Friday, June 24, 2011

Magnum Offroad Can-Am Commander Long Travel System

After months of development & testing, the new Magnum Offroad M4 Can-Am Commander Long travel Suspension System is finally available!

San Marcos, CA 6/21/11 – After months of R&D and customer patience the NEW Magnum Offroad M4 Can-Am Commander Long Travel is HERE! The Magnum M4 Commander Long Travel system was designed and built in-house at Magnum Offroad, and features fully CAD designed front control and rear trailing arms which are laser cut and CNC bent for precise and consistent fabrication. In addition to the fully gusseted boxed control and trailing arms, Summers Brothers Axles, precision machined components and a full replacement set of billet aluminum tie rods which include machined clevis’s to strengthen the entire steering system are also included. Magnum Offroad has worked extensively to retain the Commander’s steering and factory geometry to maintain the “Anti-Dive” characteristics that Can-Am built into their front suspension. The rear trailing arms however were lengthened to give the M4 Commander a 4” longer wheel base increasing stability and improving the overall ride through both rough and smooth terrain.

The Magnum M4 Commander Long Travel Suspension was designed for, and can be used with either Fox Racing Shox 6.5″ Remote Reservoir Coil-Over Shocks or the factory supplied Commander-X model Fox Racing Shox HPG Piggyback Shocks with Dual Speed Compression, Rebound and Preload adjustments. The M4 Long Travel Suspension increases wheel travel by 4” both front and rear bringing the car from 10” of wheel travel in stock form to an impressive 14” of wheel travel! When running the 6.5” Fox Shocks an additional 1” of bump/up travel can be achieved. Magnum Offroad has worked extensively not only on the geometry of this system but also on the shock tuning. Hours of R&D have gone into the shocks alone making this kit the best operating system on the market. Precision dyno tuned maps of the shocks valving makes duplicating or advancing the shocks performance a breeze! Magnum Offroad sticks with Fox Racing Shox for a reason and years of satisfied customers show proof that Magnum Offroad & Fox Racing Shox is the right combination when it comes to UTV/SXS suspension!

Can-Am really went above and beyond with the Commander, and our M4 suspension system is the perfect complement to an already amazing side x side! The kit is available to order today by contacting Magnum Offroad at the contact information below. Also keep checking www.MagnumOffroad.com as in the coming days a NEW website will be launched highlighting Magnum’s desire to become California’s #1 UTV/SXS Fabrication and Retail shop!

Magnum Offroad M4 Can-Am Commander Long Travel System Specs:
  • +8” Trackwidth (+4” Per Side)
  • +4” Wheelbase (Rear Only)
  • 14” Wheel Travel (Using OEM Fox X Model Shocks / +1” Bump Travel Using Fox Racing 6.5 2.0 Coil-over Shock)
  • Increased Ground Clearance Over Stock
  • Summers Brothers 4340 Axle Set
  • Full Replacement Billet Aluminum Tierods w/ Machined Clevis (No Weak Extensions)
  • Single Stage Powder Coat
  • M/O Limited Lifetime Warranty
Complete System (Less Shocks) $3499.00

Complete System w/ Custom Valved FOX Racing 2.0 - 6.5” Race Shocks & Eibach Springs $4999.00

Complete System w/ Custom Valved Compression Adjustable FOX Racing 2.0 - 6.5” Race Shocks & Eibach Springs $5299.00

Custom Valved Compression Adjustable FOX Racing 2.0 – 6.5” Race Shox & Eibach Springs $1800.00

*Note: 2.0 spring kit must be used when using the factory X model shocks.

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About Magnum Offroad, LLC

Since 2006 Magnum Offroad, LLC has been specializing in the design and fabrication of UTV custom chassis, suspension and accessories as well as Hummer H1 and HMMWV aftermarket components. Magnum Offroad was founded on the premise of building the strongest, most durable products the off road industry has ever seen while remaining committed to building products that not only work great but look good.

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