Single Person Race Systems

Whether your racing in the Best In The Desert’s Silver State 300, the Pahrump 250, or even the UTV World Championship, your Can-Am Maverick setup isn’t complete without a single person race communication system. Drivers in all classes and categories use single person race systems in their Mavericks to get the edge on their competition. Be it on the Offroad short course, medium-length ice lake running / racing, or long-distance marathon races / rallies, a single person race system gives the driver the ability to both send and receive voice communications during a race. Drivers can talk with their teammates who are also competing in the race, they can discuss strategy with their crew, or even contact their team’s head mechanic should a check engine light get thrown or smoke start to fly. You can bet that virtually all finalists and podium placers didn’t go into the race without some form of UTV communication system, so why would you?

We offer long distance upgrade kits equipped with antennas to convert your short-track communication system to one suitable for long track races. We have NASCAR single person race systems as well as IMSA single person race systems, as well as complete systems for racers starting from scratch, or the accessories to augment and upgrade existing single person race systems. Regardless of the kit, most single person race systems come with some form of helmet speakers or earbuds as well as a hand-held radio. Some use PTT buttons, while others are full-duplex systems that transmit audio data in both directions simultaneously. We offer single person race systems for just the driver, or both driver-side and crew-side race kits. No matter what you’re looking for in a single person race system, be it comfort, clarity, or a combination of the two, we here at Everything Can-Am Offroad have communication systems for any budget and any style of racing.

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If you do decide on a complete aftermarket front differential assembly, make sure to spec out and anticipate any possible dimensional changes. Some aftermarket front differentials sit the machine higher, therefore increasing the angle at which the axle operates. Others, however, are dimensionally the same as the stock differential, just much more dense and meaty in stress-prone areas. So if you’re front differential keeps cracking, fracturing, or outright breaking, upgrading it will defiantly help. Alternatively, you can also protect your differentials from water damage by snorkeling them. For the Defender XT, the front differential vent line is on the left side of the machine. Open up the hood on the front and get a flashlight, you should be able to see it. On the XMR the front differential vent line goes up the front driver side corner of the roll cage, and on the Lonestar it’s under the driver fender… way up in there. You can see the clear hose if you lift the hood and look into the hole on the right side. Whether you’re trying to protect your front differential or replace it, here at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we’ve got the components and complete front differentials for the Can-am Defender.