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Rebuilding a 1979 Can Am 250 Qualifier II, and have a couple questions, if anyone knows the answers? 1) This bike has an oil tank but doesn't seem to have any oil injection lines or cable hole in the engine case: Did the 79 Qualifier come without oil injection or is it possible this is an MX engine? 2) This particular bike came with an alloy swingarm that looks much different than the 1980 and later arms. Know anything about it? As seen above, it has a cable actuated rear brake (instead of a rod actuated) and a different chain guide system. It also gives the bike a higher ride stance and more rear travel. Is this an aftermarket swingarm or a factory option, or possibly of a different year or model? I haven't pulled the left sidecover off the engine to see if it has an oil pump. It has been a lot of work on the wheels and brakes in an unheated shed to get it this far. Brakes and clutch are working, I actually put the pipe on and started it tonight. I really need to know if this is an oil mix or oil injection motor. The frame tank looks like it was used in the past but there doesn't seem to be anywhere on the engine to hook it to.
Apache Backcountry Track System VALCOURT, QUEBEC / CANADA – February 16, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Largest contact patch Infused snowmobile technology / efficient design High ground clearance in deep snow Enhanced handling properties https://videopress.com/v/00yQyhBB (video) Deep backcountry snow and challenging winter conditions have sometimes lead to more cumbersome results with tracked ATV. The all-new Apache Backcountry Track System, from Can-Am accessories, has forever transformed ATV operation in harsh winter environments and deep snow. With its unprecedented, unparalleled and unbelievable engineering and performance, the new track kit offers a fresh approach to winter exploration, allowing Can-Am ATV owners to answer the call of the wild. The Apache Backcountry Track System combines snowmobile technology with the Apache 360 Track System’s trademark execution, delivering the highest ground clearance, most floatation and best deep-snow performance of any track kit. Unprecedented Innovation The aggressive track includes 2-inch lugs for superior traction. When combined with the industry’s largest contact patch, create by a 13.5-inch front track and 14-inch rear track, the Apache Backcountry Track System supplies maximum floatation and nearly continuous pull in deep snow. Unparalleled Performance The lightweight, efficient and highly durable frame and rail configuration ensures the weight is spread evenly on snow for enhanced traction, remarkable acceleration and perfected handling. Superior control when turning, braking and side-hilling means Can-Am ATV owners can confidently climb higher, get deeper and even go off the beaten path during their winter off-road adventures. Unbelievable Experience The Apache Backcountry Track System’s has the ability to turn ordinary into incredible. Its innovative design and proven performance enhance an off-road experience. Also, easy installation and a quick-conversion setup lets owners conveniently decide upon their next wild adventure without long delays for tires-to-tracks conversions. That means there’s more time for riding in the rough country and less time wrenching prior to taking the journey. The track system requires the Apache 360 Backcountry Mounting Kit (sold separately), and is winter use only. MSRP: Apache Backcountry Track System: $5,349.99 US Apache Backcountry Mounting Kit: $649.99 US For more information, visit a local Can-Am dealer. Source: Bombardier Recreational Products Inc.