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The WildCat is still even HUSH HUSH inside Arctic Cat. The RSD department and the top dogs at Arctic Cat are the few that know whats going on.

Even the Area Reps arn't allowed to get close enough to it to pick up any decernable facts.

The biggest speculation is in reguards to the power plant.

Some say it will be 951 v2 motor, Other are talking about an 1100 cc inline 3 cylinder that comes in two configurations, First is naturally asperated and the second is turbocharged!!!!!

I think the std was 110 hp while the turbo version 165 hp.

I heard talk of a realease date of spring 2012.

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As I said the information valve on the WILDCAT is turned off, But what I've heard is one will be the width of the std XTX Prowler. 61.5 inches. Remember you don't have to change the suspension to change the outside to outside wheel width. All you have to change Rim offset.

No promises, But it does make sense. I seriously doubt even though it is a totally new unit I'm sure there’s a lot of in use parts in it.

For example: The new "Quick Pull Axles" The new axles have 40% more articulation than the old axles. So, how much suspension travel does the WILDCAT have, a lot!!

I think the bikes design was based in baja and it will be designed to surpass anything in that market but I also think their smart enough to know, there bread a butter is in a trail machine. Different tires and in low range it would be a hell of a rock crawler. Especially with the on the fly locking front diff.

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