Check out my new wildcat. Engine output is 130-140hp and top speed is about 105-110 mph. Ahead of winter 2011 I've done a quick reconditioning including a couple new suspension wheels, new slides, new drive belt, new Exhaust gaskets and springs, new motobatt battery, new snow flap, new coolant, new coolant hoses, new chaincase oil (ATF) and cleaned the clutch.
Arctic Cat To The Rescue?
Nasty hole that a few people took a run at and most didn't make lol, poor
Cat needed some clutch work. Please like and comment if you like the video
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Replacing Bearing on Snowmobile Drive Shaft
this is how to replace the bearing when it goes out on a snowmobile drive
shaft if your speedometer stops working it is a sign that your bearing
might have went out the snowmobile is a 1990 arctic cat prowler 440
BLOWN UP ARCTIC CAT 700 CAUSED BY OVERHEATING AND NO OIL
Here is what happens when you lend your atv out to somebody... the results
are total engine distruction, this is the result of major over heating and
running with no oil...i have never seen a 4 stroke piston melt that bad..
Arctic Cat ZR 700 sno pro start and drive
sorry for the poor quality. at one point i hada hit break. hard to film
alone lol. im going to use helmet cam next time. has a kimpex vantage track
and 96 studs. it is lowered for now because i was on the lake so the
suspension looks lower then it should be. i have the limiter straps
tightened and the shock very loose. next video will be of me on the lake.
in my yard you cant really get up to speed. but it does have some balls.
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