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Hi everyone! We are Polaris RZR riders from Wisconsin and I just found the site. Been waiting for the day Cat came out with a competitive SxS to run with the Polaris RZR. If it's in my price range I'd guess I will be jumping ship some day. Will be doing some forum reading tonight! We currently run M8's and crossfire 8's so I'd hope to be in this bad boy soon!
 

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whats the width of the new wildcat is it 50 or less so its trail ready like the rzr i can't find width anywhere
 

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welcome to the site, 64" wide and we don't know how long yet....I'll be buying another trailer when I get my Wildcat
 

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Heading up to Dunbar, the only place I know of in Wisconsin where sxs are welcome on snowmobile trails. Are there others?
 

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All of Burnett County snowmobile trails are open to side by sides during snowmobile season.
 

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Welcome to the site I have not had any issues w/my X take the plunge to the cat side
 

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Dunbar report. Just under 200 miles. Groomed snowmobile trails were great, and it seems when the temperature is around 32 there is perhaps more traction than sand. An unbelievable 15 mpg with 100% 4wd . 50 mph speeds in the colder temps. made for excellent cruising. Later in the afternoon 50's made it slippery and rear end swapping with very little feeling of control. GPS speed of 68 speedo 70. Blue X 7350/7400 rpm @68 mph. Reminds me of an open class moto bike without the arm pump and no falling down.
 
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