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Apr 20, 2011 - 2:39 PM - by 4Nines
Welcome to WildcatForums.net, the internet's largest Arctic Cat Wildcat Forum. This site was born April 4th, 2011 with the announcement of the Arctic Cat Wildcat Side-by-Side/UTV. The forum was created for Arctic Cat Wildcat Owners and enthusiasts to learn, discuss, and share knowledge of the new UTV/SXS. There are many areas of discussions ranging from Wildcat Maintenance tips, Wildcat Repair help, Wildcat Roll Cages and Arctic Cat Wildcat Safety, Wildcat Modifications, Wildcat SXS Racing, Wildcat Accessories, Wildcat Parts, Events and much more! If your new to the site please take a moment and REGISTER to enjoy all of the features of the site, it's free!

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Dirt Riot Central Series Altus, Oklahoma Coppermines Race Recap

Sep 19, 2014 - 12:34 PM - by BRAVE Motorsports
Dirt Riot Central Series Altus, Oklahoma Race Recap


"I just saw the passenger side wheel roll back past us"



Prep
At the previous races this season we had noticed that our race wildcat wasn’t putting down the power it should. This was exemplified at the Kentucky Short Course race where we were constantly at the back of the pack off the start line even when starting in the front row. An investigation led to bad compression and the rings passing. This coupled with the roll at Sturgis resulting in some sketchy steering at best led us to completely tear down the Wildcat and rebuild it. While it took way more time than we expected due to finding frame damage and reinforcing it we essentially completely rebuilt the wildcat with fresh parts including a nearly brand new engine. With brand new or rebuilt parts all around we were much more confident in the potential performance of the racer than we had been in the past. The complete teardown and rebuild had been time consuming and we missed our opportunity to race at Crandon, WI and Cortez, CO which essentially put us out of the chase for 1st place in National Points. However, we had the car ready to run for the Altus, Oklahoma race which was the last race of the Central Series. We were excited to make the 7 hour trek to Altus and get back to racing on one of the most enjoyable courses on the Dirt Riot schedule.


Pre-Running
For those not familiar with Coppermines Offroad Park it’s a gem located in the flat lands of Altus, Oklahoma. The park stands out from the surrounding farmland with a diverse terrain that makes it perfect for Dirt Riot racing. It offers everything from a short course and high speed sections to some significant hill climbs. One wrong turn or going too fast and you can easily eat a UTV alive in the ditches or rutted out sections. These wouldn’t pose much of an issue, except for the fact that this region of Oklahoma has been in serious drought making for clouds of dust all across the course.


With all the modifications we took our time knocking out a
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September 2014 Wildcat of the Month Contest

Sep 17, 2014 - 3:33 PM - by wicked





Here it is boys n girls! The September 2014 Wildcat of the Month contest starts now! This month there'll be no specific theme and anyone with a Wildcat can enter! Simply post the best pic of your ride!

We welcome everyone including vendors to participate, however we will not pick the same winner within a 3 month period.

The contest will close in one week (Wednesday, September 24), and finalists will be chosen by staff and you guys will vote for the winner. Rules for entry are below:

  • The photo must be attached to a post in this thread
  • Only one picture will be allowed, so make it your best! (do not submit multiple photos or you will be disqualified)
  • You must be the owner of the Wildcat.

The winner will receive a $25 Amazon gift card from WildcatForums.net and be featured on the front page!

Looking forward to your entries!
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2015 Arctic Cat Wildcat EPS

Sep 08, 2014 - 10:39 PM - by dascrow
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NEW FOR 2015
• JRi ECX-1 piggyback gas shocks feature 2.5-in. bodies and reservoirs, plus full compression adjustability, for fade-free suspension performance in all terrain conditions.
• New closed-loop EFI system with catalyst exhaust provides 25 percent improved fuel economy and lower CO emissions for optimal performance in all conditions.
• Half doors have new paddle-style latches for easier entry/exit.
• Arctic Cat Variable Electronic Power Steering has new 20% increase in assist at low-speeds

The Original Wildcat

The Wildcat that started big-bump domination set a new standard in pure-sport ROV performance thanks to a chassis and suspension combo that was purpose-built to conquer all types of gnarly terrain.
For 2015 the base Wildcat 1000 im- proves with JRi ECX-1 shocks featuring a 2.5-in. shaft with preload adjustable dual rate springs, a 2.5-in.piggyback reservoir and 70 compression adjust positions and are 100 percent service- able and rebuildable.

Inspired by desert race vehicles, the Wildcats’ exoskeleton frame features a 40-/60-percent front/rear weight distribution for optimal handling at high speed. The driver and passenger are located near the low center of grav- ity, leaving them less affected by the movements of the vehicle with greater confidence and control.

With an industry-leading 17/18 inches of front/ rear suspension travel and 13 inches of ground clearance, both Wild- cats deliver comfort and control in nearly every condition. The 5-point, multi-link trailing-arm rear suspension design keeps the rear tires flat while the suspension moves through its travel for unmatched
traction and control.

Powering the Wildcat is the liquid-cooled 951cc Arctic Cat H2 V-Twin 4-stroke with Electronic Fuel Injection. Delivering excellent torque and speed thanks to the 2-into-1 ceramic-coated exhaust and single 50mm throttle body, the engine feeds into the TEAM Rapid Response clutches and electronic selectable 2WD/4WD with front... [Read More]
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2015 Wildcat 4X EPS & Wildcat 4X Limited EPS

Sep 08, 2014 - 10:29 PM - by dascrow
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NEW FOR 2015
• JRi ECX-1 piggyback gas shocks feature 2.5-in. bodies and reservoirs, plus 70 position compression adjustability,
for fade-free suspension performance in all terrain conditions. (X)
• New closed-loop EFI system with catalyst exhaust provides 25 percent improved fuel economy and lower
CO emissions for optimal performance in all conditions.
• Reprogrammed Variable Assist Electronic Power Steering now provides
20 percent increased assist for reduced steering effort.
• Half doors have new paddle-style latches for easier entry/exit

The Power of Four

“X” – The lone definition that these Wildcat’s have a race-tuned 1000 H2 engine churning out 90+ horsepower and claim dominance at the top of the Wildcat four seat performance chain. X models have JRi ECX-1 shocks, aluminum front and rear bumpers and bed-mounted tie- down hooks while the upscale Limited adds full-aluminum doors, a sleek molded roof, Elka Stage 5 shocks, true aluminum beadlock wheels and 27-in. ITP Black Water Evolution Tires.

The Wildcat 4 models feature a stretched exoskeleton frame that’s 29 inches longer than the standard Wildcat, to comfortably accommodate the two rear bucket seats with best-in-class passen- ger ride-in comfort and leg room. All four high-back seats feature 3-point belts, with four tube-frame doors featuring integrated nets. Unlike competitive brand ma- chines, the driver and passengers are located near the Wildcats’ low center of gravity, leaving them less affected by the movements of the vehicle with greater confidence and control.

With an industry-leading 17/18 inches of front/ rear suspension travel and 13 inches of ground clearance, the Wildcat 4 models are built to handle all kinds of terrain with unmatched comfort and control. The 5-point, multi- link trailing-arm rear suspension design keeps the rear tires planted while the suspension moves through its travel for unmatched traction and control, while the... [Read More]
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