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    WSRD YouTube How-To's

    WSRD How-To's:

    Whalen's Speed: Can Am DynoJet Launch Control Overview & How-To

    Whalen's Speed: WSRD FP Green Turbocharger Installation | How-To

    Whalen's Speed: Level Up Your Machine | Motec Standalone ECU Packages

    Whalen's Speed: How-To | Ski-Doo PV3 Flashing

    Whalen's Speed: PVinfo File How-To | PV3 WSRD Tune Procedure | UPDATE

     Whalen's Speed: DynoJet License PV3 | Flashing Multiple Can-Am Machines

     Whalen's Speed: Adjusting Crack Pressue | Turbo Talk

    Whalen's Speed: WS300X Kit Fuel Pump Sending Unit Overview | How-To

    When installing the WS300RR, on 2020 models, and the WS300XR, on 2017-2019 models, we require the modification of the factory sending unit/fuel pressure regulator after the AEM Fuel Pump is installed. Here is a how-to showing how simple this process is. 

    Whalen's Speed: How-To Can-Am X3 Fuel Pump - WS180/200/205+

    We needed to go over this in explain the methods to swap the old X3 fuel pump out for the new fuel pump. The new fuel pump is a full plug and play unit. Please note where we do ground for the WSRD re-wire kit and where the new 20amp fuse is located and needs to be swapped out. Thank you. If there is any questions or concerns. Please let us know!


    Whalen's Speed: How-To Install Your WSRD Tune Onto Your Can-Am X3

    We've tried here to make a informational video on how to install your WSRD tune into your Can Am. If there's any issues with your install, simply reach out to us and we can help you out.

    Whalen's Speed: WSRD Can-Am X3 Vented Catch Can Kit Install

    Prevent unwanted oil and crankcase gases from entering your intake tract with this vented catch can. Turbo engines, especially when boost is increased, create a lot of crank case gas that needs to evacuate the engine. Can-Am did a great job of putting a proper sized 3/4" ventilation line on the engine but, as most OEM do, they recirculate it right back into the system. Our can will catch that oil and vent the gases out of the filter. It is also equipped with a drain valve to easily drain the fluids that are caught. Also to note, cold weather and ethanol based fuel will put more fluid in the can. Do not be alarmed by it, instead take note and drain it more often.