TheBeast is the most iconic and most legendary Can-Am SPYDER F3s and it has over 80.000km or 49.700 mi. In todays video i will show you how to make installation of Belt Tensioner from Lamonster Garage. This video will help all Can Am Spyder F3 or F3s owners.
Belt Tensioner for Can Am SPYDER: https://www.martinthevlogger.com/product-page/spyder-f3-belt-tensioner-roller-by-lamonster
In todays video you will find
0:01:05 - why it is good to go to www.martinthevlogger.com
0:01:33 - How to find out if you have or not Belt Tensioner on your Can Am Spyder
0:02:22 - Difference between lamonster garage and BRP belt tensioner
0:02:42 - how Belt tensioner help your Can-Am Spyder
0:03:28 - step by step installation
0:07:45 - Recapitulation on belt tensioner installation for Can Am SPYDER F3 and F3s
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Description of Belt Tensioner:
Words by Lamonster: We stepped up our game at Lamonster Garage® and made a belt tensioner worthy of our Lamonster Garage® and IPS™ brand name. We started with our signature twin bearing roller with oversized sealed bearings and roller to reduce roller rpm. This is the same roller we used on the oem tensioner that we've been selling for the last 3 years.
We have thousands of these upgraded rollers in service with great user feedback. We see no reason to change something that works so well. This roller is still available as a replacement wear item just like brake pads. These should last 15000 to 20000 km before needing replacement. We have customers with many more km than that without replacement but it's a good idea to inspect the tensioner and roller at every tire change. The torsion arm has been replaced with an anodized billet aluminum arm with twin bearings at the pivot point as opposed to a plastic arm with a bushing at the pivot point. This is a little overkill on our part but it's just as easy to make it bulletproof when you're starting from scratch.
We also added a third mounting hole to allow the same part to work on the F3 and the RT. The holes are now slotted for easy of alignment when installing. A spacer will be provided for the RT and F3. This spacer goes under the bracket to allow of clearance of the frame member on the RT. The RT uses the center hole and the whole to the left of center and the F3 uses the center hole and the hole right of center (next to the pivot arm)and the spacer goes on top of the bracket on the F3.
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About MartinTheVlogger I am crazy motorbike rider, who wants to travel the World with his bYke also known as "TheBeast" [BRP Can-Am Spyder F3s].
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