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UTV of the Month November 2013 – SDR Motorsports Maverick MAX

UTV of the Month –November 2013

Can-Am Maverick MAX
SDR Motorsports Custom Can-Am Maverick MAX

Theall-new 2014 Can-Am Maverick MAX finally hit dealers last summer. The Can-Am four-seat side-by-side is purpose built to raise both the performance and comfort levels of the modern multi-passenger off-road vehicle. The MAX offers the same class-leading performance (101-horsepower), handling and ergonomic influences of the two-seat Maverick 1000R, but also benefits from industry-exclusive Can-Am design elements. With a 29.5-Inch longer wheelbase, Dynamic Passenger Comfort system and stadium-style rear seating, the Maverick MAX is engineered to accommodate multiple passengers.

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SDR Motorsports Maverick MAX at the 2013 SEMA Show

SDR Motorsports did not waste much time tricking one out for the Sand Sports Super Show and SEMA Show. SDR started with a brand newMaverick MAX 1000R X rs DPS. This is the top-of-the-line four-seat model from Can-Am has a few extra goodies that the base model does not including Tri-mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS), Visco-Lok QE, FOX 2.5 Podium Performance Shocks, upgraded gauges, X-trim graphics and beadlock wheels.

SDR went to work designing a new cage and doors that show off their shop motto – “Strength. Safety. Style….Built in.” The MMXR-4 cage includes their popular roof mounted led light scoop and rear led brake light panel. The doors are hinged with a single-pivot design that minimizes rattle and maximizes open space that make it easy to get in and out of all four seats.

On the interior, SDR used Twisted Stitch seats and harnesses that increase comfort and add another layer of safety.

Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R
SDR’s Maverick MAX shredding the dunes in Glamis

The next step in this build was long travel suspension and HCR Racing’s long travel kit fit the bill nicely. It widens the MAX by four inches on each side (+8″ overall), and stretches the wheelbase by three inches (2” forward and 1” rear).  The HCR kit utilizes 2.5 King Racing shocks and Summers Brothers 4340 axles.  Once installed, the Maverick MAX is bumped up to 18 inches of wheel travel.

For sand tires, SDR looked to Fullerton Sand Sports to design a package not only increased performance, but gives the MAX a sporty appearance. The custom-carved STU Sand Blasters were then mounted up on HiPer Racing carbon fiber beadlocks.

A Rigid Industries LED light was added to the roof and a twin set of Safeglo whips were mounted to the roof so the MAX could run through the dunes at night.

And to finish the look off, ProLineWraps.com custom designed the graphics.

Can-Am Maverick MAX 1000R x-rs

Specifications:

  • SDR Motorsports Roll Cage, Doors, Roof
  • HCR Racing long travel suspension
  • Summers Brothers Axles
  • King Shocks
  • SSV Works Side View Mirrors
  • Twisted Stitch Seats & Harnesses
  • Rigid Industries LED Lights
  • Sand Wheels – HiPer Racing carbon fiber wheels
  • Sand Tires – STU  by Fullerton Sand Sports
  • Dirt Wheels – Method
  • Dirt Tires – GBC Mongrels
  • Safeglo whips
  • ProLineWraps.com  graphics

More Photos:

SDR Motorsports doorsTwisted Stitch Seats and HarnessesHCR Racing Long travel with Summers Brothers Axles

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About SDR Motorsports:

SDR Motorsports first opened in 2008 and continues to offer only the highest quality parts and accessories from both their own in house fabrication facility and other high quality vendors they know and trust. SDR offers everything from a simple bolt on accessory to full custom turnkey builds.  SDR Motorsports is located at 235 Benjamin Dr. Corona, CA 92879.

You can find SDR Motorsports on the web a twww.sdrmotorsports.com on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/SDR-MOTORSPORTS/97410784502 and on Instagram at @sdrmotorsports. To contact them via phone at 800-277-2280 or email info@sdrmotorsports.com

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