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2011 Outlander 800R X


2011 Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X AT V Packages
BRP’s Can-Am® line of ATVs finds inspiration in racing and with our title sponsorship of the Grand National Cross Country racing series and our involvement with Gorilla Axle‡ on the mud riding and racing side; we are constantly looking for and finding ways to improve our products. In 2011, we take the Can-Am Outlander™ to the next level as we release the Outlander 800R X™ xc and the Outlander 800R X mr. Both machines are built on the proven Can-Am Outlander 800R platform and both machines take the rider to a new level of performance in the woods (X xc) and the mud (X mr).

2011 Outlander 800R EFI X Package Highlights
» 71 horsepower Rotax 800R EFI V-Twin engine, the most powerful in the industry*
» Dual-mode DPS™ power steering
» Visco-Lok QE front differential calibration
» Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension with no scrub and 75% fewer moving parts
Surrounding Spar Technology (SST) frame
» Get-on-and-go continuously variable transmission (CVT)
» New Can-AM Outlander 800R EFI X xc ATV model features include:
» Cross-country racing / aggressive trail riding package
» KYB‡ high-performance suspension package
» X xc graphics
» Aluminum skidplates
» Beadlock wheels
» ITP Holeshot tires
» Handlebar wind deflectors
» Aluminum taper-profile handlebar
» ½-inch (1.3 cm) front sway bar


2011 Outlander 800R EFI X Package Highlights
New Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X mr ATV model features include:
» Mud riding / racing package
» Complete Air Control Suspension (ACS)
» Integrated Snorkel System (ISS) (CVT intake / exhaust and engine intake)
» 30-inch (76.2 cm) Gorilla Axle Silverback tires
» 14-inch (35.6 cm) ITP cast-aluminum wheels
» Relocated radiator
» In-board disc brakes
» Heavy-duty front and rear bumpers
» 3000-pound winch
» Handlebar wind deflectors
» Aluminum taper-profile handlebar
» X mr graphics

Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X XC Features & Benefits
Ride the ultimate trail machine, which is also designed to be the ultimate racing 4x4 right from the showroom floor. Inspired and tested by our factory racers on the Grand National Cross Country circuit, the Can-Am Outlander 800R X xc is designed to provide trail performance unprecedented on the showroom floor. Starting with the most powerful ATV engine in the industry* and add premium features like a fully adjustable suspension package and premium beadlock wheels and ITP Holeshot ATR tires, the Can-Am Outlander 800R X xc features all the additional benefits of the base Outlander 800R.

Rotax® 800R EFI V-Twin engine // This 80º V-twin engine is still the most powerful ATV engine in the industry* at 71 HP. The liquid-cooled, single overhead cam power plant has four valves per cylinder and is fed by a 46mm throttle body and two VDO Siemens‡ fuel injectors. The sophisticated electronic fuel injection system automatically keeps the engine’s performance at its peak, regardless of temperature or altitude. The progressive throttle ensures power is manageable whether in precise rock crawling or opening it up on the straights.
KYB high-performance suspension package // Up front, the Outlander 800R X xc features KYB Piggyback shocks with high- and low-speed compression adjustability and preload adjustment. Front travel is 8.5 inches (21.6 cm). The rear also features KYB shocks with remote reservoirs and high-speed and low-speed compression modification with preload adjustability. Rear suspension travel is 9 inches (23 cm).
Dual-mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) // The Can-Am DPS system has two modes meaning the rider can choose the amount of assist depending on the conditions. Each DPS-equipped model is fitted with a dual-mode selection for the ultimate in rider control depending on the conditions.
Visco-Lok QE front differential // Progressively transfers power from a slipping front wheel to the gripping one – automatically with no buttons to push or levers to pull. Plus, there’s no wheel hop or driveline wind-up so the system is totally transparent to the driver and extremely easy to steer. Can lock up to 100 percent with no rev or speed limiter. All DPS-equipped models come with the Visco-Lok QE calibration giving an even quicker engagement of the front differential. This differential, unlike some competitor’s differentials, does not have a speed or rev limiter.

Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X XC ATV Features
12-inch (30.5 cm) aluminum beadlock wheels // Aluminum beadlock wheels mean added performance under heavy acceleration and cornering. A Can-Am exclusive design clamps the tire bead securely to the Outlander X xc wheel for the ultimate in performance. All GNCC Outlander racers use beadlocks and this is a feature coming directly from racer feedback.
25-inch (66 cm) ITP Holeshot AT R tires // This tire was developed with some of the top GNCC racers out on the toughest woods racing courses in the world.
1/2-inch (1.3 cm) diameter front sway bar // Front sway bar reduces body roll in aggressive cornering conditions and will be an advantage for the performance trail rider or cross-country racer.
Aggressive footpegs // Raised steel footpegs for aggressive cross-country racing and trail riding.
Pre-runner front bumper // Pre-runner-type front bumper is made for aggressive riding and racing situations. Protects in tight, wood-riding a racing conditions.
Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension // Trailing arm design provides excellent control and stability, especially in rough terrain by eliminating scrub. Wheels move rearward as they move up and down producing a smoother ride than the competition, and the ATV does not waver down the trail. Plus, TTI has 75% fewer parts than competitive designs and significantly decreases tire wear.
Surrounding Spar Technology (SST) frame // Rather than the common tubular box, the SST frame is a single spar that is lightweight, yet strong. It contributes to the Outlander model’s benchmark powerto- weight ratio and low centre of gravity.
Aluminum skid plate // An aluminum skid plate provides extra protection in extreme cross-countryriding conditions.
More-powerful magneto // The X xc package provides a more-powerful magneto with 650 watts of power output.
Front and rear steel racks // 100-pound (45 kg) capacity in front, 200 pounds (90 kg) in back. Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) // Industry’s first standard anti-theft device. Electronic code in key must match code in ECU to start.
Outlander X xc-specific graphics // BRP outfits the Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X xc ATV with a sleek black and yellow graphics scheme that looks fast even when sitting still. There is also a premium, embroidered gripper seat cover.

Can-Am Outlander 800R X mr
Features and Benefits

The mud rider demands a different kind of performance from his ATV; BRP’s Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X mr delivers. That is why BRP worked with one of the most famous names in ATV mud performance to develop the Can-Am Outlander X mr: Gorilla Axle. The X mr starts with the longer wheelbase of the Outlander 800R MAX platform for performance in the deepest mud; then adds a host of features specific for the mud rider. The radiator is relocated to the front rack, keeping it high up on the ATV and out of the mud and water. Next the CVT intake, CVT exhaust and engine air intake are located as high in the machine as possible to keep mud and water out of important components to keep the rider going in the toughest conditions. Then Can-Am added a complete air-controlled suspension system allowing the rider to dial in their preferred ride height: high for getting to the mud hole and lower for riding to and from the mud. This means one does not have to sacrifice ride comfort, for the ride height necessary to get through the mud hole. Finally, no mud machine is complete without oversized wheels and mud-specific tires. Can-Am adds premium wheels and 30-inch Gorilla Axle Silverback tires for complete mud performance.

Rotax® 800R EFI V-Twin engine // This 80º V-twin engine is still the most powerful ATV engine in the industry* at 71 HP. The liquid-cooled, single overhead cam power plant has four valves per cylinder and is fed by a 46mm throttle body and two VDO Siemens‡ fuel injectors. The sophisticated electronic fuel injection system automatically keeps the engine’s performance at its peak, regardless of temperature or altitude. The progressive throttle ensures power is manageable whether in precise rock crawling or opening it up on the straights.
Front and rear Air Control Suspension (ACS) // The 2011 Can-Am Outlander 800R X mr comes equipped with an industry-exclusive, air-control suspension. The ACS adjusts both the front and rear high-pressure gas Fox Racing Shox-built suspension to six rider-selectable presets, allowing the rider to increase ride height to its maximum level to aid in crossing mud holes. This means the rider does not have to sacrifice ride comfort for ride height. Simply adjust the pre-load down once maximum height is no longer needed, and the suspension travel returns for trail-riding comfort. An added feature of the ACS system is an air hose from the compressor that can be used to fill tires while out on the trail.
Relocated radiator // The radiator of the Can-Am Outlander X mr ATV is located to the front rack to keep it out of the muddy water, ensuring all-day rides in the deep mud. The radiator features a durable guard to protect it from debris and pivots for access to the Outlander maintenance center.

Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X mr Features
Integrated snorkel system (ISS) // BRP has made sure that critical components like the CVT intake, CVT exhaust and engine intake are located as high as possible on the ATV. They are positioned in the pod directly in front of the handlebars in a centralized location.
Dual-mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) // The Can-Am DPS system has two modes meaning the rider can choose the amount of assist depending on the conditions. Each DPS-equipped model is fitted with a dual-mode selection for the ultimate in rider control depending on the conditions.
Visco-Lok QE front differential // Progressively transfers power from a slipping front wheel to the gripping one – automatically with no buttons to push or levers to pull. Plus, there’s no wheel hop or driveline wind-up so the system is totally transparent to the driver and extremely easy to steer. Can lock up to 100 percent with no rev or speed limiter. All DPS-equipped models come with the Visco-Lok QE calibration giving an even quicker engagement of the front differential. This differential, unlike some competitor’s differentials, does not have a speed or rev limiter.14-inch (35.6 cm)
ITP cast-aluminum wheels // Large ITP cast aluminum wheels to give the Outlander X mr an aggressive look. And each features a stylish hubcap with the Gorilla Axle logo.
30-inch (76.2 cm) Gorilla Axle Silverback tires // The ultimate mud machine needs the ultimate tires. That is why Can-Am chose the 30-inch Gorilla Axle Silverback tire. Featuring an aggressive tread pattern designed by Gorilla Axle for mud riding and racing, these tires were developed by Gorilla Axle in the deepest mudholes of east Texas and Louisiana. The tires give mud performance, yet a smooth ride when traveling to the mud hole.
Mud-riding footpegs // The Can-Am Outlander 800R X mr features two sets of footpegs designed for maximum flexibility when one faces multiple riding conditions in the mud. There are raised, aggressive steel footpegs in a more traditional spot. However, when floating the front end up in deep mud holes there are additional racing footrests angled for a ergonomically correct foot position when riding with the front end floated in the mud.
Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) rear suspension // Trailing arm design provides excellent control and stability, especially in rough terrain by eliminating scrub. Wheels move rearward as they move up and down producing a smoother ride than the competition, and the ATV does not waver down the trail. Plus, TTI has 75% fewer parts than competitive designs and significantly decreases tire wear.
Surrounding Spar Technology (SST) frame // Rather than the common tubular box, the SST frame is a single spar that is lightweight, yet strong. It contributes to the Outlander model’s benchmark powerto-weight ratio and low centre of gravity.
Inboard disc brakes // Unique design both front and rear reduces unsprung weight and helps centralize masses for more responsive handling. Also better protects against mud and debris.
Handlebar wind deflectors // Color-matched handlebar wind deflectors are a must-have item for aggressive mud riding.
Aluminum taper-profile handlebar with square pad // An aluminum 6061-T6 taper-profile handlebar with square racing pad completes the race-inspired look and feel of the Can-Am Outlander 800R X mr.
More-powerful magneto // The X mr package provides a more-powerful magneto with 650 watts of power output.
Front and rear bumpers // Rugged front and rear bumpers protect this powerful mud machine in the toughest of conditions.
Digitally Encoded Security System (D.E.S.S.™) // Industry’s first standard anti-theft device. Electronic code in key must match code in ECU to start.
Outlander X mr-specific graphics // BRP outfits the Can-Am Outlander 800R EFI X mr with a sleek black and yellow graphics scheme that looks fast even when sitting still. There is also a premium, embroidered gripper seat cover.
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Old 06-09-2010, 04:56 PM
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make it in a max and I am sold
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I think that is a Max. Take a closer look. Its just missing the second seat. You can tell by the second set of foot pads that are angled forward for stepping back on them when your in the deep stuff. They are at to much of a angle for the passenger to be comfortable. All you need is the seat.
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it even says in the info! it is a max with the rear seat removed. In fact you can put a max seat on it. I want the rad relocate kit to be available for older models.
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I don't think it's a Max, as you can see they just extended the wheelbase for more stability I guess.
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It says it is based off the max platform, not that it is a MAX. I'm pretty sure you would be able to slap a seat on it and go though.
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Definately the Max chassis, Greg at Gorilla has confirmed it and I talked to my dealer owner today. He was the dealer show. Your max backrest will fit right on just like a normal max. The rad re-locate will be available for an upgrade on other models. The parts won't be at the dealer for a couple months yet though. Best part for guys around my area is the dealer will be stocking Silverbacks, hard to get around here. Cheers.
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What catches my attention even though its a common mod to us, is the ISS on the mr version...
I would like to get that OEM snorkel for the CVT just because my CVT exhaust snorkel that runs up to the right side of my seat panel is big, and it pushes the panel out.
that 2" tube is really tight, and I bet BRP made the plastic snorkel pipe oval so It does not push against the shift linkage or the side panel
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You can see the Snorkle Kit on page 10 Outlander section in the 2011 BRP Acessories Catalogue. Complete new airbox and CVT exhaust snorkle for $259.99. Not cheap.
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How do you guys think this thing'll handle on the trail and high speed trail riding? I'm achin' for this thing badly.
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