Wolf... I get the analogy here and while entertaining, I would ask a consideration to be the exception to your rule. Full disclosure, I'm a small business owner, not a truck connoisseur of any sort. The though of altering my trucks after pulling them off the lot is daunting. My fleet is stock, 5 in total and every single one these bad mothers are running smooth and beautifully. I keep their loads 6-7k under the max towing capacity because the trailer wouldn't allow it. I'm in the clear, through and through. I know it seems like I'm straying here, but my point is... if the stock is good enough to haul what I need it to, then why would I change it? Especially if it would put the warranties at risk.
wasn't aimed at you, just stating what has been said here 100's of times. tune it, blow it up, return to stock and warranty it.
You mat of just been caught up in the collateral damages