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    Don't know if anyone's had to replace a lambda/o2 sensor but the original priced at around $400 bucks!Searching around I found a NTK replacement for about $150 delivered.Part no.is:
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    stock no.1767
    590mm 4wire
    connector type 31

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    Can-am spyder head gasket is identical to the one from aprilia but retails for like 20$ instead of 53$

    I had both in hand this weekend and they are the same. Thickness included. They are even stamped with the same numbers on the gasket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Benz Master View Post
    Can-am spyder head gasket is identical to the one from aprilia but retails for like 20$ instead of 53$

    I had both in hand this weekend and they are the same. Thickness included. They are even stamped with the same numbers on the gasket.
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    Both gen aprilia share the same head gasket.

    oil pump is the same too and pump housing is MUCH cheaper from BRP

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    BRP/CanAm/SeaDoo Parts for Rotax V990

    You can get a lot of the engine bits from your local CanAm/SeaDoo dealer, usually much quicker (3 days) and [almost*] always much cheaper. Many of the Aprilia part numbers transfer directly to BRP/CanAm/SeaDoo numbers, by adding "42" to the beginning of the part number.

    Parts I have personally used:
    Valve cover gaskets: AP0650345; Can Am420650345
    Magnetic Drain Plug: AP0241782; Can Am 420241782
    Stator Gasket: AP0650341; Can Am 420650341
    Cam Chain Tensioner: AP0236253; Can Am 420236253 (superseded to Can Am#415129408, yes the new # fits)
    Cam chain tensioner gasket: AP0430622; Can Am 420430622
    Valve Cover Bolts: AP0241625; Can Am 420241625


    Others:
    Head Gasket: AP0650210; Can-Am 420650210
    Valve Shim, 2.75mm: AP0253977; Can-Am 420253977 (works for all size shims)
    Cam Chain : AP0297957; Can-am 420297957
    Spark Plug Boot/Cap: AP0265246; Can Am 420265246
    Cam Position Sensor: AP0664040; Can Am 420664040 (both now superseded to 0664040 and 420664040 respectively)

    The list goes on quite a ways....

    Basically it's good practice to search Can Am parts fiche before you order ANY part for the V990.

    *Also check prices before hand. Many of the Can-Am part numbers can be had for about 50% of the Aprilia price, but as has been said before, Aprilia parts pricing makes absolutely no sense.
    AP oil filters are cheaper than their CA counterparts.
    AP valve cover gaskets are cheaper at the time I'm writing this, but were double the CA price when I replaced mine.
    AP Cam pos sensor is over $150 right now, CA part is listed at $41.99. Definitely, definitely check Can Am parts availability/pricing before ordering!



    Unfortunately for those of us with 04-08 RSVRs and Tuonos, the part numbers for the 370W flywheel/stator (or any flywheel/stator) don't match up

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    just an opinion.. it would be better if you guys can describe it more detail.. such as this part is for gen1 mille/gen2 RSVR/for falco/for tuono/etc to prevent misbuy

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    Throttle body rubber manifolds for all Rotax v990 engined Ape's

    - Aprilia part number AP0267150 which has been superseded by AP0267151 - US$60 ea
    - Can am part numbers 420267150 which has been superseded by 420267151 - US$30 ea

    However... where I live the Aprilia part is NZ$260 where as the Can AM part is only NZ$72 ea !?!?!

    The other advantage as has been mentioned above is availability -
    - Aprilia ex Italy via Triumph NZ's slow down so approx 6 weeks to receive
    - CanAm ex Australia, 2 days to receive if i order before 11.30am

    how they can justify $260 each is beyond me

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    I also got the Can Am intake rubbers because they were cheaper. I remember them also having a slightly different number. Maybe the rubber is better because the Aprilia ones were falling apart.

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    Same exact part.
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    The number is different because they have been superseded, both with aprilia and can am

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    Yeah, I get that part. What I'm saying is the aprilia parts and can-am parts are the same. AP0267151 is the same as 420267151, etc.
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    I was referring to yzf600

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    That Napa made in china starter solenoid above shorted closed on me on the first week. Not fun having to remove the seat and battery cable to get your starter to stop turning. Don't recommend. Had my old one as spare under the seat to get home though.

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