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MILLER BROTHERS’ X3S

MILLER BROTHERS' X3S Hunter and Cody Miller have dominated the 2021 $200,000 Texas UTV Race Series at TexPlex Park, with Cody winning three Pro Turbo rounds and Hunter winning the other two runs thus far. So, Cody leads Hunter in series points—117-104—at the halfway point of 2021. This is a reversal of 2020, with Hunter winning four rounds and the Pro Turbo title over Kyle Hart, while Cody was third in points with one win. We caught up with the Millers at round five to get the scoop on their factory Can-Am XPS Maverick X3…

2021 CAN-AM X3 MAX X DS TURBO RR

2021 CAN-AM X3 MAX X DS TURBO RR At $27,599, the 64 inch wide 2021 Can-am X3 Max X ds Turbo RR is the lowest priced, four seat, 2021 195 horsepower Turbo R powered X3. It’s also the lightest of the four seat, 195 horsepower X3 Turbo RR models, which makes it the quickest accelerating four seat X3. Owners who want to tame the X3 for less-experienced drivers can replace the sport key with the standard key. The RR’s turbocharged, 3 cylinder, 900cc, 12 valve engine’s power advantage over 172 horsepower X3 Turbo R models is…

CAN-AM X3 XRC TURBO RR

CAN-AM X3 XRC TURBO RR Can-Am’s Maverick X3 Turbo Rock Crawler lineup again offers a 64-inch, 120-horsepower Turbo and the 72-inch, 195-horsepower Can-Am X3 Xrc Turbo RR for 2021. No other manufacturer offers a rock-specific Turbo UTV, and the Can-Am X3 Xrc Turbo RR comes standard with 32-inch Maxxis Liberty 2.0 tires on 15-inch beadlock aluminum wheels, a 4500-pound winch, aluminum roof, half-doors, a front bumper, tow hooks, HMWPE skid plates, suspension guards and rock sliders, four-point harnesses, and Smart-Lok front…

2021 CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 MAX X MR TURBO RR

2021 CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 MAX X MR TURBO RR The 2021 Can-Am Maverick X3 Max X mr Turbo RR is a four seat, 195 horsepower, 74.2 inch wide machine with a special accessory package aimed at mud riders. The RR’s turbocharged, 3 cylinder, 900cc, 12 valve engine’s power advantage over X3 Turbo R models is achieved with a larger turbo, different pistons, a less restrictive intake, and bigger intercooler. An upgraded CVT provides excellent drive belt life. Turbo RR models also feature Can-Am’s Smart-Lok front differential…

2021 CAN-AM X3 MAX X RS SMART-SHOX TEST

2021 CAN-AM X3 MAX X RS SMART-SHOX TEST Can-Am revolutionized the extreme-sport UTV market with the Maverick X3 Turbo line first introduced in 2017, and made significant upgrades in 2018, 2019 and now 2021 with the introduction of Smart-Shox Dynamic Damping Adjustment (DDA), the first on-the-fly shock-tuning system to alter both compression and rebound to improve handling and performance. This was developed with input from Fox, Bosch, and Can-Am athletes, including Casey Currie, who will be defending his Dakar Rally UTV…

2021 CAN-AM X3 X DS TURBO RR

2021 CAN-AM X3 X DS TURBO RR At $25,099, the 64 inch wide 2021 Can-Am X3 X ds Turbo RR is the lowest priced 2021 195 horsepower Turbo RR powered X3. It’s also the lightest of the X3 Turbo RR models, which makes it the quickest accelerating X3. Owners who want to tame the X3 for less-experienced drivers can replace the sport key with the standard key. Turbo RR models also feature Can-Am’s Smart-Lok front differential. The X ds Turbo RR is better for tighter conditions than the 72 inch wide X3s at the expense of some…

CAN-AM MAVERICK X3 TURBO RR VS. POLARIS RZR PRO XP ULTIMATE

X3 TURBO RR VS RZR PRO XP We might be jumping the gun at the moment, but as of press time, Polaris hadn’t announced a wide version of the new RZR Pro XP that we could compare to Can-Am’s top-of-the-line Maverick X3 X rs Turbo RR; however, at $27,999 (RZR) and $27,499 (X3), these two machines are comparable in a lot of areas. So, we figured we could do an X3 Turbo RR vs RZR Pro XP shootout and tell you what we liked and didn’t like. Each of these machines has had its own chance to shine in separate test articles. The…