My dealer said that if I logged the maintenance mileage etc. in the owners manual and kept the receipts of the parts bought my bikes warranty would stay in effect.As a side note, you won't find an oil filter for your bike at any automotive stores. It is only available from this site.http://nfieldgear.com/enfield-store/oil-change-kit-g-and-c5.html(note, this filter is only for the fuel injected UCE bikes).
It actually is available from other sources (at a considerable discount). Part number 500613. You didn't hear it from me
+1. It's a few dollars more and won't break my bank. I don't mind spending a little of my cash to keep a good business running. CMW has done a lot to support Enfields in the US over the years and has really gone the extra mile to stand behind their product for a few of our friends here who've had major warranty work on their UCE bikes. If you're on a budget buy what you have to but I'll buy mine at my local dealer. That way he makes money and so does CMW.Scott
As an aside be very careful about who you buy filters from. OEM filters are not as easy to get as the Internet may make one believe. There are LOTS of filters available from India that are "just as good", "made by the same company" or even in RE packaging that are NOT OEM filters. We have spent a lot of time over the years looking at filters from India and other places. Unless they come directly from the factory you are taking a risk. There are in fact big differences.