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DMC announces two new Afterburner Slip-Ons for the Can Am Outlander 800 and 800 Max

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DMC Announces two new Afterburner Slip-Ons for the Can Am Outlander 800 and 800 Max, addressing the need for keeping sound requirements legal while delivering on powerband performance in the full range from low, to mid, to high end. Dramatic increases in horsepower and torque deliver reliable power that's smooth and controllable making a significant improvement to your riding experience.

DMC releases the Honda TRX250EX ATV Exhaust System

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Developed for the popular TRX250EX, the DMC Quiet Exhaust System provides dramatic performance increases over stock while providing critical weight savings just over 5 pounds. The Afterburner system fits all models from 2001-2011 and runs under 96dB to keep the wee woodland creatures and rowdy rangers happy.Whether your ATV is your hobby or your life, you want the most out of it. DMC exhausts are designed, developed, and tested for each ATV to deliver on that awesome factor. These systems have been race hardened by National Champions the world over and deliver on the promise of unparalleled performance.

Can-Am Commander and DS 450 victorious at opening round of 2011 WORCS season

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Valcourt, Québec, January 25, 2011 – Team Motoworks / Can-Am had an excellent opening to its 2011 World Off-Road Championship Series race season as factory driver Mark Holz piloted his Can-Am Commander 1000 side-by-side vehicle to the Class 1 victory in front of some of the best side-by-drivers in North America. His teammate, Jeremie Warnia also took the Pro-class victory on his Can-Am DS 450 ATV completing the weekend sweep of the premier classes by Motoworks / Can-Am.

2010 BROUGHT Multiple Championships for Can-Am ATV Racers

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Valcourt, Québec, January 3, 2011 – As the new year begins, Can-Am ATV racers – both pro and amateur – can reflect on a successful 2010. Last season, Can-Am ATV racers took home nearly 40 pro and amateur championships across North America."To see so many Can-Am ATV racers celebrating championships means a lot to everyone at BRP," says Denis Morin, vice-president, Product Development & Racing at BRP. "Everyone from top management on down is committed to helping our racers be successful on the track. We look forward to 2011 and what it will bring for our dedicated Can-Am racers."

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