Service Intervals Recommended For CanAm Spyder For Consistent Peak Performance

Ergonomics of CanAm Spyder suits a tall person travelling long distance solo or a friend seated in the ultra comfy passenger seat.

Grabs attention

Do a cote a cote BRP [BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) display side by side] to recognize the improvements in its product line. The design will remind viewers about American muscle-car. When you ride it people turn around to take a look at it.

CanAm slots in ‘cruiser touring’ lineup with features like 78 liters storage space, stylish look, and comforts like USB input, stereo, and GPS. Not to forget an engine with 1330cc inline triple, generating approximately 115 horsepower and peak torque of 96 lb-feet.

Cruise controls are standard and manage to keep the three wheelers desired speed controlled, even when you ascend or descend hilly terrains.

Semi-automatic transmission on left of handlebar is controlled by switch gear, which automatically shifts gear, when you stop or slow down but needs an input to go back up. It is beneficial because it will not reach higher gear on mid-corner.

Service intervals of CanAm Spyder

With all these wonderful features, you desire your CanAm Spyder to offer its peak performance. To achieve this it is crucial to have the vehicle serviced. However, the service interval of Spyder’s 1330 ACE engine differs than 991-engine.However, you can check the manufacturers manual to learn about the intervals of 1330 ACE and 991-engine.

1330 ACE intervals

  • Replace oil and oil filter
  • 1st change – 3,100 miles
  • 2nd change – 9,300 miles
  • 3rd change – 19,000 miles
  • 4th change – 28,000 miles
  • In case, you don’t cover this many miles have oil changed every year
  • Spark plugs replacement – At 28,000 miles
  • Fuel filter changes – At 19,000 miles
  • Air filter replaced – At 19,000 miles
  • Replace engine coolant – At 28,000 miles
  • Check and adjust drive belt – As needed at each filter and oil replacement

991 engine intervals

  • Replace oil and 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
  • In case, you don’t cover this many miles have oil changed every year
  • Spark plugs replacement – At 14,000 miles
  • Fuel filter changes – Every 5 years or 19,000 miles, whichever comes first
  • Air filter replaced – At  4,600, 9,300 & 14,000 miles
  • Check and adjust drive belt – As needed at each filter and oil replacement

XPS products from BRPs are recommended to be used to ensure that engine runs clean, lasts long with total fuel efficiency.