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    • By scottj11
      Hello, how are you'ns doing? I'm in the process of tearing my Kawasaki Bayou down to fix a rattling noise and an oil leak. I'll probably be asking questions about this project. My step-son has an Arctic Cat 300, he was riding yesterday and when he turned it off it was running fine, but it won't do anything. The lights come on but it won't turn over or anything. Does anyone have any ideas on what might be wrong? TIA
    • By technofarmer
      Since Arctic Cat sold to Textron, there has definitely been some changes on a few things. Just before this happened i saw some 4 wheelers at a dealer that i had never seen before and had to drop by and see them. They were made by Textron and called the Onslaught, it had a 550 engine (single cylinder i think) and were made in Taiwan.  Now that the two companies have merged i can't find the Onslaught ATV anymore, and now both Textron and AC are making the WIldcat and the Alterra but i keep hearing and reading that they have the same engines as one another but different frames.    Surely someone knows more about this situation than i do, what can you tell me?  
    • By ATVNetwork
      For 2018, Arctic Cat has it's line up includes the ALTERRA branded ATV which is kind of short for "All-Terrain" and makes good use of the shortened word with some of the features these ATVs are now coming with. Whether you are using it to hunt, ride in mud, ride on the trails, use it for work, or just play around, Arctic Cat has an ALTERRA ATV for you.
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    • By ATVNetwork
      For 2018, Arctic Cat has it's line up includes the ALTERRA branded ATV which is kind of short for "All-Terrain" and makes good use of the shortened word with some of the features these ATVs are now coming with. Whether you are using it to hunt, ride in mud, ride on the trails, use it for work, or just play around, Arctic Cat has an ALTERRA ATV for you.
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      695cc Single-Cylinder Closed-Loop EFI Engine 300-lb Capacity Rear Cargo Box Electronic Power Steering 10-Inch Suspension Travel 11-Inch Ground Clearance You should also check out the ALTERRA MUDPRO 700 LTD Built with a 695cc EFI engine, ruthless suspension and a competitive streak, engineered for riders who like to get dirty and won’t settle for second place!
      Check out the models below:
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    • By skymankila69
      I traded my dirt bike for a 2000 arctic cat 500 semi automatic. when i went to go pick it up the guy said it didn't get spark, so i thought it was going to be something simple like a coil. well it wasn't. first thing i did was take all the plastics off to get easy asses to every thing. so i bought a brand new battery for it seeing if it got power, it didn't. the dash wouldn't light up neither would the lights, so then i tried to see if the starter worked it didn't so i jumped the solenoid and the starter started turning over the motor. so i bought a new starter solenoid, when i installed it the electric start still wouldn't work , so i bought a new kill switch and starter switch that goes on the handle bars, when i installed it, the electric start still wouldn't work. so then i went to see if i could get spark by pull starting it, i didn't get any spark, so i bought a new spark plug, and guess what, still no spark, so then i bought a new coil for it to see if that would fix it. so i installed the new coil and guess what no spark still and still no power to the dash. so to sum it up i'm not getting any power any where to the four wheeler. so i cleaned all the leads and plugs and still nothing. so then yesterday i took the wiring apart to see if their was any frayed wires, and no their wasn't. does any one have any ideas what this could be i'm up for anything. also if any one knows how to bypass all the wiring just to get it to start i open to that to, or if someone knows where  i can get a wiring diagram.
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