Ive got a few parts here for a Can-Am,I think its a TNT though which was the street legal version. I once rode a works model 250 Can-Am years ago. It was reputed to be an ex Marty Tripes bike. Every nut and bolt was titanium,the frame was a one-off no oil in frame skinny tube looking thing,special hubs,etc.
2 friends looped the thing hard,one in 3rd gear,one in 4th. I figured out when I rode it the trick was to keep the rear tire lit,dont let it hook up or it would flip very quick. It ran like a big chainsaw with no flywheel effect,instant revs and revved to the moon. The rotary valve engines are easy to get big power out of. Not the best handling thing in the world.
Parts are getting a little hard to come by.
Some bikes around at times