Posts Tagged ‘ Can-Am ’

September 16th, 2014

Can-Am Unleashes 121 Horsepower Turbo Can-Am Maverick X ds

Only yesterday we dispelled rumors of a 1200cc Can-Am Maverick for 2015 and today we’re pleased to report that while rumors of the machine’s displacement may be untrue, indeed a 121-hp 1000cc Maverick is about to be unleashed thanks to the added boost of a factory installed turbocharger. BRP adds the industry’s first factory-installed turbocharged [...]

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September 15th, 2014

Ask the Editors: 1200cc Can-Am on the Way?

Dear ATVC: Was at the local dealership and they told me Can-Am is releasing the industry’s first 1200cc in the fall. I also heard that it may have slightly smaller displacement but be turbo or supercharged. Any truth to any of this and why hasn’t any other manufacturer released a stock turbo or supercharged ATV/UTV [...]

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August 28th, 2014

UTV Front and Rear 270mm Oversize Brake Kits Arrive

Streamline Brakes & Controls has just released a BIG BRAKE Oversized Front and Rear Rotor kit for the RZR XP 1000 & RZR 4 XP 1000. These kits offer simple bolt-on installation to the OE spindles and deliver Big Brake stopping power for track, dunes, trails, & snow to compliment horsepower, tire, & wheel upgrades. [...]

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June 27th, 2014

Friday Funny: Greatest Hits & Resulting Bruises

We know, we know, “Best Of” compilations are usually reserved for the New Year but your ATV Connection editors like to look back at some of the wackiness that is humanity, an ATV, a camera and Youtube. It’s only right then to share our rehashed chuckles with you, our loyal readers. Presenting, for the first [...]

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June 24th, 2014

Meet the Wheel Designed to Narrow Your UTV

Each year, ATVs and side-by-sides tend to get a little wider and it makes sense too- increased width equals increased stability. This is good news in most circumstances except too much width can place your wheels right outside the limits of the trail. Additionally, there are restrictions on maximum vehicle width in most sanctioned racing. [...]

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