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Stand out in your trial community as a leader in the UTV industry with the Can-Am X3. Enhance your ORV experience with Kemimoto's Can-am Maverick X3 Accessories kit. Our X3 Bundle offers a variety of options to improve ride quality and comfort, as well as handle challenging terrain.
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The Can-Am Maverick X3 accessories includes a variety of high-quality accessories to enhance your off-road experience. These typically include bumpers, extended fender flares, rock sliders, LED lights, and often additional items like skid plates or rearview mirrors. Please note that bundles may vary slightly based on availability and specific model compatibility.

Absolutely, all Can-Am Maverick X3 accessories are made from high-quality materials designed to withstand the rigors of off-roading. They undergo rigorous testing to ensure they meet our stringent standards for durability and performance.

The frequency at which you should change the oil in a Can-Am X3 will depend on the specific model and year of production, as well as the operating conditions and how the vehicle is used. In general, it is recommended to change the oil in a Can-Am X3 every 1,000-1,500 miles or every 6 months, whichever comes first. It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommended oil change interval for your specific model, as this will help to ensure that the engine is properly lubricated and protected. You should also use the recommended type of oil for your Can-Am X3, as specified in the owner's manual.

The engine break-in period is a period of time after an engine is built or rebuilt during which the various parts of the engine wear in and work together properly. The engine is subjected to a variety of conditions and loads to seat the rings, hone the cylinders, and wear in the bearings and other moving parts. This process helps to ensure that the engine runs smoothly and efficiently once it is fully broken in. It is important to follow the manufacturer's recommended break-in procedures to ensure that the engine is properly broken in and protected.