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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Motorcycle
Expert:  Eric replied 1 year ago.


The 2010 Can Am Spyder has a wheelbase of 68.2"

Below are the full specs for this model


Manufacturer Can-Am

Model Spyder RT-S

Engine Type991 V-twin EFI

Engine Displacement 998cc

Bore Stroke 97mm x 68mm

Cooling Liquid Cooled

Compression Ratio12.2:1

Fuel System Multi-point EFI with 51mm-diameter throttle bodies

Ignition Electronic ignition with dual output coil

Starting System Electronic

Transmission5-speed manual w/remote electronic reverse interlock, or semi-automatic w/remote

Final Drive28/79 ratio final drive with carbon fiber-reinforced drive belt

Rake Trail NA

Seat Height 30.7 in.

Wheelbase 68.2 in.

Front SuspensionDouble A-Arm with anti-roll bar 5.94 in. gas shocks with 5-position cam adjustment

Rear SuspensionSwing-arm w/monoshock; 5.71 in. w/pneumatic adjustable preload

Front Brake4 piston calipers with a diameter of 1.25 in. each disc

Rear BrakeSingle-piston sliding pins caliper with a diameterof 1.50 in. disc

Front Tire 165/65R-14

Rear Tire 225/50R-15

Fuel Capacity 6.6 gal.

Dry Weigh t929 lbs.

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Expert:  Eric replied 1 year ago.

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