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Thanks guys.. much appreciated. Advantage MAX 4 sounds right. i am sure all '08's have the same pattern.


MUDBUM.. good looking bike.. :cry:makes me wish i was home to be enjoying mine. July 11th cant come soon enough but gotta work to play.

\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
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\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

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Thanks guys.. much appreciated. Advantage MAX 4 sounds right. i am sure all '08's have the same pattern.


MUDBUM.. good looking bike.. :cry:makes me wish i was home to be enjoying mine. July 11th cant come soon enough but gotta work to play.
Thanks, how do you like the Sylvania/osram 9005x H3 light bulbs? And where did you purchase them?

08 650 XT Outty, 29.5's Outlaws for mudding & 27" XTR's for everything else, Dalton Clutch kit with 2.4 gm rivets and green primary, yellow/black secondary, RDC Lift, Snorkels, Ricochet skids
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Another try on my 2008 Camo 800XT




Well heck with it I cantget it to work size wise. It looks just like the one above.

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Looks like mine also?
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Camo 2008 650 XT Can-Am Outlander
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Thanks, how do you like the Sylvania/osram 9005x H3 light bulbs? And where did you purchase them?

i actually havent installed them yet. i bought the bike a week before i left for work, took it out one time and went in too deep of a hole.. got mud in the cvt and it wouldnt shift so its in the shop right now with less than 3 hrs on it (fixed i might add) but i trying to get them to cover it under warranty. Long story short, i been doing some shopping, so the wheels are in my garage, the lights are on the way. when i get home i'll be installing everything so as soon as i get them in i'll let you know. i got the lights on ebay like $10 shipped to my front door.

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hopefully that link works for you.

i am also going to put a pipe lift and a bracket lift and stealth snorkelon it.. i'll take some pics when i get it all together and post them. my girlfriend sent me a pic of the wheels sitting at the house.. :dan:

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\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
planning on installing stealth snorkel,pipe lift & bracket lift

\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

\'06 Dodge Quad cab 2500 4X4 cummins, 8" lift, 40" toyo MT\'s mounted on 20"X10" Incubus off-roads, Road armor stealth bumper, bully dog programmer, cold air intake

\'07 16\' allweld VV center console, \'07 9o Merc Opti-max, 6" jackplate, electric trim-tabs
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Here is another pic to show why i needed to know the camo pattern... i am going to put that camo-clad 3m vinal on my rims to add some color to them.. hopefully it holds up.i sent this to my girl so she could measure it for me so i knew how much i needed for each wheel......
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\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
planning on installing stealth snorkel,pipe lift & bracket lift

\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

\'06 Dodge Quad cab 2500 4X4 cummins, 8" lift, 40" toyo MT\'s mounted on 20"X10" Incubus off-roads, Road armor stealth bumper, bully dog programmer, cold air intake

\'07 16\' allweld VV center console, \'07 9o Merc Opti-max, 6" jackplate, electric trim-tabs
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Never seen Max 4 on a Can Am. It is the Advantage Timber Pattern on the new models. Max 4 is used on King Quads.
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ok guys which one is it?? i just ordered the max 4 pattern...

\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
planning on installing stealth snorkel,pipe lift & bracket lift

\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

\'06 Dodge Quad cab 2500 4X4 cummins, 8" lift, 40" toyo MT\'s mounted on 20"X10" Incubus off-roads, Road armor stealth bumper, bully dog programmer, cold air intake

\'07 16\' allweld VV center console, \'07 9o Merc Opti-max, 6" jackplate, electric trim-tabs
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Another try on my 2008 Camo 800XT




Well heck with it I cantget it to work size wise. It looks just like the one above.

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is your max 4 or timber? we have the exact same bike.....

\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
planning on installing stealth snorkel,pipe lift & bracket lift

\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

\'06 Dodge Quad cab 2500 4X4 cummins, 8" lift, 40" toyo MT\'s mounted on 20"X10" Incubus off-roads, Road armor stealth bumper, bully dog programmer, cold air intake

\'07 16\' allweld VV center console, \'07 9o Merc Opti-max, 6" jackplate, electric trim-tabs
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800camo wrote:
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Never seen Max 4 on a Can Am. It is the Advantage Timber Pattern on the new models. Max 4 is used on King Quads.
800CAMO looks like you are right....
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\'08 camo outlander 800XT. 28" super grip super lights, black/camo vision bruisers, Sylvania/osram 9005x H4 light bulbs
planning on installing stealth snorkel,pipe lift & bracket lift

\'06 yamaha R1 anniversary, power commander,K&N airfilter, hotbodies undertail exhaust, 5" stretch, lowered 2", Gears.. Front/down one; Rear/up two, flush blinkers, integrated taillight, racing levers & foot pegs

\'06 Dodge Quad cab 2500 4X4 cummins, 8" lift, 40" toyo MT\'s mounted on 20"X10" Incubus off-roads, Road armor stealth bumper, bully dog programmer, cold air intake

\'07 16\' allweld VV center console, \'07 9o Merc Opti-max, 6" jackplate, electric trim-tabs
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