Brian Deegan is a legend in the off-road world and he recently took delivery of his UTV. Built for prerunning and race testing, this Can-Am Maverick X3 wasn't delivered to your average UTV owner.
Having just relocated to a new expansive east coast compound, the Deegans have plenty of room to wheel all kinds of dirt-slinging machines and of course, there is a UTV track where he broke in the new X3.
Starting with a 2022 Maverick X3, CT Race Worxs in Monroe North Carolina gave it the deluxe treatment with a host of custom suspension, cage, and interior components, Method 407 Bead Grip wheels wrapped in Tensor Tire Regulator A/T 32-inch tires as well as engine upgrades to satisfy the needs of one of the most decorated action sports athletes ever.
CT Race Worx hooked Deegan up with all of their latest products including 4130 tube lower a-arms, boxed upper a-arms, gusset kit, MOAB bulkhead, tie rods, shock tower brace, rear high clearance trailing arms, rear sway bar links, 4130 short course radius rods, and radius rod race plates. CT Race Worx also made sure Deegan would be safe and added their short course roll cage and billet pull plate.
Bilstein's all-new Black Hawk Powersports shocks were added to help Deegan conquer any terrain the X3 goes on. Making sure the ride was comfortable inside as well, PRP DELTA seats and 5.2 harnesses were installed.
Evolution Powersports provided even more performance to the Can-Am Maverick X3. The team added a race exhaust, 3r93 tune, boost tubes, blow-off valve, catch can, intercooler tilt-up bracket, and intake brace.
This isn't the last time we will see Deegan and his X3 and we look forward to all the videos that will be shared.