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    Default Arctic cat Mud pro

    I dont know if anything has been posted about this new quad but it's pretty interesting.



    some cool features it has is the stock snorkel, 28" outlaw mst, a gear reduction, and a nice paint job. anyone know anymore about these.

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    Kinda dumb where they pu the snorkle gets in the way of the rack and you loose storage IMO

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    Doesn't make sense to me either. But there is a lot of people that will buy that machine just because of that feature.

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    be alrigth if you don't go loaded down and only ride it to play.

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    On a Cat, if you want a snorkel, you are going to interfere with the front rack. This is a special purpose toy, not marketed as a utility machine. Those that will buy it will care less if they can use the entire front rack.

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    They go to all that work to make it a good mud machine and they forget to relocate the radiator...... Should have put it up high to keep it clean and out of the muck.
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    I have mudded the living snot out of my 500 AC and have yet to have an issue. The highlights of this machine include stronger parts that were used on the T-Cat, the lower gearing for the taller tires, and the snorkel all covered under waranty. It's a step in the right direction similar to the mountain sled craze that snowmobiles went through starting in the early 90's. For years you could build a better moutain sled yourself, but once the new generation RMK's, Summits, and M sleds came out they were better than most of us could build. This is the first stock mud machine and I bet future models will be much better.

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