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WHAT’S NEWS

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group April 24, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS No new bulletins BOSSWeb Tricks & Tips

Accessory Terminal Locations There are two accessory power terminal locations you may be looking for on SpyderTM. One is "un-switched" battery power, and the other is "switched" battery power. Fuse locations for both are found in the front fuse block under the storage compartment lid. The "un-switched terminal" can be found under the service cover inside the storage compartment, plugged to a blank white block, and has Violet / Orange and Black wires. The "switched" terminals are located inside a boot, inside the left front upper shock tower weldment, and have Violet / Yellow and Black wires.

How to open the 08 Can-Am spring and summer promotion banner 1- Click on the banner from the home page 2- It will bring up a file download box, click "run" 3- It will bring up a security warning box, click "run" again 4- A WinZip self-extractor box will come up, click "browse", choose "desktop", and then click "OK" and "unzip". It will unzip 4 PDF files and an Excel sheet on your desktop.

Trouble Shooting Please don’t forget that all recent Technical Update Books contain a handy trouble shooting index for past models. You'll find the index on page 54-56 in the 2008 book. When confronted by service issues on 2002 and subsequent models, check the index to find past Update Books that may help you.

Sport Boats Effortless returns! There is a new program supplier for Sport Boats radios, CD players, and remote controls. If you should run across a Jensen®, Voyager®, or Audiovox® product issue, have your repair technician call ASA's experienced troubleshooting team and they'll help you sort out the problem. Further information can be found on page 9 of the 2008 Seadoo Technical Update book.

D.E.S.S.TM Post Interface Many of you may be using the new MPI-2 now that they supersede the VCK and have been auto-shipped to all Can-Am and Spyder dealers. Please keep in mind that the D.E.S.S.TM Post Interface (529036019) is needed for programming keys on older boats, and the MPI-2 will not allow diagnostic functions on DI models without the interface connected. The Interface was not autoshipped and must be ordered separately. The older VCK will continue to be useful for many years.

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group April 9, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS Can-AmTM ATV: Service Bulletin 2008-11 A) Fault Code Displayed on Gauge B) B.U.D.S. Setting Screen Discrepancies Competition Bulletin 2008-2 DS 450 / Engine Overheat Limp Home Modification Ski-Doo®: Warranty Bulletin 2008-17 (Safety) Fuel Hose Replacement Sea-Doo® PWC: Warranty Bulletin 2008-2 A) Exhaust Hose Coming Off on 255 H.O. B) Supercharger Outlet Hose Coming Off on 255 H.O. Sea-Doo® Sportboat: Service Bulletin 2008-5 Missing Compass in Cluster

Parts and Accessories Managers: We want to hear from you! Complete our Satisfaction Survey by April 16th and you could win $1000 in cash! Go to BOSSWeb's Home page, click on the "Dealer Survey – Parts and Accessories Manager" banner (shown below) and voice your opinion. We want to better serve you and need your feedback to do so. We count on you!

Can I delete a sub user account? No, at this moment it is not possible to delete a sub user account for fiscal reason (Government regulation). However, you can close a sub user account by putting an expiration date in the sub user profile. We are presently looking into a way to hide the sub user account when it is not active. More info to come.

Batteries Please be reminded that you MUST adhere to the proper battery PDI procedure as detailed in the PDI Bulletin. Failure to do so may result in cosmetic damage to your customer's new Spyder® Roadster. We will not accept claims for damaged plastic due to improperly serviced batteries. After filling, the batteries must sit upright so the electrolyte can absorb into the plates. Also see "What's News" from Nov. 21, 2007. You will see a running change to a pre-filled battery coming soon.

Xenon lighting system & Fog Light kit If the Xenon lighting system & Fog Light kit are both installed as accessories, the customer will need to purchase the optional wiring harness part number 710001327. Other wise there will not be enough wire plugs for the system to work. This is listed in both sets of instructions. The part numbers for the optional kits are as follow: Xenon Lighting System 219 400 083 Fog Light Kit 219 400 084

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DUE APRIL 15TH!!! 2008-2009 SKI-DOO MEDIA PLAN

Safety Recall Please be sure campaign 2008-0002 is completed on all of your applicable Spyders®. This is a SAFETY campaign, and should not be over-looked. See Roadster Warranty bulletin 2008-2

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October 2, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS TM

Can-Am ATV: Service Bulletin 2009-8 Throttle Plate Opening

2009 Ski-Doo® Technical Update Exam After receiving the 2009 Ski-Doo Technical Update book, at the one-day school or in the mail after schools are finished, the following exam MUST be compleated no later than December 31, 2008. Course 52006 - 2009 Ski-Doo Technical Update Course 52506 – 2009 Ski-Doo Mise à jour technique

550 Fan Summit Calibration Don't forget the 550 Fan Summits are calibrated for 6000 ft. If not ridden at this altitude the clutching AND carburetor jetting must be changed at the time of PDI!!! This is the selling dealer's responsibility. Failure to do so will likely cause engine damage that is NOT covered under warranty. Starting with 2006 MY (model year) we have added a large removable Mylar decal to the speedometer to remind customers and technicians of this fact

Important Technical Training Info In June 2008, every Roadster dealership was autoshipped a training package. This material provided critical information for every dealership including those who had received earlier training. The material is the most accurate and includes valuable SE5 training not before presented. You must have someone at your dealership complete this training no later than October 31st to ensure and demonstrate your expertise and authority as a trained Roadster repair and service facility. DVD Volume 7 Can-Am Roadster Technical Overview / Roadster Can-Am P/N 219 701 329 Can-Am Roadster Technical Overview Workbook P/N 219 600 032 /

You can order these items if you cannot locate your Roadster materials using the part numbers above.

New Version P2.3.21 This new version merges all previous versions and product lines into one version. It is no longer necessary to use different B.U.D.S. version for different product lines. It is now available on BOSSWeb, go to: ComCenter = Document Document Type = Diagnostic Software Category = B.U.D.S. As always it is a good idea to keep at least the previous version on your computer until total validation is done with the new version.

To demonstrate the training is complete, log on to the BRPTI training site and complete the following course. Course 56002 - Can-Am Roadster Technical Overview (DVD 7) To achieve Technician Status in Roadster you may also use your Original set of technical DVDs 1-5 to complete the following exams on BRPTI: Course 0050 Can-Am Roadster Technician Level (DVD 1-5) Due date for Roadster training is October 31, 2008.

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October 2, 2008

Selling Demo Units When selling a demo unit to a customer please note that the demonstrator sales form & change of ownership form need to be filled out and forwarded to your regional sales coordinator in order to complete the change of ownership and render the unit eligible for current promotions. The following forms can be found on BOSSWeb in your dealer binder under dealer /consumer forms as follows: Demo Sales Form................................................5-3 Change of Ownership Form................................ 5-4

SKI-DOO 2009 – popular part numbers

Shop manuals P/N Model ETA 219100330 REV XP/XR™ 2 stroke mid November 219100332 REV XR™ 4-stroke 1200 end of December REV XU™ end of January 2009 219100334 PS: One free copy will be auto-shipped automatically to your dealership around the mentioned dates.

800R rebuilt short block MY 2009 2008 2007 & prior

Chassis REV-XP™ REV-XP™ REV®

P/N N/A this season 421000650 421000645

Belts P/N 417300197 417300383 417300377 605348425 415060600 417300288 417300326

Engine 500SS / SUMMIT 600 carb / Legend V800, Tundra V800 all 600 HO E-tec, all 1200 4-tec, MXZ® 800R SUMMIT® 800R all Skandic® & Expedition® models except Tundra™ all 550F MXZ®X® 600 RS RACING Tundra™ 300F

Spark plugs P/N Type Engine 512060354 BR10ECS 500SS, 600 carb 415129375 PZFR6F 600 HO E-TEC 512059552 BR9ECS-5 MXZ® X 600 RS RACING 415129429 CR8EKB 1200 4-TEC 512060029 BR8ECS 0.8MM Expedition® TUV 600 HO SDI 414961100 BR9ES all 300F & 550F 707000246 DCP-R8E all V800 ®, ™ and the BRP logo are trademarks ofBR9ECS-8 Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or800R its affiliates. 415128524 CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE This e-mail transmission contains confidential information and may be legally privileged. If you are not the intended recipient you are hereby notified that any disclosure, copying, distribution or use of any of the information contained in or attached to this transmission is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.


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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group September 18, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS Can-AmTM ATV: Warranty Bulletin (SAFETY) 2009-2 DS 90TM XTM Engine Tether Shutoff Switch Can-AmTM Roadster: Warranty Bulletin 2008-4 GS Wheel Trim Ring

Drive Axles Shipping We will start shipping drive axles to early snowfall areas this week. If looking in BOSSWeb you will find a shipping date of December. Please be assured you will start to see axles well before this date though an exact date yours will be shipped is hard to tell as we will ship smaller quantities to all dealers as they become available from our supplier.

E-TEC® Spark Plugs Proper orientation or "indexing" is critical for an E-TEC® engine to perform properly. Please make sure you are using spark plugs received from BRP p/n 415129375 as these are specially indexed for the E-TEC® engine. If using plugs from any other supplier special care will be needed to "index" the sparkplugs properly.

Service Managers: We want to hear from you!

Complete our Satisfaction Survey by September 28th and you could win $1000 in cash! Go to BOSSWeb's Home page, click on the "Dealer Survey – Service Manager" banner (shown below) and voice your opinion. We want to better serve you and need your feedback to do so. We're counting on you!

Bombardier Recreational Product's Guide to Service Fundamentals and Principles This 480 page book is the only textbook of its kind as it teaches basic theory and principles, using BRP's products as examples. Your technicians can learn the basics while applying the knowledge directly to our Products. It was sent to your dealership free of charge as part of your BRPTI training kit. This valuable text book should be kept in a place where all technicians will have access to it so they can refer to it when questions arise. Please read "the book" and share it with all your employees. Part number of the book is 484800168 (English) and a picture of the cover is below.

When replacing the GBPS (gearbox position sensor) on a Spyder™ Roadster it is not necessary to remove the countershaft sprocket. The 2008 Service Manual incorrectly states it must be removed yet the flat rate (0.3 hr) does not include sprocket removal. The 2009 Service Manual will be corrected.

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LATEST BULLETINS Ski-Doo®: Service Bulletin 2009-6 Spring Chart Sea-Doo® PWC: Service Bulletin 2008-9 Battery Care Reminder

Axle Caps Spyder™ Roadsters produced prior to June 2008 were shipped without rear axle caps. We have auto shipped caps in sufficient quantity to retrofit all Spyder™ GS units delivered to your dealership. These caps have been shipped and will arrive at your dealership within the next few days. Please install them on your customers Spyder™. If more caps are required, they may be ordered directly from PAC (Right – 705501022, Left – 705501081)

Three Roadster Items Now Available • • •

The sporty looking, great sounding, lighter weight Performance Silencer exhaust system 219400073 The cast aluminum, polyurethane padded passenger Adjustable Backrest with up to 5 cm of forward and rear adjustment 219400082 The Rear Sport Rack required to install the backrest featuring a unique mounting system that allows the backrest to click in instantly 219400081

PROGRAM

2008 Certification Program Reminders Can-Am™ Roadster Technical Overview (DVD 7) is due by August 31, 2008 Can-Am™ Roadster Technician Level (DVDs 1-5) is due by October 31, 2008

New B.E.S.T. Price Lists Effective September 1st!! Your current B.E.S.T. price lists are no longer valid since September 1st. Do take a moment to go to BOSSWeb / ComCenter / B.E.S.T. Guide and print our latest price lists! When you sell a B.E.S.T. plan, do not forget to fill out a B.E.S.T. contract form (P/N: 484800210 in the USA and 484800212 in Canada) and register the service contract on BOSSWeb. You can also order our customer brochures (P/N: 219700533 in the USA and 219700709 in Canada), desk mats (P/N: 219701170 in the USA and 219700535 in Canada) on BOSSWeb or by calling our team at 1800-366-6992.

QRS Adjuster Tool We still have in stock quite a few "shop grade" QRS adjuster tools for the polymer style belt deflection adjusters found on 2008 and early 2009 Rev XP™'s. The part number is 529036127.

Place your orders on BOSSWeb today!

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group August 14th, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS Can-AmTM Roadster: Warranty Bulletin 2008-3 Parking Brake Pedal

Dealer Certification PROGRAM 2008 Certification Program Reminders Mandatory section online exams: • Course # 81010 Sales • Course # 81011 Financial • Course # 81012 Service • Deadline: Nov 30th CSI online exam (course # 81009): • Must complete exam to complete CSI criteria • Deadline Nov 30th

Sport Boat wiring diagrams Please note that we omitted to mention the 150 Speedster™ and 180 Challenger™ model on the cover page of the 2008 Sea-Doo® Sport Boats wiring diagram booklet but the diagrams are included in it.

Trouble Shooting Please don’t forget that all recent Technical Update Books contain a handy trouble shooting index for past models. You'll find the index on page 54-56 in the 2008 book. When confronted by service issues on 2002 and subsequent models, check the index to find past Update Books that may help you.

Signage: • If you have received your signs from our supplier, please send us your pictures at brp-certphotos@brp.cpm. Warranty Campaigns: • Completion of minimum 65% of campaigns with a "start date" between Sept 1st 2007 and Sept 1st 2008. • Measurement date: Nov 30th 2008 2008-2009 Spader Schedule is now available on their website: www.spader.com.

Parking Brake

One Day Technical Update School As you may or may not know, we are doing regional Ski-Doo update schools this year. If you have not seen a registration form that we have faxed to each dealership, please look at the "alerts" on the front page of BOSSWeb. Be sure to get you registration in soon.

As you can see in our LATEST BULLETINS section, we have published a Warranty Bulletin concerning the parking brake. We are also calling each of your dealerships and asking that you concentrate on the SE5 models at this time. There is a limited number of SE5's in the field so we are also asking you to control your parts orders. Parts are coming from supply on a regular basis, but in order to reduce the risk of creating a back order, please spread your orders over a reasonable time period that matches your projected completion rate. Again, please concentrate on the SE5 first.

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July 31st, 2008

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LATEST BULLETINS

PROGRAM

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2008 Certification Program Reminders

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Minimum Requirements Computer technology is moving forward at an aggressive pace. Many of the issues we face together can be traced directly to out-dated equipment and software. Please take the time to read the alert posted on your home page of BOSSWeb to fully understand theses challenges. This is a "must read". The name of the document is: Minimal Requirements

Valve Adjustment Some customers may be approaching a mileage where their Spyder is due for a valve clearance adjustment, or inspection. In order for you to be prepared for this, you need to stock an assortment of valve shims. The shims most frequently used are in the 2.6 to 2.8 millimeter range, so if you at least stock this range of shim you should be covered. It is not necessary to stock all of the available shims.

Beep, Beep, Beep Many of you are now receiving your first SE5 electric shift models. Please be aware that when you shut down an SE5 engine without applying the parking brake the warning beeper will sound for approximately 20 seconds. This is to warn the customer that his Spyder could potentially role downhill until the parking brake is set. Stopping it in gear is not effective as on SM5 because of the centrifugal clutch.

Mandatory section online exams: • Course # 81010 Sales • Course # 81011 Financial • Course # 81012 Service • Deadline: Nov 30th CSI online exam (course # 81009): • Must complete exam to complete CSI criteria • Deadline Nov 30th Signage: • If you have received your signs from our supplier, please send us your pictures at brp-certphotos@brp.cpm. Warranty Campaigns: • Completion of minimum 65% of campaigns with

a "start date" between Sept 1st 2007 and Sept 1st 2008. Measurement date: Nov 30th 2008

2008-2009 Spader Schedule is now available on their website: www.spader.com.

Wake Ballast System: Further to the 2008 Sea-Doo® Catalog update zip bulletin, this is just a quick reminder that the Wake Ballast System 295501072 part number has been cancelled and has been replaced with the following part numbers: 295100322 – GTX, RXT (2006 – 2008) and 295100334 – GTX, RXT (2002-2005). The board rack as well at the electric VTS are not included in this system. Please refer to the instruction sheet for the concerned kit for more details

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group July 24th, 2008

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In the last few weeks, we d about flat rates, how they are compiled and the importance of using the appropriate job code. This week, we will discuss how to submit multiple repair claims on one vehicle. First, how do I submit for multiple repairs? In order to add a repair you only need to click on the of the Trouble part number line:

sign at the end

When you add a repair it will say Repair 1 of 2 and the number will change with the number of repairs you add. Second, when do I submit for multiple repairs? When you do more than one repair in different systems or different areas of the unit; by doing a multiple repair claim you will be able to claim for the appropriate job code for each repair. Many dealers choose to submit 1 repair for multiple repairs done on a vehicle and use one job code and then lump all the remaining labor on the extra labor line. By doing this you greatly increase your risk of being cut on your warranty claim since the logic between the job codes and the parts required for the multiple repairs will only show as a lump operation. If you have any other questions concerning multiple repair claims contact the Warranty Department at (800) 3619980 (Canada) or (800) 366-6992 (US), select 3 for Warranty and then 5 for Policies and Procedures.

Change of ownership/ address BRP receives change of ownership requests and change of address requests regularly. You can help us keep registration information updated by completing the modifications online on BOSSWeb under the Sales tab. Don't hesitate to verify your customer information when servicing their vehicle, and make the required modifications. BRP uses this information to reach vehicle owners when releasing Safety campaigns but also when sending advertising material. In both situations, your dealership will benefit of future business opportunities.

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group July 17th, 2008

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LATEST BULLETINS Ski-Doo®: Predelivery Bulletin 2009-2 REV-XPTM Predelivery Inspection Can-AmTM Roadster: Predelivery Bulletin 2008-1 Rev.2 Can-AmTM SpyderTM GS Predelivery Inspection

Use of appropriate job codes In the last few weeks, we have been talking about flat rates and how they are compiled. This week, we will discuss the importance of using the appropriate job code which will pay you the accurate flat rate when filing a warranty claim. With some manufacturers, you need to compile all the job codes and then submit for the total time. BRP has simplified this process by combining the job codes so you will only be claiming for the longest lasting operation as per the repair procedure in the Shop Manual. By claiming the job code for the longest lasting operation you will greatly reduce the risk of being cut on the claim. So remember that with BRP, FLAT RATE TIME IS NOT CUMULATIVE. You must use the job code for the longest lasting operation. If you have any questions concerning flat rates and job codes contact the Warranty Department at (800) 3619980 (Canada) or (800) 366-6992 (US), select 3 for Warranty and then 5 for Policies and Procedures.

Brake Noise Although some brake noise or "squeal" can be considered as normal in almost any vehicle, we have had reports of "excessive" brake noise from some of our Roadster customers. We want you to know that we are fully aware of the situation and are currently working with our Engineering team to find solutions. In the interim, we have discovered that it is possible to drastically reduce the brake noise in severe cases, by using commercially available automotive products designed to address such complaints. We are hereby authorizing you to use these products in order to satisfy any customers you may have with the complaint. We have found that in the US, a product made by CRC works very well. Avoid the aerosol types as they are much thinner in viscosity. Following the brake pad replacement procedures outlined in the shop manual remove the pads and apply the material only to the contact areas on the back side of the pads. Naturally avoid getting any material on the brake pad surface or brake discs. The time allowed to perform this will be .7 hours and may be claimed on a normal warranty claim.

Parking Brake We also receive reports from customers experiencing parking brake difficulties. Be sure to maintain the parking brake adjustment per the shop manual or training DVD, and also use a spray lube to clean and lubricate the brake locking mechanism. This will keep the brake operating as designed. Be sure to instruct customers to not "over apply" the brake. Only set it tight enough to prevent the vehicle from rolling. When releasing the brake, be sure to let it return "sharply" so that it can reset the ratchet locking device.

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The top 10 most wanted list Here is a list of our 10 most popular part number requests according to calls received from the dealer network from March to June: 1) Watercraft ladder for RXP®, GTX† 4-TEC®, GTX† DI 2002, RXT® & RXT®-XTM: 295100307 (check the instruction sheet on BOSSWeb for additional parts needed for the RXT®-XTM). 2) Watercraft cover for 2-stroke GTX†, GTX† LTD, GTX† RFI, GTX† DI 1996-2003 and 2-stroke GTI™ 1997-2000: 280000389 3) Retractable Ski-Pylon for GTX† 4-TEC and RXT® (but not for RXT®-X®): 295100251. Please note that BRP does not offer a retractable ski-pylon for the RXT®-X® this year. This accessory is being developed for MY 2009 only. Additional parts are required for the following 2 applications: 2002 GTX† 4-TEC® – 274001036 (exhaust hose), 2003 GTX† 4-TEC® supercharged – 274001066 (exhaust hose) 4) Windshield kit for Outlander™ 400 2003-2008: 703500444. 5) Spyder® shop manual: 219100283 6) Supercharger rebuilt kit for 215 hp BVIC with titanium coated steel washers: 420881100 7) Depth sensor for GTX† 4-TEC® & RXT® 2003-2008, GTI™ 2008, RXT®-X® 2008: 295100324 8) 2008 Sea-Doo® shop manual: 219100313 (still no ETA) 9) 2004 ATV Outlander™ shop manual: 219100180 10) Sport Boats cover for 150 Speedster® & Sportster® 4-TEC® 2003-2008: 280000387

For increased efficiency, and to give you the opportunity to offer the best support to your customers, BRP offers you exclusive and direct contact to various departments such as parts, technical, sales, technology and consumer services, and prioritizes calls, even at the consumer service level. Please post near your phones, the contact numbers found in Section 1 of any Technical Update Book under the heading "It's Easy to Reach Us." Keep in mind also that our consumer services representatives are not trained to answer questions that are technical or related to parts and sales; thus, consumers calling BRP on these subjects will be redirected to contact your dealership in order to increase your business opportunities.

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group June 5th, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS Can-Am™ ATV: Predelivery Bulletin 2009-1 DS250® Predelivery Inspection Predelivery Bulletin 2009-2 Outlander TM and Renegade TM Predelivery Inspection Predelivery Bulletin 2009-3 DS70 TM / DS90 TM / DS90 TM X TM Predelivery Inspection Service Bulletin 2009-1 Batteries Activation, Charging and Maintenance Service Bulletin 2009-2 B.U.D.S. Software and Communication Tools Warranty Bulletin 2009-1 A) Operator's guide B) Missing mirrors – European community only Sea-Doo® Sportboat: Warranty Bulletin 2008-2 Shifter / throttle mechanism improvement

Invalid Variant ®

During PDI of 2008 Sea-Doo 's, or shortly thereafter, you may encounter the message Invalid Variant type Conversion while trying to communicate with B.U.D.S. 2.3.17. This message will prevent you from communication and therefore you will be unable to program keys, add the customer's name or perform diagnostic functions. If you encounter this, go to BOSSWeb and download B.U.D.S. version 2.3.19. Another option if you have a customer waiting is to unplug the instrument cluster and re-read the MPEM data. When finished with B.U.D.S. plug the cluster back in.

Warning, Enter Model Number TRAINING COMING! Within a few days you will be receiving two separate training materials for the Can-AmTM Roadsters. Technical DVD Vol. 7 and the Can-AmTM Roadster Technical Overview workbook will be arriving in separate envelopes. Also a Roadster exam will be placed on the B.R.P.T.I. training site. Please read the letters enclosed with both mailings for instructions on how to complete the training. You will need the DVD, a Shop Manual (previously shipped), and the Workbook all together at one time. Watch your mail box and enjoy the DVD!

Fuel Level Sensor Test If you need to test the fuel level sensor on SpydersTM, the following test procedure may be used. The testing may be performed between the Blue wire [terminal A] at the pump and the Black/Beige wire [terminal D] at the pump. Fuel level empty should be approx. 290 ohm resistance Fuel level full should be approx. 80 ohm resistance

When programming a new ECM for any 4 Tec PWC, be sure to list the proper model number on the vehicle page in BUDS After registering the VIN number & engine number, the screen will open & ask for the proper model number. The screen will also allow you to enter S BOAT at that time. Do not do this unless it really is a Sport Boat. S Boat is for Sport Boats and will deactivate the speedometer mode of the ECM for a PWC. This is a 1 time entry and can not be changed after the initial entry. Be sure to enter the proper model number. If you have accidentally deactivated a speedometer in this way, contact a Service Representative.

"SENSOR" As you are summarizing watercrafts please be reminded that the cluster warning "SENSOR " will show on units that have a depth finder & are run when out of the water. See page 3-19 in the 2004 Tech Update Book.

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group May 8, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS TM

Can-Am ATV: Service Bulletin 2008-13 Service Bulletin 2008-13 VTwin Engines Coolant Reservoir Vent

PAC New Part Smart 8.6

Dealer Certification

PROGRAM

DUE MAY 31st!!! Sea-Doo Technician Level Training 1 technician DVD 1-6 + Update Exam

The all new electronic parts catalog software PartSmart 8.6 is arriving. We will mail it to you very soon. This new version includes the new Sea-Doo® Sport Boats and PWC models. Something completely new to this new version is something called "Thumbnails". This new option will give you the possibility of pre-visualizing the assemblies and give you the possibility to find what you are looking for faster. Watch for the new PartSmart 8.6 in the next days.

Depth Finder Reminder As your technicians are summarizing watercrafts please be reminded that the cluster warning SENSOR will show on units that have a depth finder and are run when out of the water. Tech update 2004 page 3-19

Wakeboard Tower Sound System Our service department frequently receives calls about the installation of the Wake model Sport Boats sound system parts. Please note that the towers for these models come with a piece of rope already inside the tubes, which your technician must use to pull the supplied wires through the tubes when doing repairs or installing kits. The wires supplied are a predetermined length, with a special connector on each end, and this is where the confusion occurs for some technicians, when they finish pulling the wires through and there is too much wire left over. Simply stuff any excess wire into the top of the tower and all should be fine. There is also a significant amount of information to be found in the technical update books from 2006, 2007, and 2008 regarding the Infinity sound systems. We hope this will help to alleviate some of your questions about these models.

Riser Block Kit Revisited When Installing Riser Block Kit 219400087 please be reminded that the instructions have been updated. You may have kits with previous version instruction sheets, and will need to update them with the following… Steering Column Hub retaining nut – The correct torque for the retainer nut is 19-24 lb/ft - 26-32 Nm (previously 32 lb/ft - 44 Nm). Please make corrections in the 2008 Spyder GS Shop Manual P/N 219 100 283 on page 342 & 356. The instruction sheet (P/N 487 800 332) on BOSSWeb has already been updated. Also, add an additional procedure to both the Shop Manual and the Instruction Sheet - The hub should be pressed in-place before tightening the retaining nut. Do not use the nut to "install" the hub on the steering shaft.

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Published weekly by the Dealer Support Group May 1, 2008

LATEST BULLETINS

BOSSWeb Tricks & Tips

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Sea-Doo PWC: Service bulletin 2007-17 Fuel Pump Activating Procedure Can-AmTM ATV: Service Bulletin 2008-13 V-Twin Water Pump Seals Removal and Installation Revised Procedure

Where to find all B.U.D.S. single file available a. In BOSSWeb click on Comcenter b. Choose 'Document" in the menu c. Then pick "Diagnostic Software" in Document Type d. Enter "single" in "Search by Keyword" e. Then click on the submit arrow

SpyderTM Battery PDI .

2009 Drive belt info Many of you are completing PAC IO's. Please be aware that there will be some new drive-belt strategies next year. a. Summits® will use the new 417300377 belt. It is 4 mm shorter and 1.5 mm wider than the 166. It may be considered as a high performance option for all REV-XPTM's but will obviously cost more. b. Most other REV-XPTM, and REV-XRTM models, including the 1203 Four Strokes, will use a new belt, 417300383 which is the same length as the 166 but 1.5 mm wider. This belt would be a good choice for all previous years REVXPTM, because it is wider and would offer more adjustability. The new belt will be available around mid-October. c. The 417300166 is, and always will be a good belt for all ZX and REV® models. d. If you want to do any changes in your Ski-Doo initial order, contact your PAC Representative before May 15.

We are finding some people are still confused about proper prep time of the Spyder battery. The absolute minimum time to prep the battery before installation is 7 hours! After you fill the battery it will take at least that long to follow all the procedures detailed in the PDI sheet. Failure to allow this much time may cause the battery to leak acid all over your customers new Spyder. Until the new pre-filled batteries arrive in later production, we highly recommend filling and charging the batteries at least a full day before installing them.

New Replacement Engines Be absolutely certain to read and fully understand service Bulletin 2007-9 when estimating customer costs for replacing a 1503 engine. Failure to do so will cause delayed repair times, inaccurate cost estimation, and possibly engine operating failures, or severe damage. If you have questions call the service department.

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MONO SEAT COWL Yellow (Kit P/N 219 400 079) Full Moon (Kit P/N 219 400 080) Black (Kit P/N 219 400 092) Roadster Red (Kit P/N 219 400 093)

WARNING – For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized BRP dealer. – This kit is designed for specific applicable models only (authorized BRP dealers will confirm model(s)). It is not recommended for units other than the one (those) for which it was sold. – This instruction sheet MUST be given to the purchaser.

WARNING – Should removal of a locking device (e.g. lock tabs, self-locking fasteners, etc.) be required when undergoing disassembly/assembly, always replace with a new one. – Torque wrench tightening specifications must strictly be adhered to. – Always wear EYE PROTECTION AND APPROPRIATE GLOVES when using power tools. – Unless otherwise specified, engine must be OFF when performing any operation on the vehicle. – Always be aware of parts that can move, such as wheels, transmission components, etc. – Some components may be HOT. Always wait for engine to cool down before performing work. The following symbols may be used in this document: SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION

WARNING CAUTION: NOTE: FASTENER SIZE

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in serious injuries or death. Denotes an instruction which, if not followed, could severely damage vehicle components. Indicates supplementary information needed to fully complete an instruction. FASTENER GRADE/TORQUE TO BE USED WHEN TORQUES ARE NOT SPECIFIED IN TEXT

5.8 Grade

8.8 Grade

10.9 Grade

12.9 Grade

M4

1.5 — 2 N•m (13 — 18 lbf•in)

2.5 — 3 N•m (22 — 27 lbf•in)

3.5 — 4 N•m (31 — 35 lbf•in)

4 — 5 N•m (35 — 44 lbf•in)

M5

3 — 3.5 N•m (27 — 31 lbf•in)

4.5 — 5.5 N•m (40 — 47 lbf•in)

7 — 8.5 N•m (62 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 10 N•m (71 — 89 lbf•in)

M6

6.5 — 8.5 N•m (58 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 12 N•m (71 — 106 lbf•in)

10.5 — 15 N•m (93 — 133 lbf•in)

16 N•m (142 lbf•in)

M8

15 N•m (11 lbf•ft)

24.5 N•m (18 lbf•ft)

31.5 N•m (23 lbf•ft)

40 N•m (30 lbf•ft)

M10

29 N•m (21 lbf•ft)

48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)

61 N•m (45 lbf•ft)

72.5 N•m (53 lbf•ft)

M12

52 N•m (38 lbf•ft)

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

105 N•m (77 lbf•ft)

127.5 N•m (94 lbf•ft)

M14

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

135 N•m (100 lbf•ft)

170 N•m (125 lbf•ft)

200 N•m (148 lbf•ft)

NOTE: The illustrations in this document show typical construction of the different assemblies and may not

reproduce the full detail or exact shape of the parts; however, they represent parts that have the same or similar function. NOTE: Installation time is approximately 0.1 hour. Printed in Canada (rsi2008-008 en DM/md) ©2008 Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. and BRP US Inc. All rights reserved. ®™ and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates.

Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 204

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PARTS TO BE INSTALLED

PARTS TO BE INSTALLED

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P/N ITEM

219 400 079 yellow

219 400 080 full moon

219 400 092 black

219 400 093 roadster red

P1

708 000 521

708 000 524

708 000 633

708 000 634

DESCRIPTION

QTY

Mono Seat Cowl

1

P2

293 850 090

Strap

2

P3

293 850 091

Strap

2

INSTRUCTIONS

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5. Insert long straps [P3] in rear holes underneath seat and slide toward the side [1].

1. Install short straps [P2] in front clip of mono seat cowl. 2. Insert key in ignition switch. 3. Push and turn clockwise. 4. Pull seat upward while maintaining the key.

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6. Install mono seat cowl above passenger seat. 7. Lift up front part of cowl.

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8. Install rear straps [P3] in rear clip of mono seat cover [2]. 9. Move down front part of cowl. 10. Insert front straps [P2] in holes underneath seat and slide toward the side [1]. Make sure straps are properly secured in place.

WARNING Never sit on seat cover

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REAR SPORT RACK FULL MOON (Kit P/N 219 400 081) ROADSTER RED (Kit P/N 219 400 101) YELLOW MILLENNIUM (Kit P/N 219 400 128)

 WARNING – For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized BRP dealer. – This kit is designed for specific applicable models only (authorized BRP dealers will confirm model(s)). It is not recommended for units other than the one (those) for which it was sold. – This instruction sheet MUST be given to the purchaser.

 WARNING – Should removal of a locking device (e.g. lock tabs, self-locking fasteners, etc.) be required when undergoing disassembly/assembly, always replace with a new one. – Torque wrench tightening specifications must strictly be adhered to. – Always wear EYE PROTECTION AND APPROPRIATE GLOVES when using power tools. – Unless otherwise specified, engine must be OFF when performing any operation on the vehicle. – Always be aware of parts that can move, such as wheels, transmission components, etc. – Some components may be HOT. Always wait for engine to cool down before performing work. The following symbols may be used in this document:

Symbol

Description

 WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury or death.

CAUTION:

Denotes an instruction which, if not followed, could severely damage vehicle components.

NOTE:

Indicates supplementary information needed to fully complete an instruction.

FASTENER SIZE

FASTENER GRADE/TORQUE TO BE USED WHEN TORQUES ARE NOT SPECIFIED IN TEXT. 5.8 Grade

8.8 Grade

10.9 Grade

12.9 Grade

M4

1.5 — 2 N•m (13 — 18 lbf•in)

2.5 — 3 N•m (22 — 27 lbf•in)

3.5 — 4 N•m (31 — 35 lbf•in)

4 — 5 N•m (35 — 44 lbf•in)

M5

3 — 3.5 N•m (27 — 31 lbf•in)

4.5 — 5.5 N•m (40 — 47 lbf•in)

7 — 8.5 N•m (62 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 10 N•m (71 — 89 lbf•in)

M6

6.5 — 8.5 N•m (58 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 12 N•m (71 — 106 lbf•in)

10.5 — 15 N•m (93 — 133 lbf•in)

16 N•m (142 lbf•in)

M8

15 N•m (11 lbf•ft)

24.5 N•m (18 lbf•ft)

31.5 N•m (23 lbf•ft)

40 N•m (30 lbf•ft)

M10

29 N•m (21 lbf•ft)

48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)

61 N•m (45 lbf•ft)

72.5 N•m (53 lbf•ft)

M12

52 N•m (38 lbf•ft)

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

105 N•m (77 lbf•ft)

127.5 N•m (94 lbf•ft)

M14

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

135 N•m (100 lbf•ft)

170 N•m (125 lbf•ft)

200 N•m (148 lbf•ft)

NOTE: The illustrations in this document show typical construction of the different assemblies and may not reproduce the full detail or exact shape of the parts; however, they represent parts that have the same or similar function.

Printed in Canada. (rsi2008-010 en JPM) Instruction ©2008 Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. and BRP US Inc. All rights reserved. ®™ and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates.

Sheet P/N 487 800 252

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NOTE: Installation time is approximately 1.5 hour.

PARTS TO BE INSTALLED Item

P1 P1.1 P1.2

Part Number

Description

705 003 255

Upper cover - Full Moon

705 003 256

Upper cover - Roadster Red

705 003 387

Upper cover - Yellow Millennium

Quantity 1

705 003 257

Lower cover - Full Moon

705 003 258

Lower cover - Roadster Red

705 003 388

Lower cover - Yellow Millennium

205 461 060

Bolt M6 x 10

2

1

P2

705 002 609

Extrusion

1

P3

705 002 610

Plate

2

P4

230 082 044

Bolt M8 x 120

1

P5

233 281 414

Elastic nut M8

2

P6

250 000 327

Bolt M8 x 75

1

P7

705 002 648

Cable

1

P8

205 582 560

Bolt M8 x 25

4

705 003 259

Lid Full - Moon

705 003 260

Lid Roadster - Red

705 003 389

Lid - Yellow Millennium

P9

INSTRUCTIONS

1

Remove bottom tail cover.

Removal

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Upper Tail Cover Removal rsi2008-010-001_a

Using a small screwdriver, release the upper tail cover tabs [3].

Bottom Tail Cover Removal Remove screws [1] securing the bottom tail cover to rear panels. Remove screw [2] securing bottom tail cover to upper tail cover.

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Remove upper tail cover. NOTE: Upper tail cover will be replaced by rear rack. It should be kept in case of rear rack option removal.

Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 252


INSTRUCTIONS Rear Panel Removal Unlatch and lift seat. Remove upper side panels.

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Remove and discard rear handle assembly bolt [13].

Remove screws [4] securing front part of rear panel (right side shown).

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Before beginning installation of rear sport rack, remove the 2 M6 bolts [P1.2] to separate lower cover [P1.1] from upper cover [P1].

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Remove the reusable plastic rivets [5] securing rear panel (right side shown).

Installation

Disconnect and remove battery.

î°? WARNING

Always disconnect the BLACK (-) cable first. This will open the battery circuit and remove the possibility of causing a spark, or a short circuit with the vehicle when disconnecting the RED (+) battery cable. Electrolyte or fuel vapors can be present and a spark may ignite them possibly causing an explosion which could result in equipment damage, severe personal injuries, or death. Do not place tools on battery. Unplug turn signal connectors.

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Locate hole [6] for lid cable [P7] under seat.

Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 252

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INSTRUCTIONS

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Route cable [P7] from under seat toward rear end of vehicle through frame channel [7].

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Place cable sheath into its groove [1]. As an adjustment, leave about 12.5 mm (1/2”) of cable sheath past the groove [2]. Tight cable length adjustment nuts to 4.5 N•m (40 lbf•in).

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Fasten knob cable end [2] to frame using spliced plastic nut [3] supplied with cable [P7]. Torque nut just enough to avoid fuel tank cover to be warped [1]. NOTE: Writings on knob must be horizontal in order to be readable.

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Slide extrusion [P2] into frame channel with cable routed over extrusion [9].

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Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 252


INSTRUCTIONS

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Slide plates [P3] into end of extrusion.

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Fasten extrusion to passenger handle assembly with M8 bolt [P6] from upside down. Torque bolt at 9 N•m (7 lbf•ft). Place and screw a nut [P5] on passenger handle assembly bolt and torque nut at 25 N•m (18 lbf•ft). Fasten extrusion to frame with M8 bolt [P4] and nut [P5]. Hold bolt and torque nut at 25 N•m (18 lbf•ft). NOTE: Bolt head must be toward battery rack.

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Fasten upper cover [P1] to extrusion using 4 M8 bolts [P8]. NOTE: The lid [P9] must be installed to make sure latch works properly and to set proper cable adjustment.

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Bring upper cover close to extrusion with front facing up. Connect cable to latch [10].

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Lay upper cover in position over extrusion. Install lid by aligning lid hooks into rear rack openings [12], then push lid forward and down to lock in position. NOTE: The latch is designed with dual hook position like automobile doors. Make sure lid is correctly latched or it will be secure but loose. Confirm proper cable unlatching function.

Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 252

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INSTRUCTIONS Cable must have a free play of about 2 mm (3/32”) before unlatching lid. If latch doesn't work properly, upper cover must be removed and cable readjusted. If cable is too loose, more cable sheath must be past extrusion groove. If cable is too tight, less cable sheath must be past extrusion groove. When cable is properly adjusted, Torque upper cover to extrusion bolts in a criss cross pattern at a torque of 25 N•m (18 lbf•ft).

Warning Label This product comes with a warning label containing important safety information. The label should be considered permanent part of the product. If the label comes off or becomes hard to read, please contact an authorized BRP dealer for free of charge replacement. Any person who intends to use this product should read and understand the information contained on the warning label before doing so.

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(P/N 704 901 871)

Location of the Warning Label

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Apply Loctite† 243 thread locker (P/N 293 800 600) on lower cover bolts [P1.2] and fasten lower cover [P1.1] to upper cover [P1]. Torque bolts to 10 N•m (95 lbf•in). Reinstall and reconnect battery.

 WARNING

Always connect RED (+) cable first then BLACK (-) cable. Reconnect turn signal connectors. CAUTION: Always test light operation after reconnecting turn signal connectors.

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Under lid.

Reinstall rear panels by fastening screws securing front part and reinstalling reusable plastic rivets. Reinstall upper side panels. Reinstall bottom tail cover.

† Loctite is a registered trademark of Loctite Corp.

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Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 252


REAR RACK BAG (Kit P/N 280 000 317)

 WARNING – For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized BRP dealer. – This kit is designed for specific applicable models only (authorized BRP dealers will confirm model(s)). It is not recommended for units other than the one (those) for which it was sold. – This instruction sheet MUST be given to the purchaser.

 WARNING – Should removal of a locking device (e.g. lock tabs, self-locking fasteners, etc.) be required when undergoing disassembly/assembly, always replace with a new one. – Torque wrench tightening specifications must strictly be adhered to. – Always wear EYE PROTECTION AND APPROPRIATE GLOVES when using power tools. – Unless otherwise specified, engine must be OFF when performing any operation on the vehicle. – Always be aware of parts that can move, such as wheels, transmission components, etc. – Some components may be HOT. Always wait for engine to cool down before performing work. The following symbols may be used in this document:

Symbol

Description

 WARNING

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in serious injury or death.

CAUTION:

Denotes an instruction which, if not followed, could severely damage vehicle components.

NOTE:

Indicates supplementary information needed to fully complete an instruction.

FASTENER SIZE

FASTENER GRADE/TORQUE TO BE USED WHEN TORQUES ARE NOT SPECIFIED IN TEXT. 5.8 Grade

8.8 Grade

10.9 Grade

12.9 Grade

M4

1.5 — 2 N•m (13 — 18 lbf•in)

2.5 — 3 N•m (22 — 27 lbf•in)

3.5 — 4 N•m (31 — 35 lbf•in)

4 — 5 N•m (35 — 44 lbf•in)

M5

3 — 3.5 N•m (27 — 31 lbf•in)

4.5 — 5.5 N•m (40 — 47 lbf•in)

7 — 8.5 N•m (62 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 10 N•m (71 — 89 lbf•in)

M6

6.5 — 8.5 N•m (58 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 12 N•m (71 — 106 lbf•in)

10.5 — 15 N•m (93 — 133 lbf•in)

16 N•m (142 lbf•in)

M8

15 N•m (11 lbf•ft)

24.5 N•m (18 lbf•ft)

31.5 N•m (23 lbf•ft)

40 N•m (30 lbf•ft)

M10

29 N•m (21 lbf•ft)

48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)

61 N•m (45 lbf•ft)

72.5 N•m (53 lbf•ft)

M12

52 N•m (38 lbf•ft)

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

105 N•m (77 lbf•ft)

127.5 N•m (94 lbf•ft)

M14

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

135 N•m (100 lbf•ft)

170 N•m (125 lbf•ft)

200 N•m (148 lbf•ft)

NOTE: The illustrations in this document show typical construction of the different assemblies and may not reproduce the full detail or exact shape of the parts; however, they represent parts that have the same or similar function. NOTE: Installation time is approximately 0.5 hour.

Printed in Canada. (rsi2008-021 en DM) Instruction ©2007 Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. and BRP US Inc. All rights reserved. ®™ and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates.

Sheet P/N 219 800 041

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PARTS TO BE INSTALLED

PARTS TO BE INSTALLED ITEM P1

P/N 280 000 317

P2

861 777 500

DESCRIPTION Rear Rack Bag Anchor Kit (Rivets included)

QTY 1 1

INSTRUCTIONS

Install rivet [P2] through plastic anchor and lower cap. NOTE: As per the above picture, make sure plastic anchors are installed with lever opening toward upside. – Top : [A]. – Bottom : [B]. Repeat operation for the other side.

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Remove screws [1] that hold rear rack lower cap [2]. Remove rear rack lower cap [2] from vehicle.

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Install bag on vehicle rear rack. Stretch front bag straps [4] around the vehicle rear grab bars. Stretch rear bag straps [5] into the plastic anchors [P2]. Adjust straps tension as needed. NOTE: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight and heat can result in a breakdown of the fibers in the bag. NOTE: Do not store vehicle in direct sun with bag on.

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From inside rear rack lower cap, locate side punch marks [3]. Drill ø5 mm (13/64”) holes into the center of side punch marks [3].

Attention / Caution Label This product come with the following fabric label containing important information.

Clean off burrs on edge of holes.

ATTENTION / CAUTION CHARGE MAXIMALE : 3 lbs (1,36 kg) bien répartie. MAXIMUM LOAD : 3 lbs (1,36 kg) evenly distributed. rsi2008-019-009

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Align plastic anchor [P2] with lower cap hole.

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Any person who intends to use this product should read and understand the MAXIMUM LOAD information contained on the fabric label before doing so.

Instruction Sheet P/N 219 800 041


Phantom Body Kit (Kit P/N 219 400 090) The following symbols may be used in this document:

WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION Indicates a hazard situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate in-

jury. NOTICE Indicates an instruction which, if not followed, could severely damage vehicle components or other property.

WARNING – For safety reasons, this kit must be installed by an authorized BRP dealer. – This kit is designed for specific applicable models only (authorized BRP dealers will confirm model(s)). It is not recommended for units other than the one (those) for which it was sold. – This instruction sheet MUST be given to the purchaser.

WARNING – Should removal of a locking device (e.g. lock tabs, self-locking fasteners, etc.) be required when undergoing disassembly/assembly, always replace with a new one. – Torque wrench tightening specifications must strictly be adhered to. – Always wear EYE PROTECTION AND APPROPRIATE GLOVES when using power tools. – Unless otherwise specified, engine must be OFF when performing any operation on the vehicle. – Always be aware of parts that can move, such as wheels, transmission components, etc. – Some components may be HOT. Always wait for engine to cool down before performing work. FASTENER SIZE

FASTENER GRADE/TORQUE TO BE USED WHEN TORQUES ARE NOT SPECIFIED IN TEXT 5.8 Grade

8.8 Grade

10.9 Grade

12.9 Grade

M4

1.5 — 2 N•m (13 — 18 lbf•in)

2.5 — 3 N•m (22 — 27 lbf•in)

3.5 — 4 N•m (31 — 35 lbf•in)

4 — 5 N•m (35 — 44 lbf•in)

M5

3 — 3.5 N•m (27 — 31 lbf•in)

4.5 — 5.5 N•m (40 — 47 lbf•in)

7 — 8.5 N•m (62 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 10 N•m (71 — 89 lbf•in)

M6

6.5 — 8.5 N•m (58 — 75 lbf•in)

8 — 12 N•m (71 — 106 lbf•in)

10.5 — 15 N•m (93 — 133 lbf•in)

16 N•m (142 lbf•in)

M8

15 N•m (11 lbf•ft)

24.5 N•m (18 lbf•ft)

31.5 N•m (23 lbf•ft)

40 N•m (30 lbf•ft)

M10

29 N•m (21 lbf•ft)

48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)

61 N•m (45 lbf•ft)

72.5 N•m (53 lbf•ft)

M12

52 N•m (38 lbf•ft)

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

105 N•m (77 lbf•ft)

127.5 N•m (94 lbf•ft)

M14

85 N•m (63 lbf•ft)

135 N•m (100 lbf•ft)

170 N•m (125 lbf•ft)

200 N•m (148 lbf•ft)

NOTE: The illustrations in this document show typical construction of the different assemblies and may not

reproduce the full detail or exact shape of the parts; however, they represent parts that have the same or similar function. NOTE: Installation time is approximately 2.3 hour.

Printed in Canada (rsi2008-026 en JPM) ©2008 Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. and BRP US Inc. All rights reserved. ®™ and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates.

Instruction Sheet P/N 487 800 267

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