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Old 11-12-2011, 09:42 PM
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Apache 360 Track Kit

Hey guys just thought I'd share something I just discovered. Hopefully theres not another thread on this but I couldn't find one. Anyways a guy at work brought in a brochure the other day for the new Can Ams. Seems they have a four season Apache track setup now called the Apache 360. To me it looks alot like my Tatou 4S. Heres a link to the brochure online. Just go to page 66 in the brochure.

http://www.brp.com/Flipbooks/Can-Am-...?Culture=en-ca
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Old 11-12-2011, 11:31 PM
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Yep sure does look pretty close to tatou 4s tracks...with a shield over the main frame work to hide it lol.

Altho the front track still doesnt wrap around like the camoplast ones. Wonder who really makes them for can am
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Interesting, and nice looking track, but did you see the pricing?????

tracks $3,966.99
then you still need a mounting kit $344.99 (includes DPS)
2009 - 2012 air box pre filter to maintain warranty $42.49

total $4,354.47

Typical Can-Am really pricey And I bet you will have to wait till next year to get them too, cause that seems to be the way they do things now.
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Nice idea, but making this kit 4-season will require Can-Am to contend with the fact that running tracks on an 650/800 increases radiant engine and exhaust heat that WILL melt the seat pan and side covers, even after wrapping the exhaust and installing a Hayden fan controller to the machine. While not as big an issue in winter, this will be a BIG problem for them in warmer seasons.
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Some similarities but certainly not exactly the same as tatou. Different track profile, different looking bogies, and the sprocket appears to be open. They do look nice tho.
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