That's "technically" just the little sock/pre-screen, not the fuel filter we'd expect. If that setup is anything like the other G2's, the fuel "filter" is non-serviceable. It's hidden in the little housing directly on top of the fuel pump. There's a commander thread around here somewhere that shows the housing cut open exposing the filter. Think that guy bypassed that setup with an actual inline filter he could replace as needed.Fuel filter is inside fuel tank: https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/can-am/atv/2020/outlander-t-max-1000-efi-xtp/fuel
Yup in 2016 they went to this style 709000461. The pn changes a few times but it is still the same housing.Yeah iirc, when I did the fuel pump in my '15 XMR, that little housing was there, I can only assume hiding a fuel filter. Guess I shoulda qualified my "other G2's" with an "early".
Quantum shows this replacement assembly for BRP 709000287:
QFS OEM Replacement In-Tank EFI Fuel Pump Assembly for Can-Am Outlander 650 EFI 2009-2012, Replaces 703500766FREE 2-DAY SHIPPING, LIFETIME WARRANTY from the AUTHORITY on OEM replacement Fuel Pumps. SAVE up to 70% off on parts for your Can-Am Outlander 650 09-12 with HFP-A260www.highflowfuel.com
Got the little black housing on top of the pump clear as day