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tured on the newest Maverick side by sides. It utilizes a dou- ble A-arm design setup. Which is where each A-arm acts as two links, and utilizes a toe- control link as the fifth link. What does all that mean? Supposedly, it means that the end result is a condensed and lighter overall suspen- sion package, with less pivot points. The Can-Am engineers designed the TTA to allow for optimal geometric weight transfer to enhance the tire- to-ground contact, while at the same time, increasing its bump absorption, traction and, ultimately, overall control of the suspension. Upgrades You can also choose to equip your Can-Am Maverick with upgraded front and rear Fox Podium X Performance 2.0 HPG piggyback shocks. These are a significant upgrade, and come with multiple compres- sion and preload adjustments. These new Fox shocks are completely rebuildable. Allow- ing for easy service and valv- ing changes. This shocks have dual-rate springs, high-volume 6-inch piggyback reservoirs, velocity sensitive damping control, a hard-anodized alu- minum body, forged piggyback body cap, hard-chrome plated heat-treated shafts, upper and lower bearing mounts, and a racing-developed high-flow piston assembly. Highlight Reel Some of the other high- lights of the new Maverick Design: • 101-hp Rotax 1000R V-Twin engine • Intelligent Throttle Control (iTCTM) • 10-gallon fuel tank • Double A-arm front suspen- sion with 14 inches of travel • Torsional Trailing A-Arms (TTA) independent rear sus- pension with 14” of travel • Fox Podium X Performance 2.0 piggyback shocks • Mid-engine layout • High frame rigidity • 13 in. of ground clearance Sport UTV drivers! Check out the latest line of 2013 Can-Am Maverick 1000R and 1000R “X” RS models when they arrive in dealer show- rooms soon. Look for a four-seat version of the Maverick this spring. DIRT ILLustrated \\\\\\ Vol. 1 + Issue 4 + Page 52