The 900cc BRP triple has three 74mm pistons, a low 9.1:1
compression and stroke is 67.9mm. A 46mm EFI throttle body and
Advanced Combustion Efficiency heads get forced-air induction via a
Rotax turbocharger and a Donaldson airbox.
The Can-Am has two-piston calipers squeezing 262mm rotors and
two separate braking systems, and blacked-out aluminum beadlock
wheels grip the grippy Maxxis Liberty 30x10-14 rock tires. The X rc
even has rock sliders and full UHMW skid plate.
almost as light as when in 2x4 mode.
This is the best Maverick diff we’ve
experienced, and it’s matched well
with the Quick-Response System X
HOW DOES THE X RC TURBO
Beautifully. While it isn’t as agile as
HOW IS THE HIGH-END
a RZR Turbo on tight trails, it’s much
more stable at higher speeds. The
high-end shocks, dual torsion bars, low
center of gravity and the Smart-Lok
brain unit work well together to provide
precise handling with rally-car turning
and traction. It’s also confidence-
inspiring in the rocks and tight stuff.
It’s the best we’ve driven,
production-wise. While the Polaris
Dynamix Edition Turbo and Yamaha
YXZ1000R Special Edition’s Fox X2
suspension are more adjustable, the
X3’s ride quality is awesome, and it has
the most travel in its class. Boxed front