There have been several post on here about the squeaky exhaust. I think it is where the header meets up with the muffler, the springs are squeaky when new. Sounds like the best remedy is to get some mud up in there and it goes away after break in.
Yep, that's the exhaust alright. There seems to be varying degrees of luck with levels of mud and hrs put on the machine as to how long it takes to go away. Honestly, I have an aftermarket exhaust so I don't have this issue anymore, BUT you better believe if I did the dealer would have the bike until it was fixed, that squeak is so annoying. Better to have it fixed now before warranty is up.