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Hi, new here but i just bought a 2020 raptor 700 and not sure if i wanna get an exhaust yet, mainly money issues but will removing my spark arrestor void the warranty? I feel like it shouldn't but wanted to see if anyone really knew.
 

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Removing a spark arrestor wont void the warranty but will not net any gains. I highly suggest leaving that in simply to avoid any unnecessary fires. For right now I would just enjoy the bike as is.

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Removing a spark arrestor wont void the warranty but will not net any gains. I highly suggest leaving that in simply to avoid any unnecessary fires. For right now I would just enjoy the bike as is.

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Thanks, appreciate the clarification. I'm just looking for some more noise to shut up some friends on Trx and Ltr's
 

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How about dust and rocks in their ears as you power past them? lol. When you are ready for some power added to the machine we can help in here. The best bang for the buck is the Big 3. (exhaust, air intake & fuel controller.) That will add roughly 10hp. Budget in around $1200 for this.
 

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How about dust and rocks in their ears as you power past them? lol. When you are ready for some power added to the machine we can help in here. The best bang for the buck is the Big 3. (exhaust, air intake & fuel controller.) That will add roughly 10hp. Budget in around $1200 for this.
Already dusted em, have my intake on the way but I'm just sticking up parts until I wanna put them on, too new to
void the warranty in just 2 weeks lol
 

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Keep all the stock parts, if you wreck it return to stock 🤷‍♂️😂
I'm sure I'll be doing that soon, figured I'd wait a month or so before I go tearing it apart😂
 
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