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Old 04-27-2011, 06:04 PM   #1
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hey, considering buying either a new outlander 800 or brute force 750. Both 2011 models.

Can someone tell me what the top speed of these bikes will be? stock vs stock?

Has anyone been a can am owner and gone back to brute?
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Old 04-27-2011, 07:30 PM   #3
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Can't answer for the Brute Force, but I've owned four Can Am ATVs.

2008 DS 450 with FMF exhaust: unknown top speed, but it keeps right up with the other Can Ams
2009 Renegade 800 with Ron Wood exhaust: 80 mph top speed
2010 Renegade 800 X Xc - all stock: 75 mph top speed
2011 Outlander 800 X Xc - all stock: 75 mph top speed

Thinking about going back to a Brute Force for 2012, but just thinking about it. Too bad the new Brute Force looks like its been beat with an ugly stick.

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All stock I hit 68, but I'm sure I could have got more. Didn't want to hold WOT that long. Now, I'm seeing 72 mph and it gets there in a hurry. I imagine I can get 75 with enough road. I'm 215-220 lbs FYI.
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You'll have money left over to easily add a 750 Stock Bore Kit, VFJ Clutching, Muzzy Pipe and a MSD. I doubt you'll have any problems at all then w/ speed.

800 Outlander .msrp: $11,500
750 Brute Force msrp:-$ 9,000
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I don't use my bike for racing so thats not my concern, but when riding from one area to another, its nice to be able to go 60 without being topped out and feeling like the bike is going to blow up!

If I could cruise at 60-65 would ne nice and then having some reserve for the times someone does want to race.

Quick question on engine kit, stock bore engine kit will equal higher compression ratio, so does that mean only being able to run premium fuel?
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My 09 brute did 70 with stock rubber all stock. The outty has more power. But you have to pay big for it, just buy the brute and slap a VDI on it ( here outty, outty), then muzzy, clutching and rubber, lift, temp gaugeand fan switch, snorkles and you have spent the same as a stock BOMB. The brute will scare you without going to a big bore and you will not have LIMP MODE flashing on your display everytime you go for a rip.The brutes are a little more agile also. Nothing wrong with the bomb but the price really. Buddies have em and they go like hell too!
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Quote: Originally Posted by 3TV View Post
Can't answer for the Brute Force, but I've owned four Can Am ATVs.

2008 DS 450 with FMF exhaust: unknown top speed, but it keeps right up with the other Can Ams
2009 Renegade 800 with Ron Wood exhaust: 80 mph top speed
2010 Renegade 800 X Xc - all stock: 75 mph top speed
2011 Outlander 800 X Xc - all stock: 75 mph top speed

Thinking about going back to a Brute Force for 2012, but just thinking about it. Too bad the new Brute Force looks like its been beat with an ugly stick.
Just posting to update what I said about the top speed of a stock 2011 Outlander 800 X Xc. I hit a max speed of 79 mph on a gravel road in Arizona today. I was racing a Polaris Rzr 900 XP, ... the Rzr 900 tops out at 80 mph, just a tich faster than my Outlander.

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Quote: Originally Posted by berezy View Post
I don't use my bike for racing so thats not my concern, but when riding from one area to another, its nice to be able to go 60 without being topped out and feeling like the bike is going to blow up!

If I could cruise at 60-65 would ne nice and then having some reserve for the times someone does want to race.

Quick question on engine kit, stock bore engine kit will equal higher compression ratio, so does that mean only being able to run premium fuel?
No premium needed and you will kick Bom ass with stk bore kit.

The Brute is a more exciting ride than the Can Am IMO but the hams do boogie just that it dont feel like they are doing much at the time.

My Brute 665 hangs with Rene 800cc all day and has a top speed of 84 mph with vfj clutch.
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i ran a stock brute with my outty xxc it was pretty sadly beat,i ran my own 730 prairie agianst it and they were pretty much even,each would do 75mph.the prairie clutch worked better out of the hole.i loved my prairie but like the brute the suspension was getting dated.i would wait on the 2012 brute and test drive it i hope there a big improvement over the older ones,all these guys saying can am's are to much money well you'll never get a brute to handle like my xxc or have turn key power,thats why i bought one.still got my teryx and love it but like i said before kawi needs some serious updates,bottom line i wanted a turn key utility,i didnt want to mod the hell out of it to keep up
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