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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Cam-Am Spyder Roadster Recalled for Front Brake Problem

Cam-Am has issued a recall of certain 2008 Spyder Roadster three-wheel motorcycles.

On certain passenger vehicles, there is a presence of an abnormal quantity of air in the hydraulic circuit of the front brake. The brake pedal may go almost to the floor when depressing. A driver may be unable to stop the vehicle as expected increasing the risk of a crash.

476 units are affected.

Check out my Motorcycle Recalls feature for more details.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi, thanks for the info, my bike has been useless from the week I bought it, first had trouble starting it, would take along time to get it to start, eventually wouldn't start at all. Have to take it in, now is fixed. NOW bike is back in for repair of clutch, leaked all it's oil. Now waiting for parts (entire kit) to fix. been in for 12 days waiting. I am pissed off.