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Outlander 800 H.O. EFI

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Outlander 800 H.O. EFI

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The most powerful, best handling, most innovative ATV you can buy, period.

Rotax 800 H.O. EFI V-Twin engine - the industry's most powerful

SST frame

Lightweight double A-arm front suspension

TTI independent rear suspension

Visco-Lok auto-locking front differential

Continuously Variable Transmission [CVT]

12 inches [305 mm] of ground clearance

Multi-function full digital gauge

D.E.S.S. electronic anti-theft system

Steel Racks with 300 pound [136 kg] capacity

26-inch radial tires with steel wheels

CanAm - Outlander 800 H.O. EFI - BRP USA

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I own one of those and I was riding today and it never gets old. I also have a Polaris 400

and I almost hate to ride it when the 800 is there as well.

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How's that transmission on that, must have allot of torque. Have you topped it out, speed wise? Just curious, that thing must want to do wheelies!

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I haven't topped ot out but have been in the 60's with it and it will do a wheely very easily just by goosing it, but you have to be careful or it can flip all the way back easli if you are not prepared

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I'm gonna guess top speed is mid 70's. I know the machine can go faster but a stock machine has gonernment regulations on it.

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We Have Topped Out An Outty 800 At 77 Miles An Hour. Things Get Real Light On The Front End About Then , Tho.

Too D--mn Quick . I Ride The 650 Xt, Have Had It To The Mid 60's, More There Just My Clangers Got A Might Bit Mushy About Then, Really Have To Watch It When Travelling Rough Conditions, The Machine Will Do It And Handle It Well, But A Rut At 60 Plus Is Scary Sh----t, Now What I Mean.

Safe Riding

Doonorth

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You got one great Quad . It can do most anything you would want from a Quad. You are right about the ride . How can you get board with all that power at your thumb.

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Yup, You're Right Outty400xt, They Have Been Great. I Look Forward To Rigging Up My 09

I Always Try To Find Something New And Interesting To Install Each Year. Privilege Of Demo Units.

Good Riding

Doonorth

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We have one of the 800 HO double seaters .. we call her "Double Trouble" and she's whipped the sox off of just about every other 4 wheeler in our little town in Southwestern VA. My husband & his cousin love putting Double Trouble up against all comers. The closest heat was another/newer 800 .. they were pretty well even-steven, and the winner was always the one that took the holeshot the best.

Hubby says he's had her up to about 77 and he thought there was more to her, but he decided not to try for anymore. I thought he was out of his mind even going as fast as he did! The only saving grace was that the beer cooler strapped on the front helped hold her down, if you ask me!:confused:

Does anyone else have issues with HEAT? .. the sides of Double Trouble get darned hot! .. especially in the summer (in winter it's an asset .. LOL!). Double Trouble got so hot that it melted the underside of the seat .. we put some insulating material under it after that.

My husband was wondering if it would help to put 2 exhausts on it?

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Outlander 800 H.O. EFI

IMG_Outlander800.jpg

The most powerful, best handling, most innovative ATV you can buy, period.

Rotax 800 H.O. EFI V-Twin engine - the industry's most powerful

SST frame

Lightweight double A-arm front suspension

TTI independent rear suspension

Visco-Lok auto-locking front differential

Continuously Variable Transmission [CVT]

12 inches [305 mm] of ground clearance

Multi-function full digital gauge

D.E.S.S. electronic anti-theft system

Steel Racks with 300 pound [136 kg] capacity

26-inch radial tires with steel wheels

CanAm - Outlander 800 H.O. EFI - BRP USA

I agree that it may be the most powerful, that motor is a beast but, I must disagree on a few things. First- the Renegade 800 is probably faster lighter and handles better, but it is not a true utility quad, more of a ute/sport hybrid. 2nd, any modern sport quad will have far superior handling to any utility quad. That being said, if you were to say that it was the most powerful, best handling, most innovative UTILITY ATV you can buy, I would have to agree.

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I love it when old threads get revived, I think it's the coolest thing ever. I started this thread back in August of 2007...almost 3 years ago. How cool is that!!! 3 years hanging around here...holy crap!

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I usually catch it when people do that, I must be slipping because of the pain meds.:jiggy:

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Has any one ran into the new RTV Can-Am finally came out with . I am really watchin this one. I would love to hear about or see the two Can-Am 800 s ride some different terrains , hills, mud and straight-a ways in a flat out drag against their new RTV.

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I assume you mean UTV, and I am pretty sure that the Outlander 800 would hand the Commander it's ass in a drag race. I know the Renegade 800 would for sure. There is just no way to get all that extra weight to move as fast as an ATV, even the Commander 1000 wouldn't stand a chance against a Renegade 800. It is, however, a pretty sweet machine as far as UTV's go.

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