Well on the road to Lil sahara to ride the wildcat can't wait!!!
I am still willing to bet the Wildcat will be a good machine. But if it doesn't turn your crank so be it.i am just a guy that knows a thing or two about clutches cant say much more than that right now. sorry.
you do not have to change the arctic cat clutch like you are thinking. what i am talking about is machining the clutch. by machining the clutch you can make the belt drop lower in the primary gaining a lower gear ratio thru the clutch. also machining the clutches and re-working them you can gain a taller gear ratio thru the clutch. i have specialized in the arctic cats for years now and know them in and out. i am headed next friday and sat to do some clutch testing on the wildcat to get my setups ready for production models.
dont worry about this machine, everyone right now is skeptical and worried about this or that, i can assure you it is a flat out monster. the machines being driven at the "test rides" that everyone is claiming lack power and are slow have been intentionally turned down. i talked to one of the cat engineers yesterday he said out of his own mouth, we got the pre-production units out there just to let people get the feel for them. they are not a direct reflection of the power its going to make come production. i know exactly what they have in the pipe line and whats finda hit the fan. i can assure you these machines are BAD!!