I was wondering if anyone has plated one of these machines in any state. I'm in FL and am going to try to plate my T-Boss 550x Golf. Talked to a State Trooper who said it's absolutely plateable the way it sits and also talked to my insurance company and they said the same. I'm not sure what they will consider this type of machine, a golf cart or low speed vehicle. Their are different stipulations for both. I'll keep this thread updated once I get an inspection.
By Christina Gildersleeve
My name is Chrissy and I work at The Tuning School. I am posting about our new tuning courses for HP Tuners and Dynojet PowerCore for Can-Am tuning. We developed two courses to teach shops and enthusiast how tune their SXS. Check out the information below, and if you have any questions please feel free to reach out!
Get ready to unleash the potential power of your Can Am SXS using HP Tuners VCM Suite(and their BRP Cable), or Dynojet PowerCore woth your PV3.
This course is sold as a book and online course in one package. You receive both!
Learn how to navigate and use your chosen software option to create and load custom tunes to fit your preferences. Take it further with performing your own R&D, using our processes as your guideline. The sky's the limit with proven safe processes developed in house by The Tuning School.
Supporting late model Commanders, Defenders, and Mavericks; you can learn how to tune for aftermarket injectors and upgraded thermostats. In addition, use the concepts covered for turbo applications to adjust for larger turbo setups, as well as alternative fuels.
Build as many tunes as you need and gain confidence in troubleshooting issues while you’re out on the trails. Or give your weekend fun haver a little power bump.
This course was built for the shop and enthusiast in mind. Giving both the freedom to create custom tunes, while also better understanding how tuning works overall.
Can-Am Tuning using HP Tuners or Can-Am Tuning using Dynojet PowerCore
If you have questions you ask here or shoot us an email at [email protected]
I have had a battery failure with one of my batteries, maybe another coming soon and have decided to change all 8 out to US Battery XC1800's. Just to make sure I have the correct connections, can anyone post a few pictures of the battery connections and email me a copy?
Just an FYI, the Dual Pro Eagle Performance onboard charger quit. I am not sure, at this point, whether it is the charger that has failed, or the bad battery causing a low voltage failure. This low voltage will cause the charger not to start, even though it may be still working. (2020 models and above have a different charger). The charger is back with DualPro awaiting a dignosis. If you need to remove the charger, to send back to DualPro, you will need to remove the electrical input port on the passenger side, and the output to the batteries. Then, remove a good number of black zip ties to free both cords. The charger itself is held on by 6 machine screws, 3 on each side of the brackets. Be careful, the charger weighs 27 lbs! The whole unit, including the cords needs to be sent back. The connections are soldered inside the charger and cannot be disconnected.
Graham ([email protected])