I had Stage 1 Elkas and they were a huge improvement over stock. They will make them to fit your riding style and weight. Now running Stage 4s.....WOW!
This may be new. But the Fox upgrade springs they offer in the BRP catalogue are not rated heavier than the stock springs on a Max. Last year before I bought the Elkas, I looked up parts numbers and searched through many forum threads about the BRP Fox catalogue springs.Just a thought in case you cant make up your mind in time and want to try a cheaper option.
ok, here is what I found, OEM made for the G2 Max Outlander
BRP is now offering heavy duty suspension springs and 2 choices of shock kits that are factory developed for the customer who wants a firmer ride.
Available Kits, Options, (1)Heavy duty front springs (2)Stiffer spring for heavier loads, less body roll when cornering715 003 199. Option 2 (1)Heavy duty rear springs (2)Stiffer spring for heavier loads715 003 200. Option 3 (2)Pre-assembled FOX shocks and springs (4)Slightly stiffer with threaded preload adjuster715 001 471. Option 4 (3)Pre-assembled FOX HPG 2.0 Podium RC2 Piggyback shocks and springs (4)Fully adjustable, dual compression high performance springs and shocks715 003 201. (1) Options 1 and 2 can be used together. (2) This kit is in already available in the 2015 Can-Am Off Road Parts and Accessories catalog. (3) This kit will be available in June 2015. Individual parts are available in the 2015 Outlander suspension parts list.
Springs are about $100 a pair.
Fox kit (471) is about $580, I understood this to be all 4 shocks and springs.