Yes, there is 3 different positions the sway bar links can be installed, each one giving a different level of stabilization when connected.
No, when the button is pressed for a change in mode. The sway bar will disconnect as soon as it has a neutral torsion, and it will reconnect when the bars transition thru the neutral position automatically.
The Halo disconnecting sway bar gives you the best of both worlds. The factory sway bar must compromise between stability and suspension flex. The ability to disconnect will allow you have a stiffer bar, allowing for more stabilization for cornering and handling, however when you need your suspension to flex it will allow it to …
The sway bar, also often referred to as an anti-roll bar is a suspension component that connects both sides of the suspension together giving resistance to either side from working independently from one another. This basically is always trying to keep the wheels level with the frame giving you stability (anti-roll) when cornering. While the …
Yes, it would, however we have a simple solution/fix to defeat the warning or alarm that comes from the Smart-Loc differential being removed.
The Halo Locker has 2 main advantages over the Can-Am smart-lok differential. First, it is a 100% positive lock and cannot slip when engaged. The Smart-lok has clutches that slip and wear out. Second, the Halo Locker is more durable and much better able withstand the abuse, and stress created by larger than stock tires, …
Yes, in the unlikely event that you “misplace” any parts all the individual parts of a HALO locker are available.
No, The HALO locker does not require a break in period, however ever when paired with new axles keep in mind to follow any break in procedures that may be required from the axle manufacturer.
The HALO locker is easy to care for, we recommend oil changes be done by manufactures recommendations at minimum. The HALO Locker should be operated at least every 30 days to ensure it is in good working condition and to exercise moving components.
HALO lockers are designed to operate with those lubricants recommended for the vehicles by Can-Am. No special lubricant is needed. The level should be serviced to the bottom of the fill port hole while sitting on level ground.