will be void on all products that show evidence of improper application or installation, abuse, lack of proper maintenance, alteration from the original configuration of the product, or not used in conjunction with matching components. GSC Power-Division LLC does not warranty any of its products when used for race-only applications as well as non-automotive use of our line of automotive products. GSC Power-Division LLC tries to ensure that every item supplied is suitable for its specific, outlined application. Due to the possibility of variation of modifications made on performance engines that affect performance, economy, reliability, and engine life; the final responsibility of our product rests with the person performing the installation. GSC Power-Division LLC's Technical Department is available and should be contacted if any issues, questions, or concerns are discovered with our products. GSC Power-Division LLC's obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement solely of GSC Power-Division LLC products. On occurrence of a problem, please contact GSC Power-Division LLC Technical Department to arrange for an inspection of the item. No claim will be accepted without the prior approval of GSC Power-Division LLC. All camshafts manufactured by GSC Power-Division LLC are intended for off-road use only and should never be used on public roads.