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So you’ve got your HJC UTV helmet for summer activities, your 509 Altitude helmet and corresponding goggles for winter riding, but what do you do to communicate with your helmet on inside your Can-Am Maverick? Depending on what you are doing and how you use your Maverick, you may or may not wear a helmet. For slow trail rides, a helmet may not be absolutely necessary. But if you are going on an aggressive trail ride or riding in a field, most Can-Am riders would agree that helmets are lifesavers. But one main caveat to wearing side-by-side helmets is that they make communication difficult. With a helmet headset, however, it no longer has to be. Using an in-helmet communication kit with speakers and a microphone, it will feel like you’re talking on your living room couch. Sena in-helmet comm kits are popular among UTV riders, but companies like Rugged Radios and others make awesome helmet communication equipment for in-car intercoms, car-to-car links, and bluetooth connectivity to your phone or MP3 player. Play a little music through your hemet audio kit, then hit your PTT button to tell your crew that you’re pulling over for a quick pit stop. You can use them to stay both safe and connected when riding for fun, or use them for racing applications. Whatever you’re looking for in an in-helmet audio and communications kit, to use in your Maverick you’re sure to find it right here at Everything Can-Am Offroad.

Many side-by-side owners transition to the Can-Am Maverick from other extreme sports. As such, they’re likely to already have a perfectly fine DOT and / or Snell approved helmet. If you fall into this camp and are looking to retrofit your Klim F4, O’Neal, or Fly Racing Carbon helmet with an audio kit, we’ve got you covered. Some helmet communication kits attach to the outside of the helmets, while others slide comfortably inside the existing helmet construction. Most use either adhesion or velcro to mount onto the helmet for either a permanent or removable fixture. Whatever the case may be, long-time Can-Am riders shop Everything Can-Am Offroad for the best UTV helmet headsets, bluetooth headsets, and wireless helmet headphone communication systems for their Can-Am Mavericks.

  • Can-Am Mono Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Mono Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios

    $30.00

    Can Am Offroad Mono Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios Velcro mount speakers with 3.5mm mono plug. Perfect for motocross, street, and other helmet applications. Universal 3.5mm jack works with all iPhones, iPods, and most MP3 players...

  • Can-Am Stereo Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Stereo Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios

    $30.00

    Can Am Offroad Stereo Helmet Speakers by Rugged Radios Need a little mood music while going for the double jump? Want a little bass thumping while you take the corner at high speed? Listen to your favorite tunes with the Rugged Radios helmet...

  • Can-Am 3' Offroad Extension Cable By Rugged Radios

    Can-Am 3' Offroad Extension Cable By Rugged Radios

    $40.00

    Can Am 3' Offroad Extension Cable By Rugged Radios 3' straight extension cord for offroad helmet kits. Works with all Rugged, PCI Race Radios, Avcomm, RacerX, and other offroad intercoms. Total Shield RF blocking Nexus Jack OFFROAD plug High...

  • Can-Am to IMSA Adapter by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am to IMSA Adapter by Rugged Radios

    $50.00

    Can Am Off-Road to IMSA Adapter by Rugged Radios Connect Offroad Helmet Kits to IMSA Jacks using this adapter cable. Simply connect the blue Jack to an Offroad cable and the black cable into an IMSA style Jack and you're ready to race. Black--IMSA...

  • Can Am Offroad Alpha Audio Offroad Helmet Kit by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Alpha Audio Offroad Helmet Kit by Rugged Radios

    $105.00

    Can Am Offroad Alpha Audio Offroad Helmet Kit by Rugged Radios Alpha Audio speakers produce highs and lows for quality sound during music playback. Perfect for listening to your favorite tracks while talking to your buddies. This complete offroad...

  • Can-Am Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios

    $50.00

    Can Am Offroad Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios The Rugged Helmet Skirt is designed to to provide protection while keeping sand and dirt out of your full face helmet. Includes an adhesive strip of velcro to make installation and removal fast and easy...

  • Can-Am Impact Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Impact Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios

    $75.00

    Can Am Offroad Impact Helmet Skirt by Rugged Radios Add valuable seconds of thermal protection while reducing wind noise to your communication system with Impact's helmet skirt. Available as a do-it-yourself Velcro® attachment, the Impact helmet...

  • Can-Am Impact Helmet Hardware Kit by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Impact Helmet Hardware Kit by Rugged Radios

    $19.99

    Can Am Offroad Impact Helmet Hardware Kit by Rugged Radios Use this helmet pivot kit to install shields on Impact helmets. This kit fits all Impact helmets. Impact highly recommends replacing your helmet hardware after a few shield changes to...

  • Can Am Offroad Bell Qualifier Transition Shield by Rugged Radios

    Can-Am Bell Qualifier Transition Shield by Rugged Radios

    $139.95

    Can Am Offroad Bell Qualifier Transition Shield by Rugged Radios The Transitions SOLFX Photochromic ClickRelease shield automatically adapts to light conditions, darkening when exposed to sunlight and clearing in low light. Works with the Bell...

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.

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