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RP Advanced Spec-Ops C2 Strike Commander

Friday, April 12, 2013
RP Advanced Mobile C2 Strike UTV
courtesy of MilitaryATV.com
SC2 side view
The RP Advanced C2 Strike Mobility Commander is a new line of LTATV Strike and Mobility Vehicles for Special Operations and Rapid Reaction Forces.
RP Advanced Mobile Systems of McMinnville, Oregon has announced that it is launching a new line of LTATV Strike and Mobility Vehicles for Special Operations and Rapid Reaction Forces. The first of three vehicles to be announced is the RP Advanced C2 Strike Mobility Commander. This vehicle fills the Commander's needs for a C2/C4 vehicle that is low cost, lightweight and can be deployed by fixed and rotary wing aircraft quickly and easily to the battlefield.

The new vehicle is based on the commercially available BRP Can-Am Commander 1000cc side-by-side with modifications designed for the mission specific requirements of the US Military and government agencies. The factory bumpers, suspension, tires, seats and cargo area have all been replaced by RP Advanced Mobile Systems components for longer life and better suitability to the specific requirements of the customer. This vehicle will be one of the first vehicles to utilize RP's new Fatigue Mitigation MOLLE Tactical Seat system, along with their SOF Series II 12-Ply Run-Flat Tires and T1 Beadlock Wheels as well as an electrical support system to allow prolonged operation of communications equipment while the vehicle engine is not running.

The two additional vehicles will be based on the Can-Am 101 HP Maverick 1000 in both 2-passenger and 4-passenger configurations. All three vehicles will be unveiled in booth 450 at the upcoming NDIA SOFIC show in Tampa, Florida. The new RP Advanced C2 Strike Mobility Vehicle is currently being evaluated by military customers and is expected to see service very soon.

Sustainment and training for the new line of vehicles is being managed by MilitaryAtv.com; a leader in sustainment of LTATV, ATV and FOSOV platforms since 2006. Up-fit vehicles and sustainment packages including periodic maintenance products, vehicle specific special tools, as well as mechanical and driver's training will be available under a single contract, providing buyers with a single point of contact for all activities related to the vehicles. In addition to the BRP Can-Am vehicles modified by RP Advanced, MilitaryAtv.com can support nearly any other motorcycle, ATV or LTATV style vehicle in service by the military. Its online manuals, parts diagrams and 24/7 support make it easy for end users to get access to the information they need on their vehicles without the requirement to enter info military specific data systems.

Stop in and see the full line of products at BOOTH 450 at this year's SOFIC May 14th - 16th, 2013 in Tampa, Florida.

RP Advanced Mobile Systems, LLC is a Veteran and Minority owned business (Duns: 829928139) located in McMinnville, Oregon that designs and builds ATV protection and performance systems, including the RP StrikeRazor Nightprowler and Sar Razor. For additional information contact Terry Wilmeth at 503-434-6845 or email terry.wilmeth@rpams.com  

MilitaryAtv.com is a website operated by Already Online, Inc; a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Duns: 025393588 located in Decatur, Illinois that enables buyers, contractors and end users easy access to information needed to maintain motorcycles, ATVs, side-by-side and LTATV vehicles. For additional information visit www.MilitaryAtv.com or contact Mike Jackson at 213-935-0840 or email mikej@militaryatv.com 
 
Engine
Type: 976cc, V-twin, liquid-cooled, SOHC, 8-valve (4-valve/cyl).
Bore & Stroke: 91 x 75 mm.
Fuel System: iTC with EFI and 54mm Throttle Body, 2 Siemens∞ VDO injectors.
Starting System: Electric.
Mid-Engine design for Reduced Thermal Signature
Transmission: CVT, sub-transmission with high, low, park, neutral & reverse. Standard engine braking.
Drive Train: Selectable 2WD/4WD shaft driven with Visco-Lok front differential.

Chassis
Frame: Steel
Cage type: 2-inch diameter, high-strength steel, ROPS-approved
Steering wheel adjustment: Adjustable tilt steering
Front Suspension Type/Shocks: Double A-arm with dive-control geometry / Motion Control shocks
Front Suspension Travel: 10 in (254 mm)
Rear Suspension Type/Shocks: Torsional Trailing arm Independent (TTI) with external sway bar/ Motion Control shocks
Rear Suspension
Travel: 10 in (254 mm)
Front Brakes: Dual 214 mm ventilated disc brakes with hydraulic twin-piston calipers
Rear Brake: Single 214 mm ventilated disc brake with hydraulic twin-piston caliper

Dimensions
L x W x H (in): 118.3 x 58.6 x 72 (before modifications)
Rear RP Bed (in): 28 x 49 x 11.75 in
Rear RP Lower Box (in): 21 x 25 x 9 in
Wheelbase: 75.8 in (before modifications)
Ground Clearance: 11 in (279 mm) (before modifications)
Towing Capacity: 1,500 lb (680 kg)
Fuel Capacity: 10 US gal (37.8 L) estimated 200 mile range

Features
Color(s) Available: Flat Black, Desert Sand, OD Green
Instrumentation: Speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip and hour meters, fuel, gear position, sport mode, seat belt and 4x4 indicator, diagnostics, clock, auto shut off, In Dash GPS Optional.
DESS Anti-theft system.
Electrical: Prewired for Warn Winch
Lighting: 4 60-watt projectors with tail lights/brake light
3 x 12V DC Power Outlets: (15A) + 4 x 110v Outlets with C2 Package

Package
NEW Dynamic Power Steering (DPS)
Visco-Lok QE auto-locking front differential
Optional Rear Open Differential (ROD) Available
Front and Rear MSI Defense Series 2.5 Body Suspension Components
Front sway bar
14-in. aluminum bead lock wheels
26x9x14 RP SOF II Run Flat Tire

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MilitaryAtv   April 13, 2013 07:47 AM
You can see full details of the Can-Am and other vehicles the guys are using on our website: http://www.militaryatv.com/company/press/
2many450s   April 13, 2013 06:55 AM
Those MEN in the picture are trained killers. Nothing to smile about.
thomboz   April 12, 2013 11:30 PM
Those two guys in the 1st picture are not smiling...?! How can they not be smiling??? That's gotta be so much fun shooting a machine gun from a quad. Talk about right of way in the dunes...