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post #1 of 23 Old 05-03-2010, 07:11 AM Thread Starter
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What would you like to see revolutionary on a Can-am within next five years from now ?

Let me start : how about ABS , integrated radio and clock on display , integrated loud factory proximity alarm , variable hight sunspension front and rear ......... you name the rest ....
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Auto Pilot programable to take me home. lol.

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Gone to new home---2013 Outy 1000 Max XT, 29.5 Gen2 Laws, STI-HD 14" Beadlocks,1-1/4" pipe lift, Dalton 1000 Mud Kit, HMF SS XL, BRP Chassis skids and a mirror.
Gone to new Home---2012 Outy 1000 XT, 29.5 Laws, ITP SS108s, Dalton 1000 Mud Kit and a mirror.
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On board tire pressure control, better racks and storage, heated seat,

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26" ITP Terracross XD

.. only faster, is fast enough!
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- LED headlamps and tail light - easy enough, already in many vehicles.
- Tyre pressure monitors with display. Unless by then, tyres won't go flat anymore....
- Onboard compressor (as in Max LTD) standard on all 800's
- User-adjustable suspension on 1-up models too, front and rear.
- OR : auto-adjusting suspension, based on terrain scan (hmm) speed etc
- Big display with integrated GPS/MP3/communications/radio etc. Rhino-like system to map your buddies' positions.
- ABS - ? - possible off-road, but tricky to implement...
- Stability system - ? - similar to Spyder's concept? Imagine a system that will be able to mitigate roll-over, taking into account speed, steering input, turning angle etc!
- Airbag system to prevent crushing the rider when taking a tumble and the quad falls on top...

What else? the possibilities are endless, and most of the technology is here already!

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2010 Renegade 800R X-xc (race bike)
2010 Outlander 800R XT-P (fun bike)
2006 Outlander 800XT (spare bike)
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Rotax engine mount kits, Through shafts, Wiring harness modification, and more! COMING SOON!

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LOL!! Getting closer to perfection....

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About 1300cc's would work for me !


Keep the rubber side down !
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I would like can am to address some issues with current model.
Increase the gas tank size, with the new shrunken version you now have to carry gas on rack instead of in low center of gravity area under the seat.
Do something about the hot leg issue. It is dissapointing to pay this much for a machine and have to wrap the exaust so you wont burn leg.
Improve clutch engagement for very technical stop and go riding, especially reverse.
Add a locker so you dont have to wait to have 4 wheel drive.
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