Emission Compliance Disclaimer
At RJWC Powersports AB, we pride ourselves on the quality, performance, and compliance of our products. We manufacture aftermarket exhausts for off-road vehicles, acknowledging that these products may affect emissions. As such, we strive to comply with global and regional regulations affecting our industry, including those related to emissions and environmental protection.
Given our worldwide distribution, RJWC Powersports AB, nor any of its subsidiaries, can guarantee that our products comply with the air and/or noise emissions laws or labeling laws of every jurisdiction. We strongly advise purchasers to inform themselves about the applicable laws in their region and to ensure compliance with those laws.
United States and California Warning
In the United States, especially in California, various federal and state laws regulate the use of aftermarket exhaust parts and systems. We urge our customers to consult these laws before installing our aftermarket parts to ensure full compliance.
In California, laws prohibit the use of aftermarket exhaust parts that modify, remove, or replace original equipment catalysts, unless approved by the California Air Resources Board (CARB). RJWC Powersports AB does not claim that any of our parts or systems has received such approval.
Resources and Regulations
We strongly recommend that customers, especially those in California, visit the CARB website at https://www.arb.ca.gov/homepage.htm for additional information regarding emissions regulations. The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) also provides a valuable resource that clarifies the use and sale of exhaust systems in California. You can find this document on the MIC website or by contacting them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RJWC Powersports AB takes no responsibility for the violation of any laws incurred by the use of our products. It's your responsibility as a dealer or consumer to stay informed about current regulations. While we do our best to provide accurate and up-to-date information, we strongly encourage you to consult CARB, MIC, or a legal professional for the most current and comprehensive guidance.