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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES

2. Remove the bottom plate under oil

tank.

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1. Bottom plate

2. Oil tank

3. Clean area around drain plug under

oil tank.

4. Place an appropriate drain pan under

oil tank.

5. Remove the tank drain plug and dis-

card the sealing washer.

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1. Reservoir drain plug

2. Oil tank

6. Remove the dipstick.

7. Allow sufficient time for oil to com-

pletely drain out of tank.

8. Clean area around engine drain plug.

9. Place an appropriate drain pan under

the engine.

10. Remove the engine oil drain plug

and discard the sealing washer.

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1. Engine oil drain plug

2. Oil filter cover

11. Allow sufficient time for oil to com-

pletely drain from crankcase.

12. Clean the magnet on the engine

drain plug.

13. Using NEW sealing washers,

install engine and oil tank drain

plugs.

NOTICE

Never reuse the drain

plug sealing washer. Always re-

place it with a new one.

14. Torque drain plugs (engine and oil

tank) 20 N•m (15 lbf•ft).

15. Replace engine oil filter. Refer to

ENGINE OIL FILTER REPLACE-

MENT

further in this section.

16. Replace HCM oil filter if necessary

(SE5 model). Refer to

FILTER REPLACEMENT

this section.

17. Pour 3 L (3 qt (U.S. liq.)) of the rec-

ommended oil into oil tank.

18. Start engine and let idle for two

minutes.

NOTICE

Do not rev up engine dur-

ing idling period as this may cause

permanent engine damage.

NOTICE

Ensure oil pressure warn-

ing lamp goes out within 5 seconds

from engine start. If oil pressure

warning lamp stays ON for more

than 5 seconds, STOP ENGINE and

recheck oil level.

HCM OIL

further in

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Thread: oil capacity 1330

  1. 03-26-2020, 03:13 AM#1

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    Default oil capacity 1330

    i recently did an oil change on my 2016 f3lim
    i checked the handbook and the workshop manual and it specd 4.7 litres with filter
    so thats what it got......i dont try to check with dipstick as i find dry sump engines a little fluky to check

    anyway,a punter comes over for an oil change,not long after,with a 2019 F3 so i checked his book for capacity,just to be anal, and it calls for 5.2 litres

    so i went back to my bike and checked the dip stick(something i never do...i change oil every 5000kms or 3000miles)and i find no oil on the dipstick

    so why are there 2 different recommends? one 4.7 and one 5.2? or am i reading things wrongly?

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  2. 03-26-2020, 05:57 AM#2

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    Ha .. They're different each year in a 2018/2019/2020 F3 owners manual. Why ? Who knows. Start at 5.25 qts/ride/check/add if necessary.



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  3. 03-26-2020, 07:09 AM#3

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    Maybe one is if you change the oil filter and one is if you don't?


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  4. 03-26-2020, 07:48 AM#4

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    BRP has spent a good bit of time and effort to explain the oil level checking procedure for the 1330 ACE engine so operator's can get a reliable dipstick reading on a fully warmed up engine. If you follow the procedure for checking the oil level beginning on pg 115 of your operator's guide you will routinely get a correct reading on the dipstick. If you delay any more than two minutes in checking the dipstick after turning off a fully warmed up engine gravity has begun to allow oil to drain from the dry sump tank back into the crankcase and there is not a reliable way to verify how much oil has drained out of the tank over time.

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  5. 03-26-2020, 08:09 AM#5

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    I can tell you the 1330 engine is mostly unchanged for 2015 thru 2019, to the point they are directly interchangeable, electronics, harness, ECM etc. IE a 2019 engine is a direct fit in a 2015 bike and vice versa.


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  6. 03-26-2020, 11:32 AM#6

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    Mine takes a little over 5 Quarts or 4.7 liters. So put in 4.7 and ride it then check it when you get it warm.

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  7. 03-26-2020, 08:04 PM#7

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    5 quarts got mine to the halfway dot on the stick.
    I'm staying with it.


  8. 03-26-2020, 08:43 PM#8

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    My user handbook and service manual for the same bike have that discrepancy too. I put in 5 litres and it's always been fine.

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  9. 03-28-2020, 12:49 AM#9

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by merlotView Post

    i recently did an oil change on my 2016 f3lim
    i checked the handbook and the workshop manual and it specd 4.7 litres with filter
    so thats what it got......i dont try to check with dipstick as i find dry sump engines a little fluky to check

    anyway,a punter comes over for an oil change,not long after,with a 2019 F3 so i checked his book for capacity,just to be anal, and it calls for 5.2 litres

    so i went back to my bike and checked the dip stick(something i never do...i change oil every 5000kms or 3000miles)and i find no oil on the dipstick

    so why are there 2 different recommends? one 4.7 and one 5.2? or am i reading things wrongly?

    I trust you are familiar with the term "screw up", and its more seemly variations? It would be interesting to know if the BRP document writers sometimes just do a poor job of quality control over the writing process, or just the translation process from French to English. Being in Quebec BRP by law is a French first company.

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  10. 03-28-2020, 09:00 AM#10

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    Interestingly, because I sell a lot of oil. Some of my 1330 customers tell me that 5 quarts gets them right near the full mark. And others tell me that 5 quarts barely wets the dip stick (though this is much less common). All change the engine oil filter with every service. And changing the trans filter on the SE6 does not require more than about 0.2 quarts more, according to the book. Or at least the book that I took my numbers from.

    There is no way that I can see that the oil capicity could vary on the 1330 Rotax engine (other than the small difference between the SM6 and the SE6). So it has been a bit of a mystery to me.

    1330a Oil Capicity.jpg

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  11. 03-28-2020, 10:10 AM#11

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by BajaRonView Post

    Interestingly, because I sell a lot of oil. Some of my 1330 customers tell me that 5 quarts gets them right near the full mark. And others tell me that 5 quarts barely wets the dip stick (though this is much less common). All change the engine oil filter with every service. And changing the trans filter on the SE6 does not require more than about 0.2 quarts more, according to the book. Or at least the book that I took my numbers from.

    There is no way that I can see that the oil capicity could vary on the 1330 Rotax engine (other than the small difference between the SM6 and the SE6). So it has been a bit of a mystery to me.

    1330a Oil Capicity.jpg

    THANK YOU Ron, I have my Spyder on the lift right now changing the oil, filter & hcm filter and have been looking for how much additional oil is required when changing the hcm filter...larryd

  12. 03-28-2020, 12:25 PM#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by BajaRonView Post

    Interestingly, because I sell a lot of oil. Some of my 1330 customers tell me that 5 quarts gets them right near the full mark. And others tell me that 5 quarts barely wets the dip stick (though this is much less common). All change the engine oil filter with every service. And changing the trans filter on the SE6 does not require more than about 0.2 quarts more, according to the book. Or at least the book that I took my numbers from.

    There is no way that I can see that the oil capicity could vary on the 1330 Rotax engine (other than the small difference between the SM6 and the SE6). So it has been a bit of a mystery to me.

    I wonder if the difference relates to whether the engine was run, and for how long, before the oil was drained and after 5 qts was put in. I have six empty bottles out in the garage from changing the oil and filter last week. Five were full and one about 1/3 full. I took the Spyder out for a several mile run after putting in 5 qts. When I came back and checked the level it was low. I added the remaining part bottle and that brought the oil level between the two marks. The oil was hot when I drained it.

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  13. 03-28-2020, 01:50 PM#13

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    Just my experience and I went the extra because I had heard so many conflicting things about oil capacity.
    When I changed oil in my 2019 RTL I checked it before HOT draining and it was full. Drained and measured the amount of oil removed. 5 and 1/2 quarts. Changed engine oil filter. Put in new oil, 5 and 1/2 quarts. Rode it for 30 minutes and rechecked oil level, full.

    Here is the table out of the 2019 RT manual. As you can see it is different than the one Ron posted above.

    oil quantity.jpg

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  14. 03-28-2020, 02:07 PM#14

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by EdMatView Post

    Just my experience and I went the extra because I had heard so many conflicting things about oil capacity.
    When I changed oil in my 2019 RTL I checked it before HOT draining and it was full. Drained and measured the amount of oil removed. 5 and 1/2 quarts. Changed engine oil filter. Put in new oil, 5 and 1/2 quarts. Rode it for 30 minutes and rechecked oil level, full.

    Here is the table out of the 2019 RT manual. As you can see it is different than the one Ron posted above.

    oil quantity.jpg

    Looks like BRP engineers have finally figured out what the reality is with respect to how oil moves around in the engine. The 5.5 number is much closer to what my experience has been. My RT is a 2014. It's also important, maybe critical (?), to check the oil within a just a very few minutes after shutting off the engine. Whatever the pool is that the dipstick is in, it starts draining immediately after the engine is turned off. I noted a year ago that my dipstick was completely dry before I started my RT for the first time after it had sat all winter. After maybe a 10 mile run the oil was at the full mark.

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  15. 03-28-2020, 05:28 PM#15

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    It would be good to get a definitive, correct oil capacity. You would think BRP might be a bit more diligent in this area. My numbers come straight from the manual. I am more inclined to believe that the numbers from my source are simply wrong as opposed to any changes made to the 1330 ACE motor. I am not an engineer. But if my specs. were off by this much on my Sway Bar Kits. Well, it would not be pretty.

    Admittedly, a sway bar is not an oil capacity. But with the engineers that BRP has, it just does not seem reasonable that they would get this wrong. Have I been giving out bad information all these years? Is 5 quarts good for some and not for others? These are pretty important questions to get right. I do not appreciate bad advise. No matter how sincere the source. And I do not want to be guilty of giving it out either.

    I appreciate the posts here. It may well be that I need to change my numbers.

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  16. 03-28-2020, 08:21 PM#16

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by BajaRonView Post

    It would be good to get a definitive, correct oil capacity. You would think BRP might be a bit more diligent in this area. My numbers come straight from the manual. I am more inclined to believe that the numbers from my source are simply wrong as opposed to any changes made to the 1330 ACE motor. I am not an engineer. But if my specs. were off by this much on my Sway Bar Kits. Well, it would not be pretty.

    Admittedly, a sway bar is not an oil capacity. But with the engineers that BRP has, it just does not seem reasonable that they would get this wrong.

    One of two things, I believe. One, BRP engineers have changed their minds about what level of oil is best, or, the engineers involved with the 2019 product were not aware of what was determined back in 2014/2015. Review this thread from back in 2015. https://www.spyderlovers.com/forums/...0+oil+capacity. It's quite clear that the guidance was that bringing the oil level only up to the bottom nubbin on the dipstick was quite OK. But if the oil level dropped below that point then adding 1/2 liter or 1/2 quart was recommended as that would bring the level in between the low and high nubbins. Apparently they wanted to absolutely avoid having people put too much oil in because of the engine performance issues that could cause. When I put 5 1/3 qts into my 1330 it brought the level up to the halfway, or just over, point.

    According to Steve of BRP Cares back then, BRP wanted users to run a bit low rather than take a chance on running high. So yes, we really need to have a good clear definitive answer from BRP, but first they have to get it firmly decided and agreed to inside their own shop. I wonder if an inquiry directly to Rotax would do any good. Maybe it's time to do an end run around BRP?

    As far as BRP engineers getting it wrong I would say they haven't. But they certainly have published conflicting advice, and that is quite understandable. Engineers are always prone to "improve it" (I'm one!) so it's quite plausible in my mind that later engineers didn't agree with, or didn't understand, the rationale about letting oil level be at the low point that the earlier engineers had determined and so came up with a different recommendation. This confusion wouldn't have happened if BRP would have changed the dipstick and put the nubbins lower back in 2015.

    My take away from all this is put 5 qts in, run until the engine is hot, and then check the level. Add oil to whatever level makes you feel good, but for sure stay below the full nubbin. And don't be concerned about running a little bit under the low nubbin.

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  17. 03-28-2020, 08:59 PM#17

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    First thing to do would be to find out if all the dipsticks are the same length. They would not be likely to change the engine design to hold more or less oil, but they just might change the dipstick which is used to measure the oil level, if they have determined the earlier engines had too high an oil level.

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  18. 03-28-2020, 10:27 PM#18

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by GwolfView Post

    First thing to do would be to find out if all the dipsticks are the same length...

    Go to Cheap Cycle Parts and check the part numbers from MYs 2014 - 2017 for F3.s and RTs.

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  19. 03-28-2020, 10:59 PM#19

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by JayBrosView Post

    Go to Cheap Cycle Parts and check the part numbers from MYs 2014 - 2017 for F3.s and RTs.

    Yeah, different part numbers on the different model dipsticks, but also different part numbers on the oil filler tubes for the different models.

    Doesn't really tell anything about actual oil level in the engine. Won't be able to tell anything from the part numbers or measuring. They put a different filler tube with the different dipstick.

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  20. 03-28-2020, 11:18 PM#20

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    Default This thread is getting to be like the coronavirus threads.............

    I understand that the length of the dip stick can be compromised. The one on my wife's jeep cherokee is 1qt off. My 2014 1330 always reads the same. Hot, cold or warm, before I start it or after I've shut it down for 2min, 10min or 2 days or 10 days. When I change the oil and filter I put 5qt's of oil in it and I don't look back for another 9k miles. The oil level on the dip stick has never changed in over 40k miles. The level on the dip stick is always between the dots, always. The only time i'd be freaked out is if i found fresh oil on the ground below where I parked my ride, and I do check that often, both before I park and after leave the parking spot.


  21. 03-29-2020, 08:03 AM#21

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    Ahhh.. Different part numbers for different length dipsticks/filler tubes would explain a lot


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  22. 03-29-2020, 09:36 AM#22

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    In the grand scheme of things with the 1330 ACE engine the old adage "RTFM" applies. We owners of 2014 RTs suffered the worst in the introduction of the engine in that the picture of the dipstick in the op guide was of a V-twin engine and the initial fill amount was wrong. BRP corrected the initial fill amount to 5.0 qt which put the dipstick level right at the "Min" mark. I ran a couple of oil changes following this procedure and then decided to add enough oil in 2 oz increments checking the level with each addition and ultimately settled on an additional 6 oz total that put the fill level right midway between the "Min" and "Max" marks on the dipstick. I check the level about every 1,000 miles even though I know it doesn't use a drop. For the heck of it this morning I checked the level cold on the bike that has not been run since the last week in Feb and it was at the level roughly shown by the red line in the picture2014 1330 Engine Dipstick for RT Model_LI.jpg.

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  23. 03-29-2020, 09:58 AM#23

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by JayBrosView Post

    In the grand scheme of things with the 1330 ACE engine the old adage "RTFM" applies. We owners of 2014 RTs suffered the worst in the introduction of the engine in that the picture of the dipstick in the op guide was of a V-twin engine and the initial fill amount was wrong. BRP corrected the initial fill amount to 5.0 qt which put the dipstick level right at the "Min" mark. I ran a couple of oil changes following this procedure and then decided to add enough oil in 2 oz increments checking the level with each addition and ultimately settled on an additional 6 oz total that put the fill level right midway between the "Min" and "Max" marks on the dipstick. I check the level about every 1,000 miles even though I know it doesn't use a drop. For the heck of it this morning I checked the level cold on the bike that has not been run since the last week in Feb and it was at the level roughly shown by the red line in the picture2014 1330 Engine Dipstick for RT Model_LI.jpg.

    Putting in 5.25 quarts after an oil and filter change, puts mine at half way between point 1 and point 2 on your picture. That is with checking it according to the manual. Works every time. I measure it with a kitchen measuring cup............ 2019 F3-S.

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  24. 03-29-2020, 01:01 PM#24

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by troopView Post

    Ha .. They're different each year in a 2018/2019/2020 F3 owners manual. Why ? Who knows. Start at 5.25 qts/ride/check/add if necessary.

    You are so right! I just checked those three years RT operators guides. So my conclusion is:

    Attn: 2019 1330 owners. BRP screwed up the 2019 Operators Guide re: oil change quantities.


    The oil refill specification for 2020 is back to the the 2015 to 2018 specs. The 2019 spec is wrong when compared to all the other years.

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    You are so right! I just checked those three years RT operators guides. So my conclusion is:

    Attn: 2019 1330 owners. BRP screwed up the 2019 Operators Guide re: oil change quantities.


    The oil refill specification for 2020 is back to the the 2015 to 2018 specs. The 2019 spec is wrong when compared to all the other years.

    As stated in another thread, dipstick and oil filler tube part #'s are also different year/year. That could play a part in oil capacity measurements. As far as the 2019 spec being wrong, I think us 2019 owners would have likely heard something direct from BRP, as proper oil capacity is pretty important ...


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    Performance: DynoJet PV3 (custom mapped by Fuel Moto)/K&N air filter/Spyder Extra damper/Pedal Commander/EBC HH brake pads/TBR exhaust

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Can Am Spyder Roadster - How to do an Oil Change on an SE5 or SM5

What Are The Service Intervals for My Can-Am Spyder?

Sep 28, 2015

You want your new Can Am Spyder to run at it's optimal and peak performance and you know service is a must to achieve that.  Here are some quick facts on the when and what to service.

The 1330 ACE engine has a significantly different service interval than the 991 engine.

Please note these are the intervals for a 2016 Model Spyder, although they are very similar to other model years you should check your specific owners manual for your vehicle.

Spyder F3 Family

Here are the intervals for the 1330 ACE:

- Replace Oil & Oil Filter: 1st Change at 3100 miles, 2nd Change at 9,300 miles, 3rd Change at 19,000 miles, 4th Change at 28,000 miles.  If you don't put that many miles on your Spyder you should change it annually.

- Spark Plugs should be changed at 28,000 miles

- Fuel Filter changed  at 19,000 miles

- Air Filter changed at 19,000 miles (replace & clean housing more frequently in duty and wet areas)

- Engine Coolant change at 28,000 miles

- Drive Belt check and adjust as needed at every oil & filter change

Here are the intervals for the 991 engine:

- Replace Oil & Oil Filter:  1st Change at 600 miles, 2nd Change at 4,600 miles, 3rd Change at 9,300 miles, 4th Change at 14,000 miles.  If you don't put that many miles on your Spyder you should change the oil and filter once a year.

- Spark Plugs should be changed at 14,000 miles

- Fuel Filter changed at every 19,000 miles or 5 years, whichever comes first

- Air Filter changed at 4,600, 9,300 & 14,000 miles

- Drive Belt check and adjust as needed at every oil & filter change

It is highly recommended that you use BRP's XPS products when it comes to service.  BRP has gone to great lengths to make sure their oils meet very high standards to match their Rotax engines.  With tight tolerances an engine needs to run clean to be fuel efficient and last a long time.

BRP offers an All-in-One Oil Change Kit that includes the XPS Synthetic Blend Oil, Oil Filter, O-rings and Washer.  Each kit is specific to the SM5, SE5, SM6 & SE6 transmission on your Can-am Spyder.

And as always the easiest way to make sure you're getting the proper service is to call us here at Lithgow Motorsports and set up an appointment to keep your Can-Am Spyder running clean, cool and efficient to keep you where you want to be, riding!


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Can-Am Spyder RT Limited Specs




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(2016)

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The Can-Am Spyder RT Limited model is a Touring bike manufactured by Can-Am . In this version sold from year 2016 , the dry weight is 459.0 kg (1,011.9 pounds) and it is equipped with a In-line three, four-stroke motor. The engine produces a maximum peak output power of 115.00 HP (83.9 kW)) @ 7250 RPM and a maximum torque of 130.00 Nm (13.3 kgf-m or 95.9 ft.lbs) @ 5000 RPM . With this drive-train, the Can-Am Spyder RT Limited is capable of reaching a maximum top speed of  . On the topic of chassis characteristics, responsible for road holding, handling behavior and ride comfort, the Can-Am Spyder RT Limited has a  frame with front suspension being Double A-Arm with anti-roll bar. and at the rear, it is equipped with Swing arm . Stock tire sizes are 165/65-R15 on the front, and 225/50-R15 on the rear. As for stopping power, the Can-Am Spyder RT Limited braking system includes Double disc. Brembo. ABS. size 270 mm (10.6 inches) at the front and Single disc. Brembo. ABS size 270 mm (10.6 inches) at the back. 

Can-Am Spyder RT Limited General Information

BrandCan-Am 
ModelCan-Am Spyder RT Limited 
Start year2016 
Year2016 
CategoryTouring 
Factory Warranty (Years / miles)2-year BRP Limited Warranty with 2-year roadside assistance 

Can-Am Spyder RT Limited Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight

Frame type
Seat details
Wheelbase1,714 mm (67.5 inches) 
Length2,667 mm (105.0 inches) 
Width1,572 mm (61.9 inches) 
Height1,510 mm (59.4 inches) 
Seat Height772 mm (30.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting. 
Alternate Seat Height
Ground Clearance115 mm (4.5 inches) 
Trail size
Wheels detailsMetallic silver 
Front Tyres - Rims dimensions165/65-R15 
Rear Tyres - Rims dimensions225/50-R15 
Front brakesDouble disc. Brembo. ABS. 
Rear brakesSingle disc. Brembo. ABS 
Front Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions270 mm (10.6 inches) 
Rear Brakes Dimensions - Disc Dimensions270 mm (10.6 inches) 
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight459.0 kg (1,011.9 pounds) 
Front Percentage of Weight
Rear Percentage of Weight
Weight-Power Output Ratio :0.2505 HP/kg 
Fuel Tank Capacity27.00 litres (7.13 gallons) 
Reserve Fuel Capacity4.50 litres (1.19 gallons) 
Carrying Details and Capacity155 litre storage 
Front SuspensionDouble A-Arm with anti-roll bar. 
Front Suspension Travel130 mm (5.1 inches) 
Rear SuspensionSwing arm 
Rear Suspension Travel132 mm (5.2 inches) 

Can-Am Spyder RT Limited Engine and Transmission Technical Data

Engine type - Number of cylindersIn-line three, four-stroke 
Engine detailsRotax® 1330 ACE engine 
Fuel systemInjection 
Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity1330.00 ccm (81.16 cubic inches) 
Bore x Stroke84.0 x 80.0 mm (3.3 x 3.1 inches) 
Compression Ratio12.2:1 
Number of valves per cylinder
Camshaft Valvetrain ConfigurationDouble Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC) 
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower115.00 HP (83.9 kW)) @ 7250 RPM 
Maximum torque130.00 Nm (13.3 kgf-m or 95.9 ft.lbs) @ 5000 RPM 
Engine Maximum RPM
Cooling systemLiquid 
Lubrication system
Engine oil capacity3.90 litres (4.12 quarts) 
Exhaust systemExhaust system 2-into-1 
Gearbox5-speed 
Transmission type, final drive ratioBelt 
Clutch typeWet, multi-plate 
Driveline

Can-Am Spyder RT Limited Performance

Top Speed
Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h (0 to 62 mph)
Acceleration 0 to 400m (1/4 mile)
Recuperation 60 to 140 km/h in highest gear
Fuel Consumption - MPG - Economy - Efficiency
CO2 emissions
Emissions

Can-Am Spyder RT Limited Electrical Systems, Ignition and Equipment

Ignition Type
Electrical Details
Starter TypeElectric 
InstrumentsPremium color digital gauge: Digital speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip and hour meters, gear position, ECO™ mode smart assist, temperature, engine lights, electronic fuel gauge, clock 
Lights2 halogen headlamps (55/60-W) 

How much horsepower does a Can-Am Spyder RT Limited have?
The Can-Am Spyder RT Limited has 115.00 HP (83.9 kW)) @ 7250 RPM.

How much does a Can-Am Spyder RT Limited weighs?
The Can-Am Spyder RT Limited weighs 459.0 kg (1,011.9 pounds).

How tall (seat height) is a Can-Am Spyder RT Limited?
The Can-Am Spyder RT Limited seat height is 772 mm (30.4 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

How many gears does a Can-Am Spyder RT Limited have?
The Can-Am Spyder RT Limited have 5 gears.

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