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didnt see it posted yet



Here is some BIG news from the Can-Am Dealers Show in Cali.

You can now buy Gorilla Edition Can-Am's straight from your dealer!!!


Stage 1 Gorilla Edition Can Am Outlander 800

This unit is for the beginner level mud rider who wants to be ahead of the other guys. Equipped to go through mud and muck yet still be trail ridden with ease.

Additional Equipment includes:

Twin Air Filter
HMF Utility Exhaust- Gorilla Series
27" ITP Mudlites
ITP SS 108 Wheels- diamond-cut machined with black accents
Gorilla Duty Axles – front and rear
Gorilla Edition Can Am Graphics
$11,725.54

Stage 2 Gorilla Edition Can Am Outlander 800

This unit is for the mid level mud rider who wants to go deeper. Equipped to go through mud and water and more mud… yet still used as a trail or farm unit.

Additional Equipment includes:

Twin Air Filter
Powermadd Handguard Extensions
WARN RT30 winch with Roller Fairlead
HMF Swamp Series Exhaust
28" ITP Mudlites
ITP SS 108 Wheels- diamond-cut machined with black accents
Gorilla Duty Axles – front and rear
Gorilla Edition Can Am Graphics
$12,485.49


Stage 3 Gorilla Edition Can Am Outlander 800

This unit is for the rider who is obsessed with mud riding and desires to go through every mud hole Mother Nature has to offer and then some. Equipped to go through the deepest mud and water you can find, this unit is not trail friendly. It is not for sissies. The unit should not be driven more than 25 MPH on trails.

This is not for “normal” cross country trail riding. The suspension on this unit is similar to a rock crawler in which you would not take on a “Sunday Drive”.

Additional Equipment includes:

Twin Air Filter
HMF Swamp Series Exhaust
Powermadd Handguard Extenstions
WARN RT30 winch with Roller Fairlead
30" ITP Mudlites
14" ITP SS 108 Wheels- diamond-cut machined with black accents
Gorilla Axle Competition Series 7” Suspension lift with Gorilla Axles
Gorilla Edition Can Am Graphics

$14,172.89

Contact your local Can Am dealer for this exciting new line of in showroom mud ready ATV's.








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Muhahahaha!Some guy for R & D for atCan-Am called our dealership yesterday and wants us to build and then dissasemble and send them a snorkel kit.... I wonder what's going on?

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fa..fa..14 thousand bucks!!!mg:

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fa..fa..14 thousand bucks!!!mg:
Mmm that is what we have to pay for a stok can am down here uke:

sweet ride the stage III

do you have any pics from the rear susp?

is this kit keeping the SSt rear susp??



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Where are the snorkles?

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i think the dealers have to do the snorkels themselves

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here is another one they posted

http://members.aol.com/oldots/CG10.jpg


Couple of Canams With a little of This and a little of That done to them
You know SIlverbacks, Snorkels, HMF, PC3 Tuned, Skids, Just a All around Awesome machine.
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^^^thats just stupid imo.

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^^^thats just stupid imo.
agreed it is pretty pointelss to have.. I wish I hadhalf of the moneyGorillaaxle had to waste on stuff like this.


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You know SIlverbacks, Snorkels, HMF, PC3 Tuned, Skids, Just a All around Awesome machine.
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the front shock doesnt have a spring...is it just a solid piece?

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T-M-2 Front pre-load adjusters
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