BRP's REV snowmobile platform

BRP revolutionized the snowmobile industry when it launched its driver-centred REV platform in 2002. In 2003, we took it one step further by adding 20 cm (8 inches) of leg room to improve rider comfort. The aluminum chassis reduces the weight of the vehicle by 23 kg (50 pounds) which improves cornering, provides more control and quicker acceleration. The reduction in weight greatly improves the fuel economy of Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles. The REV platform comes in three different models, the REV XP, REV-XR and REV-XU.

BRP's rMotion and SC-5 rear suspension for Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles

The most progressive suspension systems in the industry from BRP which delivers new levels in comfort, capability and adjustability, making the rider experience that much more enjoyable.

BRP's intelligent suspension (IS) system

BRP's intelligent suspension system is the ergonomic component of its iControl technology. The system has 15 cm (6 in) of travel to support the full rider environment, so the impact of waves is absorbed by the suspension, not the rider.

BRP's Can-Am Outlander Max all-terrain vehicle

BRP designed and brought to market the first ATV designed especially for two people, with ergonomic backrest and hand-holds to improve the passenger experience.

BRP's high performance variable trim system (VTS)

The high performance variable trim system allows the rider to adjust the Sea-Doo watercraft based on weight, riding style and water conditions – giving better control and customized riding characteristics including two preset options.

BRP's trailing tortional independent suspension variable trim system (TTI)

BRP's TTI system is the only independent rear suspension design that eliminates scrub and camber changes. Scrub happens when rear wheels arc in and out as they roll over obstacles, resulting in compromised handling. The TTI system requires up to 75 % fewer moving parts than a traditional independent rear suspension, making it more durable.

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