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Well let's start from the top. I mentioned to a family member I was wanting to pick up a few more 4 wheelers. He mentioned he might let loose of a 700cc that he had just purchased due to back problems and not being able to ride anymore. I asked what he was looking to get for it. He said $1500. So, naturally I loaded the trailer up and went to look at it. I took it for a test ride and it rode really well for about 15 minutes then overheated. I checked the dipstick and the crankcase was filled to the brim with milky oil. He said the shop he bought it from replaced the head gasket and it was supposed to be fixed. He said forget the money just take it with me and see if I could get it fixed. So, she came home with me. 686cc single cylinder, CVT transmission, 75 miles on the odo, 750lbs dry, 33.5hp, liquid cooled, electronic 4wd with electronic locking front diff, 4 wheel independent adjustable suspension, winch etc. etc.. This bike is modeled very closely with a Yamaha Grizzly 700. The teardown begins Winch, horns, and radiator Looking from the passenger side, header, cylinder head and water outlet. The black cover at the bottom covers the CVT section of the trans. From the rear...interesting, it has a single pinion brake on the rear where the front has brakes mounted at each wheel. From the driver side, oil fill cover, cylinder and head, coolant overflow, and pull start
Just happened to find a Can-Am BRP dealer in town, so you know I had to check it out! They only had Outlanders, and some Jet skis, and you better believe they weren't cheap. I don't think that just over 28,000 USD for an Outlander is a good deal! After chatting with the sales people, they let me know that they had only sold two of the quads so far. They had no idea where someone could ride them and since there are not too many pickups or trailers, there is no way to get them from one place to another without hiring a rollback truck. Seems like a little too much trouble for me.