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Can-Am  Spyder RS SE5  Spyder General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Can-Am Model Spyder RS SE5
Year 2010 Engine BRP-Rotax 990 V-twin, 2-cylinder, DOHC 4 valves per cylinder
MSRP $17999.00 USD Displacement CC 998.00
Type Spyder
Frame SST Spyder (Surrounding Spar Technology)
Ignition Electronic ignition with dual output coil Starting Electric
Engine and Components
Engine BRP-Rotax 990 V-twin, 2-cylinder, DOHC 4 valves per cylinder Cubic Centimeters 998
Cubic Inches 61 Bore and Stroke 97 x 68 mm (3.82 x 2.68 in.)
Compression Ratio 10.8:1
Cooling Liquid
Oil System 5W40 semi-synthetic oil
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, manual operation through a hydraulic piston
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 699.00 Dry Weight KG 317.10
Wheel Base 68 in. (1,727 mm)
Maximum Horsepower 106 Maximum Torque 77 ft. lbs. (104.3 Nm) @ 6,250 rpm
The Can-Am Spyder RS Roadster. Riding Reinvented.

There's nothing ordinary about the way it looks. Or the way it rides, for that matter. You gas, it comes to life.

You steer, it reacts and adapts. With its Rotax® 990 V-Twin engine and unique, three-wheeled stance, the Can-Am™ Spyder™ roadster offers a bold, new way to experience open-road freedom. And it all starts at the end of your driveway.

Experience How It Turns Corners. And Heads.

A trip on the Can-Am™ Spyder™ RS roadster isn't just an escape, it's a full-on performance.


Rotax® 990 V-Twin engine

Three-spoke aluminum wheels

Multi-function gauge display


Mechanical reverse

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