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    DPS Settings

    Can we adjust the DPS setting...low, medium, high..like other Can Ams? I looked in the owners manual and it doesn't mention.

    Thanks.

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    Hold the button down......longer till it changes on your dash
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    Quote Originally Posted by JediIke View Post
    Hold the button down......longer till it changes on your dash
    Does the Trail have a button?

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    If you have a dps switch on yr dash then yes , some times the dealers get a manuel for a different model in yr car, ask me how I know.
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    The BRP maintenance manual indicates no user-adjustable settings on the MavT/MavS DPS system (Subsection XX - Dynamic Power Steering). That section includes system description and features which indicates after replacing specified steering components, the Torque Offset must be reset to zero, which requires being connected to service department diagnostic software and re-flashed per procedure. No driver "dash button" control since by definition, "dynamic" means variable steering assist to predefined parameters...

    Manual is $24.50 download here:
    2019 Can-Am Maverick Sport / Trail 800R, 1000 & 1000R Repair & Maintenance Manual
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    Earlier this year when I changed out my gauges I went to the dealer to have the kph changed to mph and adjust the speedo for the bigger tires. While there they did a update to the DPS system. The update was to change feel under certain conditions. Coboz, when did you get your machine? If you want a different feel might be something to look into.

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    Thank you for the replies...i figured that would be the answer since there is no obvious button, and the manual didn't mention it..just making sure I wasn't missing something...nbr013, not really looking for a different feel "now"..it is fine..but just started looking at front end lockers (torq locker, halo, smart-lok)..and people just mentioned to change the setting to "high". Not even sure I really need to..just trying to get answers for down the road incase I do get a locker. Coming from a rhino with no PS that drove like a cement truck..i'm sure it will be fine as is. Thanks again.

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    DirtDawg..thanks for the link to manual...just purchased and downloaded.

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