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2019 Arctic Cat ZR Technology Explained


(3/22/2018)

Hear and see Arctic Cat engineers Brian Dick and Troy Halvorson talk about the technology inherent in the 2019 line of Arctic Cat ZR models.



Comments (3):

Ken says:
3/23/2018 7:23:00 AM

I love the Procross chassis! I smile the whole time I'm on it and this is on a 2014 XF 8000 137 LXR. I just ordered my new 2019 ZR 8000 Limited 137 iAct yesterday. Can't wait to get on the new one. Didn't think it could get any better but it is. Cat is definitely changing the game and I'm pumped about it!!
Derek says:
3/23/2018 12:10:00 PM

I went from the old ZR chassis to the ZR 2 and ZR 3 including all the triples to the Firecat chassis to the Twin Spar, Sno Pro and now the Procross, I find that each chassis had it's pros and cons based on what you needed it to do.

So far, IMHO the Procross chassis suits me best. Maybe AC should work on updated the body panels/hood design?
Kevin Koehler says:
3/27/2018 8:38:00 AM

Derek, as of 2018 Cat has changed/updated all hoods and side panels on there 2 strokes and 9000’s. This year the 2019 7000 and 3000 get all of the new plastic as well. Very nice looking sleds, all the side panels come on and off very easily and fit really nice.

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