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October 2, 2017

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32 • October 2, 2017 • Powersports Business www.PowersportsBusiness.com ATV/UTV snow bike offering, as well as the availability of track system on their newest ATV, ensures all- season mobility for Yamaha customers. "Camso is recognized in the industry as a solid partner able to deliver leading track sys- tems for both OEM, OEA and its independent distribution channels, exceeding standards and customer expectations," said Bruce Dashnaw, sales and marketing director — Powersports at Camso. "We look forward to working with Yamaha through the extension of existing partnerships and developing an even deeper understanding of consumers' off- the-road mobility needs." "With Camso's unique product tech- nologies and deep understanding of niche markets, it was a natural choice to expand our collaboration to include the Camso DTS 129 and ATV R4S track systems," said Frank Pittman, vice president, Customer Support Group, Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. Building on this collaboration, power- sports enthusiasts will be able to purchase the Camso DTS 129 and ATV R4S through Yamaha's authorized dealer network, using the same distribution model as the existing agreement with Yamaha for sales of Camso's ATV T4S and UTV 4S1 systems. TRAKMOTIVE INTRODUCES 42 NEW ATV/UTV CV AXLES TrakMotive has released 42 new part num- bers covering 486 fitment applications for 205 models from Arctic Cat, Can-Am, KYMCO, Polaris and Yamaha. Available in both OE replacement and heavy duty versions, these axles are now in stock and ready to ship. TrakMotive CV axles for ATVs and side- by-sides exceed OEM quality in fit, form and function; come fully assembled with all neces- sary hardware included for easy installation with no modifications required; and include a one-year limited warranty. HIPER TECHNOLOGY LAUNCHES CHEYENNE UTV F-SPEC WHEEL Kansas City, Missouri-based HiPer Technol- ogy by Weld has released the new Cheyenne UTV F-Spec wheel. Adapting the Weld XT Cheyenne truck wheel design, the Cheyenne UTV F-Spec is manufactured using flow form technology, making it 20 percent stronger and 15 percent lighter than cast wheels while carrying a 1,300-pound load rating. HiPer Technology's Cheyenne UTV F-Spec wheel comes in a beadlock design and is available in 15x8 and 15x10 sizes. The Cheyenne is the latest model in HiPer Tech- nology's F-Spec line that also includes the Raptor and Falcon models. FOX ANNOUNCES NEW AFTERMARKET SUSPENSION SYSTEMS FOR MAVERICK X3 Fox Factory Holding Corp. announced specifically tuned, aftermarket suspension systems for the 2017-18 Can-Am Maverick X3 lineup. The suspension system starts at $4,995 MSRP for a set of four shocks, and availability is scheduled for this fall through Can-Am's authorized dealer network. Fox's patented Internal Bypass coil-over suspension systems offer a large range of adjustment options and are specifically calibrated to enhance the performance of Can-Am's side-by-side vehicles — offering enthusiasts options to upgrade and customize the suspension to fit their own personal pref- erence and riding style. The system provides enhanced perfor- mance, improved ride and handling charac- teristics in varying off-road conditions from trail to desert. Dual Speed Compression (DSC), rebound, spring preload and spring crossover external adjustments allow enthu- siasts to dial in a setup that best suits their needs. Designed specifically as bolt-on stock suspension replacement upgrades, they are fully serviceable and re-buildable. "Our goal was to develop highly tunable, ride enhancing upgrade options for enthu- siasts that improve performance in varying conditions," said Lars Matheney, Fox Pow- ersports sales manager. "Our Internal Bypass suspension upgrades are tuned and developed specifically for the Can-Am X3 Base and XDS platforms, apply our latest technology and feature and our extensive knowledge in side- by-side ride dynamics." 4 WHEEL PARTS OPENS GLENDALE, ARIZONA, LOCATION 4 Wheel Parts opened the doors to its newest location on July 29 in Glendale, Arizona, with a family-friendly grand opening celebration. Featuring special grand opening discounts, installation specials and multiple giveaways throughout the day, 4 Wheel Parts introduced its brand new, state-of-the-art showroom and service bays as it presents its unique off-road shopping concept to the community. "We have built such a tremendous fol- lowing in the Phoenix region that it became increasingly important to us that we open this new location to better serve our existing customers on the Westside," said regional manager Peter Gutierrez. "With this new showroom and service center, we will be able to offer increased access and availability to our extensive inventory of parts and accesso- ries while this new service center establishes a convenient opportunity for our customers to benefit from the installation of everything we sell by our expert technicians." POLARIS RECALLS GENERAL UTVS DUE TO CRASH HAZARD Polaris, in conjunction with the U.S. Con- sumer Product Safety Commission, issued a recall on approximately 1,600 Polaris Gen- eral side-by-side ORVs, when it was found that inconsistent tire pressure information can result in improperly-inflated tires, posing a crash hazard. This recall involves all model year 2017 Polaris General base and General Hunter two- seat, side-by-side recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs). The General base was sold in red and the General Hunter was sold in camo. "Polaris" is printed on the front grill, "GEN- ERAL" is printed on the rear panel and "1000" is printed on the front panel. The VIN is printed on the left rear vehicle frame below the cargo box. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled vehicles and contact Polaris for a new tire pressure label and addendum to the owner's manual. All known purchasers are being contacted directly by the firm. YAMAHA RACING'S FOWLER CLINCHES THIRD STRAIGHT GNCC CHAMPIONSHIP Yamaha Racing's Walker Fowler clinched his third-straight Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) XC1 Pro ATV champi- onship in September. Piloting the Mark Notman-prepared WFR/Maxxis/Yamaha YFZ450R to his ninth first-place finish this season at Unadilla in New Berlin, New York, Fowler captured the series title with three rounds still remaining. "Congratulations to Walker and his WFR DIGEST CONTINUED FROM PAGE 31 See Digest, Page 33 HiPer has released its Cheyenne UTV F-Spec wheel. Photo courtsey of HiPer

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