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Old 02-25-2013, 11:17 AM   #1
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CAN-AM OUTLANDER XMR!!

How can you go wrong with 1000cc, Huge silverback tires already installed, snorkled, top mount rad, and warn winch?
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Old 02-25-2013, 01:48 PM   #4
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I'm looking at the can am 800. It has everything. 1000 just seems heavy and way overkill.
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I'm looking at the can am 800. It has everything. 1000 just seems heavy and way overkill.
lol, 1000 is overkill but an 800 isn't?
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lol, 1000 is overkill but an 800 isn't?
well my dad has a 500 with regular tires and I can tell it needs just a little more to be great in the mud. So 800 might still be a little overkill, but thats the only other option I think.
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Maybe i'm just used to the Honda 420's being just fine for the mud. We had a Brute Force for a while and it was fun but would keep snapping axles and was prone to overheating in thick gumbo mud. I suppose I just assume something bigger than that wouldn't be ideal. But of course, I can't say for sure since i've never been on one of those. Just my .02/ opinion.
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Can Am has realeased the XMR 650 this year for those who dont want/need the 1000.
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Artic cat Mud Pro or Cam Am outlander

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