Does it void the warranty to put on Vance & Hines exhaust pipes from date one.

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I'm about to buy a new 1200 Scramble XC and would like to put the 2-1 pipes on it from the get-go. The dealer is checking but no answer as of now. If there is anybody from the forum that could school me on this I would appreciate it.
 

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If they come from Triumph as a authorized accessory, then no, it will not void your warranty. But check with your dealer to confirm.
 

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I'm about to buy a new 1200 Scramble XC and would like to put the 2-1 pipes on it from the get-go. The dealer is checking but no answer as of now. If there is anybody from the forum that could school me on this I would appreciate it. It would seem that only the EU has access to the full exhaust system at this point. Odd that an American manufacturer like Arrow and Vance & Hines. Don't sell its product to the US market.
 

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The problem with aftermarket exhaust systems in the US is the EPA. It is not worth the cost and aggravation to get EPA certification. Triumph has received certification for Arrow exhausts and you can get them as an option through Triumph. I have an Arrow on my 2012 Tiger and I have seen them on 2019 models.
 

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The problem with aftermarket exhaust systems in the US is the EPA. It is not worth the cost and aggravation to get EPA certification. Triumph has received certification for Arrow exhausts and you can get them as an option through Triumph. I have an Arrow on my 2012 Tiger and I have seen them on 2019 models.
Thanks for the information. I have been looking for exhaust systems for the 1200 XC but have not found any to fit that model.
 

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I am surprised that Triumph does not have an arrow exhaust for the 1200 XC. Check the Triumph website. They have a photo with a 1200 having an Arrow exhaust
 
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