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- Ride Tech
Mud-slinging traction makes for unstoppable fun. Big horsepower depends on it. In the mud, the key to traction is many components working together. Power. Steering. Tire grip. Articulation. You get the picture. In 2WD you’ll ride like the wind. In 4WD you’ll blow through like a fierce storm. Lock the front diff, and bystanders better take cover.
2/4 WD + Electronic Front Differential Lock
In 2WD, steering is light and nimble. Shift on the fly into 4WD and power is delivered to the front wheels. The front wheels spin at different speeds. Steering effort remains minimal. When the going gets muddy, rocky or just plain nasty, activate the electronic front differential lock for ultimate traction. Power is sent to all four wheels, enabling you to crawl, climb and continue on with confidence.
- Standard 4-Wheel Drive
- Front Differential Lock
28-Inch Maxxis Zilla Tires
The Maxxis® Zilla is one of the lightest mud tires you’ll find, weighing as much as 8–10 lbs. less than something comparable. The aggressive tread pulls well yet feels smooth on the trail. This tire combines high-speed performance with a durable 6-ply rating. Braking characteristics are superb.
A noteworthy feature on 700 models: Once in park there’s no need to engage the hand brake unless parking on steeper inclines. Using the parking brake as a secondary precaution is always suggested.
1000 H2 and 700 H1 EFI Engines
The 1000 H2 is a 951cc, SOHC, liquid-cooled 90° V-Twin with EFI. The H2 operates at consistently cool operating temperatures thanks to Arctic Cat's liquid-cooled system featuring a high-capacity radiator and thermostatically controlled cooling fan. The 700 H1 is a 695cc, liquid-cooled single-cylinder with EFI. This engine creates a huge amount power and torque.
- 1000 H2
- 700 H1
Duramatic Automatic Transmission
Strong is an understatement. As the name implies, our Duramatic™ automatic transmission is one tough tranny. CVT technology (continuously variable transmission) responds to vehicle speed, engine RPM and load. As RPMs rise, the centrifugal clutch engages - allowing the primary clutch to be engaged with the belt at all times.
When the forecast makes mud we make for the test track. Two things we decided you gotta have: 10 inches of suspension travel and 14 inches of ground clearance. You also get to set the spring preload for five kinds of riding conditions.
Our racks are steel, not plastic. They’re strong. They’re durable. What’s more, built-in entry points make it super easy to add attachments. Racks are rated for 100 lbs. carrying capacity on the front, and 200 lbs. in the rear.
With these MudPro™ Limiteds, you get a deluxe digital and analog gauge along with heavy-duty steel front and rear bumpers with dual-tube construction that helps protect your chassis from light impact. They also protect your grill and lights from brush and debris.
Snorkel Air Intake
The elevated snorkel design intake does more than pump clean air to the engine. It also breathes life into the clutch, making sure the CVT belt stays dry and cool through the deepest holes.