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I currently have a 2008 Premier edition Spyder and recently test drove the new RT model. I was completely impressed and want to upgrade.

The dealer was not too knowledgable on the new models and options.

Do any of you out there know:

On the models with audio is there a outlet or jack where you can plug in your ear buds and listen to the stereo on you ear buds as opposed to the speakers?

If you don't get the model (RTS) with the suspension presets for load variations, how easy is it to adjust the rear suspension for two up with luggage loads vs single rider no luggage loads? Is it even really necessary to change the suspension for two up riding?
 

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I currently have a 2008 Premier edition Spyder and recently test drove the new RT model. I was completely impressed and want to upgrade.

The dealer was not too knowledgable on the new models and options.

Do any of you out there know:

On the models with audio is there a outlet or jack where you can plug in your ear buds and listen to the stereo on you ear buds as opposed to the speakers?

A: There is no ear bud jack on the console or anywhere else. The sound system is designed to play through the speakers. As you know, however, the audio system has an iPod input jack in the top trunk; the iPod which in addition to it's music files will have an FM radio and to which a bluetooth rig will plug.

If you don't get the model (RTS) with the suspension presets for load variations, how easy is it to adjust the rear suspension for two up with luggage loads vs single rider no luggage loads? Is it even really necessary to change the suspension for two up riding?
A: Whether RT-S or other, the front suspension guidelines on Page 47 of the owners manual should be followed. On the RT-S, the rear suspenion adjustment is electric, which makes things a bit easier; howerver, I do see why you're asking the question regarding the front suspension, and hopefully, you don't have to do it too often. The front suspension adjustment is different for a single rider depending on weight, then again for that rider with a passenger depending on weight; then again for the rider, passenger and cargo. The cam adjustment setting range from 1-5.
 

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mkstein1956;2049[SIZE="1" said:
]I currently have a 2008 Premier edition Spyder and recently test drove the new RT model. I was completely impressed and want to upgrade.

The dealer was not too knowledgable on the new models and options.

Do any of you out there know:[/SIZE]
On the models with audio is there a outlet or jack where you can plug in your ear buds and listen to the stereo on you ear buds as opposed to the speakers?
If you don't get the model (RTS) with the suspension presets for load variations, how easy is it to adjust the rear suspension for two up with luggage loads vs single rider no luggage loads? Is it even really necessary to change the suspension for two up riding?
the only way i know to hear music in your helmet is by getting the CB option,and then getting the wired helmet by BRP. But the stereo with the rear speakers sound great too.
 

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RTS Audio

If you get the C.B. which is communication package you get intercom and headset connectors we are currently waiting for this already paid for, no word yet when will be in and ,also can am will have the headsets avail. to we are told,my wife says stereo is great, a little hard to get used to controls after two wing trikes but she loves it.
 
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