Through the years manufacturers have teased us with what they could build if they wanted to......it's their way of testing market response and flexing a little muscle at the same time. I recall the days when Honda built four concept Valkyries and showed them off at all the major motorcycle events. One of those concept Valkyries eventually became the Honda Rune years later. Many times these concepts never make it to market due to the production costs or lack of public response. But no matter if this one makes it to market or not, gearheads like me love to see this kind of concept put out there for public consumption.
As you may or may not know BRP is a new NASCAR sponsor and it seems only fitting for them to build an over the top performance Can-Am Spyder to show they know more than a little about building power, too. This is the company that came out with a factory installed turbo on the Can-Am Maverick and an insane 300 horsepower Sea-Doo RXP-X. The success of these products has been built on the bulletproof Rotax engine that comes groomed for performance stock.
In 2015 the Can-Am Spyder F3 was released to the public as the
hotrod line of the Spyder. It has a lower center of gravity with
improved handling and the addition of the new 1330cc inline triple with
115 horsepower and 96 lb-ft of torque puts the fun factor through the
roof. These features made the F3 the perfect candidate for performance
upgrades. BRP gave the challenge to their experts at Rotax to work
with them to unleash the potential of the 1330cc Rotax engine.
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