Arctic Cat unveiled its 2012 Sno Pro 600 race sled on Saturday in front of hundreds of fans at Hay Days in Minnesota. Check out video of the launch on the Powersports Business YouTube channel here.
Performance Product team manager Troy Halvorson said the Sno Pro 600 builds upon last season’s winning success and the success of the recently introduced ProCross chassis. Key highlights include an all-new ProCross Race chassis, which is stronger and lighter than 2011 Sno Pro 600, and a 600R race engine with 40mm Mikuni rack style TM carbs with TPS.
Other features include: front Arctic Race Suspension (ARS), with Fox Float X Evol Shox; an all-new Race Slide Action rear suspension equipped with Fox Racing Shox; a 1.7-inch Snocross track or 1.25-in. Cobra 2-ply Cross Country track; Arctic Drive System (ADS) with magnesium chaincase and all-new Torque Overloading Sensing (TOS) bottom sprocket; Torque Control Link (TCL) that links the drive to driven clutch; Radial Master Cylinder brake system; and a five gallon Snocross or 12 gallon Cross Country fuel tank.
“Racing has been a strong cornerstone of Arctic Cat’s heritage and brand. It’s an arena we have consistently used for testing and development. It’s our commitment to race the ProCross chassis and show the world that our consumers can buy the same snowmobile to conquer the world’s toughest terrain,” said Brad Darling, GM of Arctic Cat’s Snow Division.
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