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  1. The 2018 Can-Am off-road vehicle family includes new performance levels, specialized packages and exceptional value. © BRP 2017 172hp and 120hp turbocharged 2018 Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicles Can-Am SSV families receive refinements, new packages and more value Specialty ATV packages for performance, hunting and snow-belt enthusiasts Valcourt, Quebec, June 1, 2017 – BRP (TSX:DOO) continues to optimize its Can-Am off-road lineup with multiple changes for 2018. The brand is again setting the bar with the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market, the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model. The thrilling Rotax ACE engine was reconfigured to deliver a potent 172hp straight from the factory. Additional lineup changes include more options for utility and recreational use, with the introduction of additional specialty packages. “The 2018 Can-Am lineup reflects the passion and exhilaration we bring to people,” said Anne-Marie LaBerge, BRP's senior VP, Global Brands & Communications. “Along with expanding our Maverick X3 and Defender family of off-road vehicles, we have enriched our recreational-utility category Can-Am Commander and Outlander ATV segments with added performance, improved value and more specialty packages.” SSV The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle family continues to make industry-altering headlines with the arrival of the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model, the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market. The turbocharged 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model delivers 12 percent more horsepower and 10 percent added torque. The new flagship super-sport side-by-side vehicle can go from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side family also now includes a 120hp Maverick X3 Turbo side-by-side. The new vehicles, offered in two- and four-seat packages, start at less than $20,000 USD* and come standard with many of the performance features for which the Maverick X3 is known. To reinforce its influence in the utility-recreation category, the Can-Am Defender vehicle family now includes a market point-of-entry in the crew category with the Defender MAX HD8 package ($12,399 USD*). The new 2018 Defender MAX XT CAB HD10 super model features enhanced ground clearance, arched A-arms, with a greater footprint and an integrated heater system. The Commander 1000R side-by-side vehicle also received a significant update for 2018, with a performance bump to 92hp, a wider stance and larger brakes for enhanced appeal in the recreational-utility category. The Can-Am Commander 800 side-by-side vehicle has a $1,000* price drop (US) for the new model year. ATV Can-Am ATVs have long been recognized for their performance, precision-engineered handling and consumer-focused design, and those key pillars have been reinforced for 2018. Inspired by a Can-Am heritage model, the Outlander X xc 1000R ATV makes a triumphant return delivering the true crossover-type Sport-Rec performance. Powered by either a Rotax V-Twin 650 or Rotax V-Twin 850 engine, the all-new Outlander North Edition ATVs, available in one-up and MAX platforms, also includes an exclusive equipment package for cold weather and a super low L gear for hard work. The Can-Am Outlander Mossy Oak Hunting Edition ATVs now includes three available engine packages, as a new Outlander 450 package (starting at just $8,999 USD*) joins the existing 570 and 1000R Rotax V-Twin-powered offerings. *Based on Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price. Dealers may sell for less. About BRP BRP (TSX:DOO) is a global leader in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems. Its portfolio includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am off-road and Spyder vehicles, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. BRP supports its line of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business. With annual sales of CA$4.2 billion from over 100 countries, the Company employs approximately 8,700 people worldwide. www.brp.com @BRPNews Press Release: http://www.brp.com/en/media-brp/press-room/news/2017-06-01.html
  2. The 2018 Can-Am off-road vehicle family includes new performance levels, specialized packages and exceptional value. © BRP 2017 172hp and 120hp turbocharged 2018 Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicles Can-Am SSV families receive refinements, new packages and more value Specialty ATV packages for performance, hunting and snow-belt enthusiasts Valcourt, Quebec, June 1, 2017 – BRP (TSX:DOO) continues to optimize its Can-Am off-road lineup with multiple changes for 2018. The brand is again setting the bar with the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market, the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model. The thrilling Rotax ACE engine was reconfigured to deliver a potent 172hp straight from the factory. Additional lineup changes include more options for utility and recreational use, with the introduction of additional specialty packages. “The 2018 Can-Am lineup reflects the passion and exhilaration we bring to people,” said Anne-Marie LaBerge, BRP's senior VP, Global Brands & Communications. “Along with expanding our Maverick X3 and Defender family of off-road vehicles, we have enriched our recreational-utility category Can-Am Commander and Outlander ATV segments with added performance, improved value and more specialty packages.” SSV The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle family continues to make industry-altering headlines with the arrival of the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model, the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market. The turbocharged 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model delivers 12 percent more horsepower and 10 percent added torque. The new flagship super-sport side-by-side vehicle can go from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side family also now includes a 120hp Maverick X3 Turbo side-by-side. The new vehicles, offered in two- and four-seat packages, start at less than $20,000 USD* and come standard with many of the performance features for which the Maverick X3 is known. To reinforce its influence in the utility-recreation category, the Can-Am Defender vehicle family now includes a market point-of-entry in the crew category with the Defender MAX HD8 package ($12,399 USD*). The new 2018 Defender MAX XT CAB HD10 super model features enhanced ground clearance, arched A-arms, with a greater footprint and an integrated heater system. The Commander 1000R side-by-side vehicle also received a significant update for 2018, with a performance bump to 92hp, a wider stance and larger brakes for enhanced appeal in the recreational-utility category. The Can-Am Commander 800 side-by-side vehicle has a $1,000* price drop (US) for the new model year. ATV Can-Am ATVs have long been recognized for their performance, precision-engineered handling and consumer-focused design, and those key pillars have been reinforced for 2018. Inspired by a Can-Am heritage model, the Outlander X xc 1000R ATV makes a triumphant return delivering the true crossover-type Sport-Rec performance. Powered by either a Rotax V-Twin 650 or Rotax V-Twin 850 engine, the all-new Outlander North Edition ATVs, available in one-up and MAX platforms, also includes an exclusive equipment package for cold weather and a super low L gear for hard work. The Can-Am Outlander Mossy Oak Hunting Edition ATVs now includes three available engine packages, as a new Outlander 450 package (starting at just $8,999 USD*) joins the existing 570 and 1000R Rotax V-Twin-powered offerings. *Based on Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price. Dealers may sell for less. About BRP BRP (TSX:DOO) is a global leader in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems. Its portfolio includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am off-road and Spyder vehicles, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. BRP supports its line of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business. With annual sales of CA$4.2 billion from over 100 countries, the Company employs approximately 8,700 people worldwide. www.brp.com @BRPNews Press Release: http://www.brp.com/en/media-brp/press-room/news/2017-06-01.html View full post
  3. The 2018 Can-Am off-road vehicle family includes new performance levels, specialized packages and exceptional value. © BRP 2017 172hp and 120hp turbocharged 2018 Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicles Can-Am SSV families receive refinements, new packages and more value Specialty ATV packages for performance, hunting and snow-belt enthusiasts
  4. Like title says, I am looking for a replacement Front Left Plunge Joint (complete Joint +Cup/Output Yoke) OR Complete Axle from my 2007 Can Am Outlander 800. I broke two plunge joint cages in a month and now the part that comes out from the diff is broke (mucked up) I would prefer a new axle completely but since the outer CV is fine I would go for just the inner half. Thanks
  5. Expired key for diagnostic programs BUDS BRP who realties knows where to take it.
  6. BRP's EXIT is an innovative recreational vehicle designed to provide the highest fun factor with the lowest horsepower. Capable of many tricks, the EXIT is a four-wheel off-road vehicle that is a cross between a trial motorcycle and a BMX bike. Its extreme maneuverability was made possible by its innovative rear-entry platform. Responding to the lifestyle cues of Generation Y users, designers imbued the vehicle with a counter-cultural, non-conventional aesthetic, finding inspiration in the insect world with its soft, rounded surfacing crossed with sharp edges. The color theme was borrowed from classic military vehicles. To further embrace this demographic, the vehicle also had to have a low impact on the environment. The EXIT would initially be powered by a four-stroke, low-emission fuel engine and is envisioned to be powered by a zero-emission electric motor as an alternative option. Contact: Denys Lapointe, IDSA BRP Design Team 450-532-5103 [email protected] Credit: BRP Design Team (Canada) Client: BRP - Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (Canada)
  7. Hey u guys in america. Today i was riding (not a atv) but a spyder from Can-Am. Its legal to drive this things on the road in Norway. I only make this thread to brag This is a nice way to get from a to b or just have fun crusing around. I needed to try the speed of this, and i had 120 mile on it, and it was rock solid on the road. Im wondering maybe i should change my 4 wheeler in for this bike. (im using my 4wheeler only on the road) Has anyone else tryed this spyder? Runar if u see any misspellings, i dont care
  8. Check this out.............. The Can-Am Spyder is a strange-looking vehicle, and when we had a test ride on the West Coast of Florida just south of the Kennedy Space Center, there were questions. Always questions. We were parked at a red light when three young men in a pickup truck pulled alongside us. "What is that?" shouted the driver. We'd heard that all day. "What is that?" "What is that?" "What is that?" The fact that the name of the vehicle, still months from going on sale, had been carefully masked over with black tape just added to the mystery. Certainly there was enough mystery anyway: A three-wheeled motorcycle isn't that unusual, but one with two wheels in the front, one in the rear? My guide, a BRP employee named Steve, played dumb. "We're just the test riders, man. We don't know much about it." "Well, who makes it?" asked the pickup driver. Steve looked left, then right, then leaned over toward the pickup and said: "I can't really say, dude, but you know, NASA is just up the road." The three young men nodded, and drove off thinking they had just seen some new vehicle designed to drive across the moon. What they had really seen was the new BRP Can-Am Spyder Grand Sport Roadster. Something old, something new BRP is Bombardier Recreational Products, and you know the Quebec company's other stuff: Sea-doo watercraft, Ski-doo snowmobiles, Johnson and Evinrude boat motors, a line of ATVs and the Rotax engines used in products ranging from small aircraft to the BMW F800S motorcycle. Since 2003, BRP has technically been a separate subsidiary of its parent company Bombardier, which makes Learjets and trains, among other things. If you've got a really good memory, you might remember that Bombardier produced a line of Can-Am motocross bikes with rotary-valve two-stroke engines from Rotax back in the 1970s. Bombardier recently brought the name back for its line of ATVs, and now is using it for the Spyder, which is — well, it's hard to say. To call the Spyder a three-wheeler is accurate, but it's not a Harley-Davidson with a sidecar, and it's not a Morgan cyclecar, and it's not a silly Reliant Robin, and it's not a TriHawk (remember that?) and it's not a wacky Corbin Sparrow. The Spyder is not like anything you've ever seen. BRP hasn't been involved with building motorcycles since 1983 and has no road-going products, so when it decided to get back in the game the company looked at a variety of possibilities. They included a regular two-wheel motorcycle and a three-wheeled cycle with two wheels at the rear. But BRP kept coming back to the Spyder's configuration, something like the modern snowmobile that Joseph-Armand Bombardier invented in 1958, only with wheels. The Can-Am Spyder has two wheels up front for steering, and one powered wheel in the rear. In the heart of the machine is a liquid-cooled, 998cc, DOHC Rotax V-Twin, the same Austrian-built engine used in the road bikes developed by Aprilia, the Italian company famous for its road-racing motorcycles in MotoGP. The engine powers the rear wheel through a toothed, carbon-reinforced rubber belt, much like the one used in Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Not a motorcycle The Spyder feels like the fastest ATV you've ever ridden. Just turn the handlebars in the direction you want to go and let the tires do the rest. The Can-Am Spyder has electrically boosted power steering, so the steering effort is far less than you'd expect. Like a motorcycle, you twist the handlebar-mounted throttle and go. Shift the sequential five-speed gearbox (complete with reverse gear) with your left foot, or you can choose the optional gearbox with electronic actuation. You operate the brake pedal with your right foot. There's a surprising amount of cornering grip. The twin front tires are 165/65R14s, and they're controlled by upper and lower wishbones that offer 5.7 inches of travel. The drive tire is a 225/50R15, and the swingarm and monoshock also deliver 5.7 inches of travel. The Spyder is a big piece of metal. It has a 68-inch wheelbase and a front track of 51.5 inches, plus it weighs 697 pounds (dry). You've got 106 horsepower to play with, though, and the broad power band of a V-Twin engine makes the Spyder very tractable. If you're afraid that the Spyder might skate out from underneath you, don't be. There's a carlike safety net of electronics to keep you on the road. It starts with antilock brakes and electronic brakeforce distribution. The Spyder also has Bosch stability control that cuts the throttle and applies the brakes to stop a slide, and it's calibrated for an antirollover function. There's even traction control. We tried sliding the Spyder around on the gravel and discovered that you can't. And if you're thinking about defeating the stability control, there is no off switch. The Spyder is fun on a winding road, although it's more like a touring bike than a sport bike. It has great stability at speed and will reach 110 mph before the electronics call a halt to the fun. It likes you to shift your body weight to help it find the right line in corners, yet it doesn't have the razor-sharp responses of a sport bike. Because it's a three-wheeler, the Spyder will go around corners faster than you realize, and neither rain-swept pavement nor oily freeway ramps will ever hold the same terror they do when you're riding a two-wheeler. You're in the open air, yet there's a generous amount of room for two-up riding and a lockable trunk to bring along your stuff. The question of three wheels It's worth noting that for a three-wheeler, state laws differ considerably. Some let you use a conventional driver license for automobiles, while others require a motorcycle license, and still others ask for a three-wheeler license. The Can-Am Spyder goes on sale this October, but it'll be available in only a dozen states, including Arizona, California, Florida, Massachusetts, Michigan and New York, as well as several Canadian provinces. States will be added gradually, as well as some European countries. A Can-Am Spyder with a manual transmission (which includes a real reverse gear, not the electrically powered reverse of the Honda Gold Wing) will cost $14,995, and the model with an electrically operated transmission will be $1,500 more. Accessory packages will be offered, such as special wheels (the tires are made especially for the Spyder), a performance exhaust system and probably a touring package with a larger windshield and saddlebags. It will be offered in two colors at first, yellow and silver. First bike, er...trike BRP figures its Spyder customer base will be men in their 30s, who probably haven't ridden a motorcycle before. We disagree. We think a lot of buyers will be older than that, probably guys who used to ride but have sort of moved on. The novelty and day-to-day utility of the Spyder might be just the thing to get them back on, um, three wheels. Maybe NASA has nothing to do with it, but is that so far-fetched? Click HERE to Check It Out!

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