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2010 Can-Am model information releasd

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2010 Can-Am model information releasd, full info available on their HSOforum. Looks like Can-Am made alot of positive changes, although with more features comes an even higher MSRP over past years.

A few Highlights. way too much to list.

Dynamic Power Steering (DPS)-Can-Am introduces its advanced power steering system on all Outlander XT models, the Outlander MAX Ltd models and the Renegade X xc. DPS comes with two rider selectable modes (“Min” and “Max”) for more or less steering assist that is selectable by the rider for preference or terrain – an industry-exclusive feature. The Can-Am DPS has a quicker response to steering torque input than other power steering systems on the market, and it has more kickback damping than the competition without sacrificing essential feedback. In short: Less kickback, more feedback. And you can be assured the high-capacity, fade-resistant 50-amp motor means

the steering assist level will never change no matter how hard you use it – unlike some competition’s systems that fade with constant heavy use. If you need more convincing our system stands up to whatever the trail bring, Can-Am racers have already proven DPS in the gruelling GNCC race series.

Air-Controled Suspension (ACS)-The 2010 Can-Am Outlander MAX LTD line comes equipped with the industry’s first air-controlled suspension. The ACS adjusts the rear high-pressure gas Fox Racing Shox-built suspension to six rider-selectable levels depending on the trail conditions or rider preference. This allows the LTD to maintain handling characteristics even when fully loaded. The ACS air compressor also comes with a hose that can be used to fill tires while out on the trail. In addition to the Outlander MAX 800R EFI LTD, Can-Am now offers a Outlander MAX 500 EFI LTD option.

Visco-Lok QE-All DPS-equipped models also come standard with Visco-Lok QE, which engages the Can-Am-exclusive Visco-Lok progressively locking front differential even quicker – as soon as there is a speed difference between the two front wheels. This is the only fully-locking front differential in the industry that has no speed-limiting drawback.

D.E.S.S. Expands – All Can-Am Outlander ATVs now have the industry-exclusive D.E.S.S. security system. The acronym stands for Digitally Encoded Security System, which means only the owner’s key can start the ATV. With D.E.S.S., the ATV will not start by any other means other than its matched key.

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that new renegade XC with the beadlock wheels looks awesome. and 71hp to boot. a little on the spendy side at $12k though.

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