YOUR RZR XPT & MAVERICK X3 TURBO ENGINES ARE SMALLER THAN YOU THINK!

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YOUR RZR XPT & MAVERICK X3 TURBO ENGINES ARE SMALLER THAN YOU THINK!

Contrary to popular belief, both Polaris and Can-Am use significantly smaller power plants in their turbo cars than they do in there normally aspirated, 1000cc machines.

ACE 900 Engine

CAN-AM

  The first Maverick turbo engines were a 976cc V-Twin boosted powerplant. However, when they developed the Maverick X3, Can-Am dropped a totally different in line, three cylinder motor called an ACE 900 with only 900cc. It developed 172 hp. The Maverick Sport uses the 976cc V-Twin.

Can-Am Maverick X3 900cc
Polaris RZR Turbo 925cc

POLARIS RZR XPT

   When Polaris introduced the first XP Turbo engine back in the 2015 RZR, it came with a 925cc Pro Star engine. This is the same engine they still use in the 2019 Turbos and Turbo S machines now pumping out 168 hp. The XP1000’s are still all 999cc.

Polaris RZR XPT Turbo 925cc
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