I like “over-forking” frames.
I did once check on warranty, when I put some 130mm Marzocchis on a 100mm Thorn Raven Enduro.
Andy at Thorn initially said no, but then went to explain that was down to a worry that if you’re fitting long forks, you’re more likely to be riding “DH” and hannering the frame. Once I explained I was using it for normal “trail” riding, but with a bit more bounce, apart from ahndling worries, he was fine with it.
Ran the same 130mm forks on an old (100mm) Heckler, now running 150mm Thors on a (140mm) Voodoo D-Jab
ultimatly, you’ll geta slacker head angle, which makes climbing tricky, (unless they’re height adjustable to get it back down) but it;ll make the downs more fun. It will also raise the BB which has advantages and disadvantages.
I guess it depends what kind of riding you’re doing.
If you’d class yourself as the kind of person who absolutely hammers things, then probably not.
But if you’re just riding around, I’m sure it’ll be fine. And if you do break the frame, its a good excuse for a new one 🙂