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  1. Garand1

    Can-Am 125 MX-6 (1980)


    Rebuild finished April 2018 - Complete full rebuild, Was a very low hrs original bike to start with. All bearings & seals replaced. 16.25" Fox Gas Shocks. Up graded Can-Am 38mm Marzocchi forks and clamps. Kings Tire front & Sedona Mx907 rear tires. Custom 56mm bore & piston for displacement. Original Magura levers and perches. Original K&N air filter. UFO front & rear fenders. Original Sprocket Specialist aluminum rear sprocket with original front sprocket.
  2. WyseGuy

    Can-Am Commander 800R XT (2012)


    just bought it, no opinion yet
  3. atkharvy

    Can-Am DS 650 X (2007)


    Puppy climes like a mountain goat
  4. Slow and Jerky

    CanAm Traxter/Buck Catching at TDC

    I am working on an 04 John Deere Buck, which is a Bombardier Traxter. Had it in to clean the carb and had it running fine. Turned it off to finish a few things, when I went to start it again it cranked and then stopped. It is hanging up at TDC, I pulled the side cover off and was able to get it to turn over by hand eventually by going back and forth using the crankshaft nut. At first it had a little catch and then loosened up. Put it back together, tried to start it. Turned over a couple times and did it again. Now it won't go past TDC. I am thinking it is probably a bad connecting rod bearing or maybe some carbon in the cylinder was knocked loose. Any ideas? This thing is pretty rough and probably not worth fixing so I want to make sure I am not forgetting something. What's really weird is that it's not make any clunking sounds when it stops. Thanks!
  5. Jason Enger

    Can-Am DS 90 (2011)


    Solid quad for the little ones. Runs strong, but is temperamental when starting it and warming it up
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    Love my Canam 800 XT, best ATV ride around
  7. brodiesel

    Can-Am Renegade 500 (2008)


  8. VALCOURT, QUEBEC/CANADA - June 1, 2016 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - BRP (TSX: DOO) introduced today its most complete lineup of Can-Am Off-Road vehicles to date. The 2017 Can-Am ATV and side-by-side lineup features new models with more specialized packages and enhanced performance, along with multiple new entry-level options, further solidifying Can-Am leadership in the industry. “We’ve optimized the 2017 Can-Am Off-Road lineup to benefit both our dealer network and customers,” said Anne Bélec, SVP Global Brand, Communications and PAC at BRP. “This includes introducing more specialized vehicles to the portfolio while at the same time scaling back in some areas. These changes reflect our commitment to expand the Can-Am Off-Road lineup while staying true to our brand DNA, which is grounded in performance and innovation.” 3 new side-by-side models for 2017 First, Can-Am developed in close collaboration with expert hunters, is an all-new Can-Am Defender Mossy Oak Hunting Edition that features a purpose-built, industry-exclusive, hunting-ready package with exclusive Mossy Oak Break-Up Country camo. This new package, along with the 2017 Defender MAX family unveiled in March, gives Can-Am a better footprint in the hunting segment of the industry. Additionally, Can-Am further cements itself as an industry leader in the side-by-side mud segment with an all-new, four-person Can-Am Maverick MAX X mr 1000R side-by-side vehicle built to outperform in even the most demanding settings. Also new as a new point-of-entry into the Maverick lineup in the 60-inch family is the Maverick xc 1000R side-by-side vehicle, which is a DPS-less option offered at a lower price. The 2017 Can-Am ATV lineup Outlander and Outlander L side-by-side models are now unified under the Outlander name, creating one family that offers the most horsepower in the industry in every engine class. With value in mind, the 2017 Outlander 450 ATV includes many Outlander family performance features at a lower price point*. Also new are the Outlander XT 570 and Outlander MAX XT 570 models, which are the most equipped mid-size ATVs on the market for the price. Rounding out the changes is a new Outlander 6x6 DPS 650 model as the new point-of-entry price in the 6x6 ATV category. Other notable changes in the Can-Am ATV lineup include the addition of a Can-Am Renegade X mr 570 vehicle, purpose-built for mud, and an Outlander Mossy Oak Hunting Edition 1000R ATV. The Mossy Oak Hunting Edition is the flagship Can-Am ATV for hunters with its superior performance, capability and camouflage design. The Can-Am DS 70 ATV also returns the lineup and is suitable for riders six years of age and older. To bolster Can-Am Off-Road performance in 2017, all-new FOX Podium QS3 shocks come standard on nine Can-Am side-by-side vehicles and four Can-Am ATVs. Additionally, the Maverick Turbo vehicle now shares the successful technologies of its CVT with Quick Response System (QRS) with the new Maverick X mr and new Maverick MAX X mr side-by-side vehicles. All Can-Am Commander and Maverick side-by-side models also come with a new front sway bar for 2017. *Models and prices may vary by region.
  9. BikeLife_ant

    Can-Am DS 450 EFI X mx (2014)


    I purchased the bike brand new from the dealer ship in 2014 an loved the bike from day one! I had scored the piston an destroyed the valves durning the snow storm this past winter, an thats when I decided to fully build the engine with the best parts since this a race bike to start and also there is no need to go back an do it again anytime soon lol. race piston, crank, race camshafts, injector, and everything else for a race build. i just finished the breakin on the new build and i am going to install the electronic fuel jet programer an get a dyne tune on high octane fuel an pull the power out of this baby.
  10. If you are not a senior, then this is your post. Do you still have "it"? Still enjoy jumping, roosting hauling tail, then this is your spot! I don't know if I qualify for this post, but what the hey. Keep on riding and enjoying the sport! The dude!
  11. VALCOURT, QUEBEC/CANADA - May 5, 2016 - (Motor Sports Newswire) - Performance driver and Can-Am ambassador Ken Block, of “Gymkhana” video fame, has lifted the cover off of his modified Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicles. Block and his Hoonigan team have personalized his units to fit his lifestyle, and have taken the first steps in their plan for showcasing the performance capabilities of the Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicles. "Ken Block and his team have produced two stylish Maverick X rs 1000R Turbo side-by-side vehicles. They designed each vehicle with personality, functionality, yet didn't alter the vehicles' design too much from those models currently available in Can-Am dealerships. These photos have instant appeal to performance enthusiasts around the world," said Marc-André, director, Global Marketing, Can-Am Off-Road. Block’s team transformed the 131-horsepower, two-seat Can-Am Maverick X rs 1000R Turbo into a desert-conquering, recreational racer, complete with Lonestar Racing for Can-Am accessories and custom Beard Seats. The Hoonigan “surgeons” also built upon the Can-Am Maverick MAX X rs 1000R Turbo unit’s sporty-and-comfortable four-seat platform by converting it to a family getaway rig and mountain bike hauler. "I'm super stoked on how these two builds turned out," said Block on his Hoonigan Racing Division blog. "Can-Am has such an amazing platform from which to build with these things. The fact that they come turbo from the factory is a huge plus to me, since it means I don't have to mess around with a ton of aftermarket engine stuff to have the speed and power that I want right out of the box. My team did a great job upgrading these though.” The Hoonigan Racing Division started by unveiling the customized Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicle beauty shots taken at the Hoonigan headquarters in Park City, Utah. With gobs of appeal from their head-turning good looks, mods and factory-installed performance, Block couldn’t wait for phase 2, which was the action shoot in the high desert of Utah. “My favorite thing about these Can-Am Off-Road Maverick X rs Turbo UTVs is that they’re pretty much a cross between two of my favorite vehicles: a dirt bike and a rally car,” stated Block, a skilled World Rally Championship racer, X Games medalist and viral video icon. Block and his team have shared the Can-Am build story, stellar images and more exciting info on the custom Can-Am Maverick side-by-side vehicles on his social media channels and on the Hoonigan Racing Division blog: www.hooniganracing.com/blog/KB-Custom-Can-Am-Maverick-Turbos/
  12. potatoman

    Can-Am Outlander 500 EFI (2011)


    This ATV is awesome It will beat any single cylinder utility ATV out there.
  13. let's face it, dirt bikes have short maintenance span because makers don't know how to do engine right and bike light at the same time. It's 2016 and still that BS with counting hours between the race. I guess we have to wait a bit for good electric dirt bikes (there are actually some already) to replace them and F$#%^ oil companies which are stopping development of good engines since years. I'd love to buy dirt only bike but I refuse maintaining it every few hours. Dual Sport can make it right why dirt bike can't
  14. Garand1

    Can-Am 400 MX-6 (1980)


    Awesome power, Brakes are weak, Very fun bike
  15. airtime101

    Can-Am Outlander 1000 EFI XT (2014)


    The wife's machine.
  16. airtime101

    Can-Am Outlander 1000 EFI (2014)


    Been to hell and back on this beast!
  17. rutherfordwg

    Can-Am Maverick (2015)


    this thing is a blast in all terrains
  18. NASHVILLE, TN – September 21, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – BRP (TSX: DOO) introduced its first utility side-by-side vehicle, the Can-Am Defender, at its semi-annual dealer meeting where it was met with great enthusiasm by the approximately 2,300 dealers and distributors in attendance from 65 countries. Can-Am Defender: A utility vehicle for farmers, hunters and estate owners Can-Am Spyder: Expansion of F3 line-up Sea-Doo: New 300-hp Rotax 1630 ACE engine takes riding to the next level “This event is one of our biggest ever! It demonstrates the strength of our distribution network, its enthusiasm for our new products and its commitment to our brands,” said Anne Bélec, senior vice-president, Global Brand and Strategy. “They are looking for products that will appeal to consumers by their design and technologies as well as their comfort, durability and performance.” New Can-Am Defender utility side-by-side vehicle For those who know the Can-Am brand, BRP makes its debut in the utility side-by-side segment by injecting some of the Can-Am DNA into the Defender model. The Can‑Am Defender vehicle was designed and engineered from the ground up, to establish new standards in terms of torque and power, as well as versatility to cater to all types of outdoor activities. BRP leveraged its proven Rotax engine technology to create a work-focused version of the durable V-Twin Rotax engines, specially calibrated to offer the best torque of the industry: the new Rotax 50-hp HD8 or 72-hp HD10 engines. Can-Am Spyder For 2016, BRP will expand its presence in the largest segment of the motorcycle industry, the cruiser segment, with additions of the F3-T and F3 Limited models to its existing F3, F3-S and F3 Special Series vehicles in the Can-Am Spyder F3 line-up. These new models are loaded with comfort and convenience features to offer greater freedom, flexibility, and extra cargo space. All Spyder F3 models are equipped with BRP’s exclusive UFit system that allows riders to adjust their riding position to find a truly customized fit, feel and riding experience. Sea-Doo takes riding to the next level… again! Many innovations to the Sea-Doo line-up, including the first intelligent braking system (iBR), first on-water suspension and more recently the Sea-Doo Spark watercraft have made the Sea-Doo brand number one in the personal watercraft industry. In 2016, BRP is taking it to the next level with a 300-hp model equipped with the new Rotax 1630 ACE engine: bigger, more efficient and more powerful than any engine ever produced under the Rotax brand. The combination of the increased power and efficiency of the Rotax 1630 ACE engine, the confidence provided by the advanced ergonomics of the Ergolock system and the control and peace of mind that come with the intuitive iBR system will bring the rider experience to the next level. NASCAR sponsorship In addition to introducing an array of parts, accessories and clothing (PAC) to match the riding style of Can-Am and Sea-Doo customers, BRP also announced a partnership agreement with Kappa, a sport performance clothing manufacturer, who will introduce four clothing collections, including one exclusive to BRP’s Can-Am dealer network. Through this agreement, BRP’s Can-Am brand becomes a sponsor of Kappa’s GoFAS racing team in NASCAR’s 2016 Sprint Cup. “We are putting everything in place so that 2016 can be a phenomenal year for BRP, its dealers and our customers,” concluded Bélec. “We have great products: we are entering the side-by-side utility segment, the largest in that industry, with a vehicle that stands out from all the others with tough features, capable performance and clever adaptability. We are also expanding our Can-Am and Sea-Doo line-ups, offering strong PAC and adding fantastic product recognition through the NASCAR sponsorship.” 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 all-terrain and side-by-side vehicles, Can-Am Spyder roadsters, 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 over CA$3.5 billion from 107 countries, the Company employs approximately 7,600 people worldwide. www.brp.com @BRPnews
  19. I'm going tomorrow to look at buying a new '15 Commander 1000 xt. I'm getting a good price for it, $13800 just curious as to what the opinion is of these. I've been on bikes my whole life but at 42 yrs old i need something a little less physically demanding! lol
  20. Cody Osborn

    Can-Am DS 450 X (2008)


    best race quad i have owned. i love it just wish it was newer!
  21. 0 comments

    Loves to eat Transmissions!!
  22. TNWoods

    Can-Am Maverick (2015)


    Nice Machine, mine is actually a 2013
  23. Tomorrow morning, I'm looking at a used, 2013 Can-am outlander Max 1000. Pics look like its in good condition. Guy says its a bit beat up he said its been on its side twice, low speed and he says he turned it upright quickly. He said the front A-Arm covers are gone. some cosmetic plastic is scratched/broken. Pictures show the damage, but it looks to be in good condition in the pics. i'm looking at it tomorrow morning. Other than the obvious (ride, check function of 4x4, etc), what should I look for on this ATV? I've looked around, no specific concerns about 2013 that I can find. Thanks!
  24. Chris.GVS

    Can-Am Maverick Max 2015

    0 reviews

    ENGINE SPECIFICATION Engine: 1000R Type: 976 cc, V-twin, liquid-cooled, SOHC, 8-valve (4-valve / cyl) Bore & Stroke: 91 x 75 mm Fuel Delivery System: iTC™ with EFI and 54 mm Throttle Body, 2 Siemens† VDO injectors Starting System: Electric Transmission: CVT, sub-transmission with high, low, park, neutral & reverse. Standard engine braking Drive Train*: Selectable 2WD / 4WD shaft driven with Visco-Lok‡ auto-locking front differential CHASSIS Frame: Steel Cage Type: 2-in. (5.1 cm) diameter, high-strength steel, ROPS-approved Steering Wheel Adjustment: Adjustable tilt steering Front Suspension Type: Double A-arm Front Shocks Type: FOX† PODIUM† X Performance 2.0 HPG Piggyback shocks with compression and preload adjustments Front Suspension Travel: 14 in. (35.6 cm) Rear Suspension Type: Torsional Trailing A-arms independent rear suspension (TTA) with sway bar Rear Shocks Type: FOX PODIUM X Performance 2.0 HPG Piggyback shocks with compression and preload adjustments Rear Suspension Travel: 14 in. (35.6 cm) Front Brakes: Dual 220 mm ventilated disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston (32 mm) calipers Rear Brakes: Dual 214 mm ventilated disc brakes with hydraulic single-piston (32 mm) caliper Tires / Front: Maxxis Bighorn 2.0† 27 x 9 x 12 in. (68.6 x 22.9 x 30.5 cm) Tires / Rear: Maxxis Bighorn 2.0 27 x 11 x 12 in. (68.6 x 27.9 x 30.5 cm) Wheels: Cast-aluminum DIMENSIONS Dry Weight: 1,547 lb (702 kg) L x W x H (in): 148 x 64 x 78 in. L x W x H (cm): 376 x 162.5 x 198 cm Wheelbase: 113.8 in. (289.1 cm) Ground Clearance: 12.5 in. (31.75 cm) Rear Rack Capacity: 150 lb (68 kg) with LinQ™ quick-attach accessory system Cockpit Storage: Glove Box: 4.5 gal (17.2 L) Center console: 0.3 gal (1.3 L) Fuel Capacity: 10 gal (37.8 L) FEARURES Instrumentation: Multifunction digital gauge: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip and hour meters, fuel, gear position, sport mode, ECO™ mode, seat belt and 4 x 4 indicator, diagnostics, clock, auto shut off Anti-Theft System: Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) Electrical: Prewired for winch Lighting: 240-W from four 60-W projectors with tail lights / brake light Package Features X® rs DPS™ Package: • Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) • Visco-Lok QE • Front and rear FOX PODIUM X Performance RC2.5 HPG Piggyback shocks with dual speed compression, rebound and preload adjustments • 12-in. aluminum beadlock wheels • Analog / digital gauge • Custom steering wheel with brushed-aluminum center part • X-package seat trim and graphics • Can-Am® Red painted plastic option