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  1. Ducati Motorcycle Models Males vs Females Ducati Motorcycle Models Males vs Females
  2. Hi, I am new here and this my first time that I write here. I own Yamaha Kodiak 400 4X4 1993 that I am Restoring. my question is regarding the models differences of YFM400 series FW/FWNP.... Thanks in advance oerytb
  3. I'm starting this thread for random entries on what we can all find out, about what will be new for 2011. ATV model changes, new atvs in a manufacturer's line up etc. So if you found something online, read something, saw a picture...post it up! I read that Honda will have its: 2011 Honda FourTrax Recon Utility ATV Available in Red and Olive colors. 2011 Honda FourTrax Foreman 4x4 Utility ATV Available in Red, Olive and Natural Gear Camouflage. 2011 Honda FourTrax Foreman Rubicon Utility ATV Available in Red, Olive and Natural Gear Camouflage. 2011 Honda FourTrax Rincon Utility ATV Available in Red, Olive and Natural Gear Camouflage.
  4. Never a company to shy away from innovations, BRP certainly did not disappoint when it unveiled its 2010 Can-Am ATV model year lineup. For 2010, Can-Am introduced the industry’s first air-controlled suspension system, a new Dynamic Power Steering, and next-generation Visco-Lok QE automatic front differential. Those options, as well as winch, premium tires and wheels, are available in the XT and new XT-P packages. “Our brand is more than ever poised to give the consumer what they demand most right now: value and innovation,” says Yves Leduc, vice-president and general manager, North American sales & marketing Can-Am and after-sales operations. “In 2010, BRP brings exclusive technologies to the industry and strengthens its position as the brand that continues to innovate while delivering on its promise as the choice for the ATV enthusiast.” “In 2010, BRP once again proves to the world that the product is king,” says Chris Dawson, vice-president and general manager, BRP International division. “Can Am provides greater power, better control and even more stunning looks than ever with its 2010 ATVs. It is what we believe ATV enthusiasts are looking for.” Air-Controlled Suspension Can-Am’s new ACS adds a lot of adjustability to the Outlander MAX Ltd line. Power steering was the next logical step for the innovative minds at Can-Am. One of the most intriguing new options we’ve seen in quite some time is Can-Am’s Air-Controlled Suspension (ACS). The ACS adjusts the rear high-pressure gas Fox Racing Shox-build suspension to six available settings. This allows the rider to quickly adjust the suspension depending on trail conditions, riding style or if a passenger is on board. According to Can-Am, even while fully loaded the handling characteristics will stay consistent. As an added bonus, the ACS air compressor comes equipped with a hose that can be used to fill tires while you’re out on the trail. So if you lowered your tire pressure to navigate some gnarly rock crawls and want to fill them back up to ride on some quick fire roads, it’s as easy as pulling out the air hose. ACS is available on the 2010 Outlander MAX LTD line. Dynamic Power Steering You knew it wouldn’t take long for Can-Am to match Yamaha, Honda, Polaris and Suzuki with its own power steering. Can-Am’s Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) is available with an industry-exclusive two rider selectable modes (“Min” and “Max”), allowing for more or less steering assist depending on rider preference or terrain. According to Can-Am, the DPS has a quicker response to steering torque input than other power steering systems and features more kickback damping than the competition. “In short: Less kickback, more feedback. And you can be assured the high-capacity, fade-resistant 50-amp motor means the steering assist level will never change no matter how hard you use it – unlike some competition’s systems that fade with constant heavy use,” Can-Am says in a release. “If you need more convincing our system stands up to whatever the trail bring, Can-Am racers have already proven DPS in the grueling GNCC race series.” DPS is available on all Outlander XT/XT-P models, the Outlander MAX LTD models and the new for 2010 Renegade X xc. Visco-Lok QE All DPS-equipped models also come standard with Visco-Lok QE. Can-Am says this engages the Visco-Lok progressively locking front differential even quicker – as soon as there is a speed difference between the two front wheels. This is the only fully-locking front differential in the industry that has no speed-limiting drawback. Renegade 800R X xc Building on the race specific DS 450 X xc and X mx released last year, Can-Am upped the ante for 2010 with a race specific Renegade – the Renegade 800R X xc. The new Renegade 800R X xc will be tearing up cross country courses everywhere. BRP engineers consulted with some of the world’s top 4x4 woods racers to develop the new Renegade. The Renegade 800R X xc comes equipped with the new DPS and Visco-Lok QE, as well as full beadlock wheels and an industry first front swaybar. It also features high-performance KYB shocks, X xc package graphics and seat cover. Exclusive front swaybar featured on the Renegade 800R X xc Renegade Pricing: 800R ($9,699), 800R X xc ($12,199), 500 ($8,049) Outlander MAX Ltd Models The Outlander MAX Ltd adds another engine choice for 2010. Joining the Outlander MAX Ltd 800R is the Outlander MAX Ltd 500. Both Ltd models get an updated Garmin Nüvi 500 GPS unit with full touch-screen functionality. The user can easily take the removable GPS unit from the trail to the street. Both models also come standard with the Can-Am-exclusive XT package (premium painted plastic, XL3000 winch, front and rear bumpers, premium tires and hand guards), as well as an exclusive cast-aluminum wheel finish, premium seat cover, mud guards and painted plastic. Outlander MAX LTD models feature an updated Garmin GPS unit. Outlander MAX LTD Pricing: MAX 800R LTD ($13,449), MAX 500 LTD ($11,999) XT-P Package In addition to the popular Outlander XT package, Can-Am is offering additional upgrades with the new XT-P package for 2010. The XT-P package includes all the benefits of the XT package, but with a premium painted plastic yellow / black finish, mud guards and black XT-P specific cast-aluminum wheels with color-matched inserts. The XT-P package is available on the Outlander 500, 650 and 800R family. The color-matched inserts on the cast-aluminum wheels really stand out. Outlander XT-P Pricing: 800R XT-P ($11,249), MAX 800R XT-P ($12,099), 650 XT-P ($10,399), MAX 650 XT-P ($11,249), 500 XT-P ($9,799), MAX 500 XT-P ($10,649) DS 450 The DS 450 X mx receives updated heel netting for 2010. Can-Am says it is the first production ATV in the industry to come with factory-equipped nerf bars and heel nets. According to Can-Am, the netting is an added feature that many of the top Pro ATV motocross racers run on race ATVs. The entire DS 450 family also features a redesigned radiator grill. Can-Am updated the grill for added protection and cooling performance. A redesigned radiator grill can be found on all the DS 450 units, while the motocross specific 450 X mx features updated heel netting. DS 450 Pricing: DS 450 ($7,799), DS 450 X xc ($8,949), DS 450 X mx ($9,149) More Outlander 650 Power The already-powerful Outlander 650 family gets even more power from the engineers at Rotax. The 650 engine gets a seven-percent increase in power bringing its horsepower total to a claimed 60. According to Can-Am, this makes the 650 engine the most powerful engine of any ATV below 800 cc on the market. More Outlander Upgrades All the Outlander 500, 650 and 800R models feature an updated front fascia and cast aluminum wheels. For 2010, Can-Am has decided to outfit all Outlander, Outlander MAX and Outlander MAX LTD 500, 650 and 800R models with cast aluminum wheels. Last year the Outlander 800R family received an updated front fascia. This year all Can-Am Outlander ATVs get the updated fascia, which Can-Am says allows for more airflow to the radiator and better cooling. All Can-Am Outlander ATVs now have the industry-exclusive D.E.S.S. security system. The acronym stands for Digitally Encoded Security System, which means only the owner’s key can start the ATV. According to Can-Am, with D.E.S.S., the ATV will not start by any other means other than its matched key. Outlander and Outlander XT Pricing: 800R ($9,249), 800R XT ($10,749), MAX 800R ($10,099), MAX 800R XT ($11,599), 650 ($8,399), 650 XT ($9,899), MAX 650 ($9,249), MAX 650 XT ($10,749), 500 ($7,799), 500 XT ($9,299), MAX 500 ($8,649), MAX 500 XT ($10,149), 400 ($6,799), 400 XT ($7,849), MAX 400 ($7,649), MAX 400 XT ($8,699) DS 250, DS 90 and DS 70 The DS 250 was unchanged for 2010, but it did receive a new T-class designation, meaning it is designed for riders 14 and older with a maximum regulated speed of 38 mph. While the DS 90 and DS 70 were also unchanged for 2010, but the DS 90 received Y10 designation, meaning it is designed for riders 10 and older with a maximum unrestricted speed of 30 mph. The DS 70 retains its Y6 designation, meaning it is designed for riders aged six and older with a maximum unrestricted speed of 15 mph. The DS 90 X received new X-package graphics and color scheme for 2010. Can-Am gave its DS 90 X new graphics and an updated color scheme. DS 250, 90 and 70 Pricing: DS 250 ($3,699), DS 90 ($2,499), DS 90 X ($3,349), DS 70 ($1,999)
  5. Arctic Cat has unveiled a handful of early release models for 2010. The Minnesota-based manufacturer is mostly showing off some new paint, but the smallest member of the Prowler family has been given a new “XT” package of eye-catching and functional goodies, while the ATV lineup is highlighted by a 700 TRV without the cruiser trim. Of course, these are only the early release models and if 2009 is any indication we can expect a much bigger splash from Arctic Cat in the coming months. For those with short memories, Arctic Cat went hog wild in 2009 with a veritable cornucopia of new and updated ATV models headlined by the TRV 1000 H2 Cruiser, as well as a brand new 550cc powerplant. In addition, the 2009 Prowler lineup was bolstered by the high-powered 1000 H2 XTZ and the 550 Flat Bed. New Camo Arctic Cat has an all-new Advantage Timber Camo pattern in the 700H1 EFI and 550H1 EFI for 2010. According to Arctic Cat, the latest consumer analysis shows that Camo ranks very high in color preference. In fact, just 54 percent buy Camo for hunting, while the other 46 percent choose it because they like how it looks. 2010 700H1 EFI and 550H1 EFI:• 550 & 700 EFI Engine• New Body Styling on the 550• Duramatic Transmission• Standard Digital Gauge• New Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Ride-In Suspension• Black Painted Wheels• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 11” Ground Clearance• 2” Receiver Hitch• New Advantage Timber Pattern Let’s Get Dirty The 700 MudPro has been a bit hit for Arctic Cat. Simply put, it’s the only way to get all these mud features standard on an ATV with factory warranty. Arctic Cat feels that this niche category has exploded, as the MudPro was its top selling 700 model in 2009. 2010 Arctic Cat 700 MudPro:• 700 EFI Engine• Duramatic Transmission• 4.0 Gearing and Clutching• Snorkel Air Intake• New Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Heavy-duty Front and Rear Bumpers• Standard 3000 lb Winch• 28x9-14 Maxxis Zilla Tires• Aluminum Wheels• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 14” Ground Clearance• Arctic Metallic Green Double Your Pleasure Despite the current economic situation, Arctic Cat says the 2-up category continues to grow, out-pacing the ATV industry. For 2010 Arctic Cat has introduced the new TRV 700. It’s basically the same as the TRV 700 Cruiser that was introduced last year, only without the touring box, heated handgrips and windshield. It’s more in line with the popular TRV 550. Both the TRV 700 and TRV 550 are now available with new Metallic Black paint. 2010 Arctic Cat TRV 550 & 700:• 550 & 700 EFI Engine• Duramatic Transmission• Standard Digital Gauge • New Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Removable Rear Seat• Optional Rack and Cargo Box• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 11” Ground Clearance• 2” Receiver Hitch• Metallic Black Paint Going Green Debuted on the Team Arctic Mud Pro 700 in 2009, the Metallic Green paint was a hit with dealers and consumers. So for 2010, Metallic Green will adorn two LE models; the 700H1 EFI and the Thundercat 1000H2 EFI. 2010 Arctic Cat 700 & 1000 Thunder Cat Limited:• 700 & 1000 EFI Engine• Duramatic Transmission• Deluxe Digital/Analog Gauge• New Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Race-inspired Ride-In Suspension• Heavy-duty Front and Rear Bumpers• Standard 3000 lb Winch• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 11” Ground Clearance• 2” Receiver Hitch• Arctic Metallic Green Blue Prowler The Prowler 700 XTX in Steel Blue returns for 2010. Arctic Cat says this Side x Side is one of its most popular models. 2010 Arctic Cat Prowler 700 XTX:• 700 EFI Engine• Duramatic Transmission• Deluxe Digital/Analog Gauge• Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Ride-In Suspension• Black Painted Wheels• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 10” Ground Clearance• 2” Receiver Hitch• Tilt Steering• Rear Turf Saver Differential• New Advantage Timber Pattern XT Goodies for Prowler 550 New for 2010 is the Prowler 550 XT. The XT package includes the addition of aluminum wheels, bumper and 600lb cargo box. Available in Red, Green and Lime Green. 2010 Arctic Cat Prowler 550 XT:• 550 EFI Engine• Duramatic Transmission• Standard Digital Gauge • Electric 2WD/4WD/Differential Lock• Ride-In Suspension• Aluminum Wheels• 10” Front and Rear Suspension Travel• 10” Ground Clearance• 2” Receiver Hitch• Available in Red, Green and Lime Green
  6. New for 2009, Can am offers 3 different packages for the DS450. They have the stock version, they have a MX version with wide travel and then they have a XC package. 2009 Can-Am DS 450 Race Ready ATV's - DS450X MX, XC, and DS 450 Base Model
  7. This recall notice only pertains to vehicles within the following VIN Ranges: JH2TE320*6K000019 to JH2TE320*6K010997 (TRX450ER) JH2TE324*6K000007 to JH2TE324*6K000111 (TRX450R) *: Denotes check digit January 2007 IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL NOTICE Dear TRX Owner: This notice is sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Act. What is the reason for this notice? In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, American Honda Motor Co.,Inc. is conducting a voluntary safety recall of certain 2006 model year Honda TRX450R/ER ATV’s. Our records indicate that you own one of these vehicles. What is the problem? A safety defect may exist in the steering system of your TRX. The front suspension arm ball joints may have been contaminated during the production process, resulting in rapid wear of the ball joints and possible ball joint separation. If ball joint separation occurs while riding, the TRX could lose steering control and may crash. What should you do? Honda strongly recommends that you do not operate your TRX until it has been repaired. Parts will be available soon. We will send you another letter notifying you when you can go to your Honda ATV dealer for the free replacement of all four front suspension arms (Right/Left & Upper/Lower). If you must operate the vehicle prior to repair, perform the following inspection before each ride to ensure that the ball joints have not loosened: Visual and Physical Inspection of the upper and lower ball joints: Park the TRX on a flat, hard surface, such as a driveway or hard packed dirt surface. Turn the handlebars until the front wheels are aimed straight ahead. With the handlebars centered, grab the tire with both hands as shown. Push and pull the top of the tire while feeling for any looseness, listening for a clicking/knocking noise, and observing the upper and lower ball joint housings for up and down movement. Repeat this procedure on the opposite side. If you perceive any looseness, hear noise, or observe movement of the ball joint housing, the ball joint has excessive freeplay and must be replaced before the TRX is operated. If you do not feel qualified to inspect your ball joints, please do not operate your vehicle until it has been repaired. If you feel any excessive steering looseness or hear noise while riding, stop the vehicle and check the ball joints. If you have questions. If you have questions about this notice please call Honda Motorcycle Customer Support at (866) 784-1870. You may also visit our Web site at www.hondamotorcycle.com for more information. What to do if you feel this notice is in error. This notice was mailed to you according to the most current information we have available. If you no longer own this vehicle, or some information in this notice is incorrect, please fill out and return the included, postage-paid Information Change Card. This will help us update our records. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. Thank you for your FourTrax purchase and your cooperation. Sincerely, American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Motorcycle Division
  8. ATV Source - Press Releases - 2008 - Polaris Announces Limited Edition ATVs for 2008 new color models. ohhhh the stealth black and gold outlaw... ...check em outt. and they have LE rangers too..but no rzr.
  9. Polaris Industries today announced its new hardest working, smoothest riding 2007 Limited Edition (LE) RANGER utility vehicle models. More...

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