On this episode of On the Throttle, Jacqui and Josh show us the fastest SxS on the market from Can-Am, new information came out about Triumph’s dirt bike, Tiaga releases the world’s first electric personal watercraft named the ORCA, and we get a little teaser from Royal Enfield about updates to the Himalayan. 2:02 Can-Am’s
The folks at Sin City Diesel & Off-Road built this stunning side-by-side.
The company debuted the systems at the Sand Sports Super Show.
This Can-Am Maverick X3 was modified by Dayco’s Director of Product Management Jay Buckley. A field-developed Dayco belt and other performance upgrades make this side-by-side a reliable and competitive off-road racing machine!
This custom Can-Am Maverick X3 from Sin City Xtreme Performance features a prototype air-suspension kit, allowing it to drop down and drift the street, or pump up and haul ass off-road. Check it out!
This sub enclosure integrates seamlessly with the multi-speaker audio system we have available for the new X3.
The efforts of BRP’s experts, inspired by the company’s high standards for innovation and driven by the team’s talent and creativity, have been recognized at the Red Dot product design awards.
On the sport side, the award-winning Maverick X3 and Maverick X3 MAX X-packages now have Smart-Lok, a fully lockable on-the-fly front differential with electronically controlled automatic modes for maximum traction in every condition.
TurnKey UTV’s Can Am Maverick adjustable passenger grab handle will increase passenger safety and comfort. The factory Maverick grab handle is hard to reach when your passenger is properly secured in the seat.