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Can-Am  Spyder RT-S SE5  Spyder General Specifications

General Specifications
Make Can-Am Model Spyder RT-S SE5
Year 2010 Engine BRP-Rotax 991 V-twin EFI, 2-cylinder, DOHC 4 valves per cylinder
MSRP $26499.00 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 991 V-twin EFI, 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 12.2:1
Cooling Liquid
Oil System 5W40 semi-synthetic oil (summer grade)
Clutch Wet, multi-plate, manual operation through a hydraulic piston
Weights and Measures
Dry Weight LBS 929.00 Dry Weight KG 421.40
Wheel Base 69.8 in. (1,773 mm)
Maximum Horsepower 100 Maximum Torque 80 ft. lbs. (104 Nm) @ 5,500 rpm
The Can-Am Spyder RT Roadster. Riding Reinvented.

With a host of standard features, the Can-Am™ Spyder™ RT roadster delivers enough comfort and convenience for long, extended escapes - because true freedom is never having to stop.

The Ultimate Touring Experience.

The Can-Am™ Spyder™ RT-S roadster gives you the ultimate Spyder touring experience, with premium audio, enchance suspension adjustment, and upscale features.


Upgraded RT-S trim

Premium audio package

Adjustable rear suspension

Fog and LED accent lights

Upgraded front cargo

Premiere Edition:

Features the Premiere Edition number embroidered on the seat

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