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8 Pix (and Spec's) of the 2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro Race Sled


(10/24/2011)

Images at the top, specifications at the bottom.

(If you scroll fast enough, it almost appears as if the sled is rotating...LOL.)

Enjoy.

 

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

2012 Arctic Cat Sno Pro 600 race sled

SNO PRO 600 (SNOCROSS)

ENGINE TYPE, DISPLACEMENT (cc): 2-stroke, 599
ENGINE COOLING, CYLINDERS: Liquid, twin
BORE X STROKE (mm): 73.8 x 70 mm (2.906 x 2.755 in.)
CHAINCASE LUBRICANT LEVEL: 355 ml (12 fl.Oz.)
GASOLINE: Required 92 Octane (min.) Non-Oxygenated
LUBRICATION: Premix (32:1 Ratio) Arctic Cat Synthetic APV 2-Cycle Oil
COOLING SYSTEM CAPACITY: 4.71 l (5 U.S.qt.)
STARTING SYSTEM: Manual Recoil
CARBURETION: Mikuni TM40 mm rack w/TPS
EXHAUST: APV with tuned ceramic - coated pipe, pipe sensor and canister
DRIVE: Arctic (rpm sensing)
DRIVEN CLUTCH: Team driven
SKI STANCE (in.): 106-109 cm (41.9-42.9 in.)
SKI MATERIAL: UHMW C & A Pro XT
FRONT SUSPENSION: ARS with Fox Float X Evol shocks and sway bar
FRONT TRAVEL (in.): 10
REAR SUSPENSION: Slide-action frame with 7-position coupling, FOX ZERO X Piggyback front and rear shocks with adjustable dampening
REAR TRAVEL (in.): 13.5
TRACK WIDTH X LENGTH X LUG (in.): 15 x 128 x 1.7 Camoplast
BRAKES: Hydraulic disc
GAS TANK CAPACITY (Actual): 19 l (5 U.S. gal.)
GAS TANK CAPACITY (Rated): 17 l (4.5 U.S. gal.)
LENGTH x WIDTH (in.): 120 x 49.5-50.5
HEADLIGHT: Dual halogen (2-bulb)
DRY WEIGHT (approx): tbd
STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Handwarmer, thumbwarmer, low-height windshield, check engine temp light, tether switch, V-Force reeds, adjustable timing-select module, sway bar, ACT Hot start system
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT: VIP Data Acquisition System, digital/analog tachometer, digital/analog speedometer, dual trip meter, mid-height windshield, 12 gallon gas tank
AVAILABLE COLORS: Green/White


SNO PRO 600 (Cross Country)

ENGINE TYPE, DISPLACEMENT (cc): 2-stroke, 599
ENGINE COOLING, CYLINDERS: Liquid, twin
BORE X STROKE (mm): 73.8 x 70 mm (2.906 x 2.755 in.)
CHAINCASE LUBRICANT LEVEL: 355 ml (12 fl.Oz.)
GASOLINE: Required 92 Octane (min.) Non-Oxygenated
LUBRICATION: Premix (32:1 Ratio) Arctic Cat Synthetic APV 2-Cycle Oil
COOLING SYSTEM CAPACITY: 4.71 l (5 U.S.qt.)
STARTING SYSTEM: Manual Recoil
CARBURETION: Mikuni TM40 mm rack w/TPS
EXHAUST: APV with tuned ceramic - coated pipe, pipe sensor and canister
DRIVE: Arctic (rpm sensing)
DRIVEN CLUTCH: Team driven
SKI STANCE (in.): 106-109 cm (41.9-42.9 in.)
SKI MATERIAL: UHMW Arctic Cat ski
FRONT SUSPENSION: ARS with Fox Float X Evol shocks and sway bar
FRONT TRAVEL (in.): 10
REAR SUSPENSION: Slide-action frame with 7-position coupling, FOX ZERO X Piggyback front and rear shocks with adjustable dampening
REAR TRAVEL (in.): 13.5
TRACK WIDTH X LENGTH X LUG (in.): 15 x 128.5 x 1.25 Cobra 2 ply
BRAKES: Hydraulic disc
GAS TANK CAPACITY (Actual): 45 l (12 U.S. gal.)
GAS TANK CAPACITY (Rated): 41 l (10.8 U.S. gal.)
LENGTH x WIDTH (in.): 118 x 47.5-48.5
HEADLIGHT: Dual halogen (2-bulb)
DRY WEIGHT (approx): tbd
STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Handwarmer, thumbwarmer, mid-height windshield, digital/analog tachometer, digital/analog speedometer, dual stage trip meter, tether switch, V-Force reeds, adjustable timing-select module, sway bar, ACT Hot start system
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT: VIP Data Acquisition System
AVAILABLE COLORS: Green/White



Comments (31):

Shawn Hopkins says:
10/24/2011 8:25:00 PM

I cant wait to go pick up Megan's new one on Nov. 4th.........Great images you got here,
Blake Tiedeman says:
10/25/2011 11:39:00 AM

curious to why the cross country version is shorter then the snocross version?
Hal Armstrong says:
10/25/2011 11:39:00 AM

Looking back over the years it seems the first year race sled from any of the manf. always has mechanical issues that rear their ugly head after the first couple of races. It could be suspension, chassis or drive train.
It always blows me away how these issues are not picked up during testing, but once a sled hits the production floor the QA issues come to light resulting in DNF's.

Will be interesting to see what transpires with this sled. Doo and Polaris are running the same chassis for the most part this year. The Doo sled has some new front suspension parts and engine updates. I am thinking they will have the early advantage at teh start of the season.
jimu@sledracer.com says:
10/25/2011 1:02:00 PM

I'm guessing the vehicle length difference is because they use different skis.
John Sandberg says:
10/25/2011 2:23:00 PM

What Hal says has a bit of truth, but it's not universal. I remember vividly the original ZR kicking serious butt at Duluth in SX, then at Pine Lake in XC, in its maiden year.

The first Firecat racer, the '02 Sno Pro, definitely had gremlins. But Tucker also took both Pro Championship titles that year, along with Matt Judnick winning Semi Pro championship, Amanda Johnson winning Pro Women and Kirk winning Pro Vet championship.

Initially the 2008 Sno Pro racer had some spindle issues, but was a winner out of the box and stout its maiden year.

The beauty of racing the ProCross chassis is that racing invariably uncovers gremlins (if they exist) and ideas for improvement faster than they would have occurred otherwise.

No internal testing program is robust/complete enough to uncover every problem. Not for sleds, ATVs, automobiles, space shuttles, food, etc...
Rubrsidedown says:
10/25/2011 5:47:00 PM

MAN I want a Cross Country really really bad.
Insert drooling fool avitar here.......
Greg Hallstrom says:
10/25/2011 6:29:00 PM

Awesome machine! Should do well in both snocross and cross country this winter.
Mike F says:
10/25/2011 6:38:00 PM

Can't wait for Grafton!
flintstone says:
10/25/2011 8:19:00 PM

Is Tucker going to wait for # 68 to roll off the line? Seems like cat is getting a late start to build these this year or did they already make them?

I see Tucker has a lot of powder coating to do if he wants this one to be all black!lol
Randy Moritz says:
10/25/2011 8:47:00 PM

Length - The XC has both a different ski and snowflap
Randy Moritz says:
10/25/2011 8:55:00 PM

I've seen the two colored sides used on race cars. Any idea who drives race cars and where the color scheme may have come from? da
Cat House says:
10/25/2011 11:23:00 PM

What's also sweet is that after talking with the engineer at Hay Days that worked on this race sled - he said the race sled and consumer sleds will now be aligned once again in terms of platform. That's how it used to be if you remember but apparently they got away from that as they had to different teams working separately on the sleds. I told him yah, we all begged for the SP chassis and all we kept getting was the Twin Spar year after year(aside from getting the sp500 finally). Ultimately, I think it probably hurt sales for AC by not having a similar platform as the race sled available to consumers. However, I was told first hand there is no plan to go back to having separate platforms. Obviously, we know the race sled is somewhat different because duh its a race sled. But it will be nice to see Tucker win and know that you can go to your dealer and buy that sled platform.
Alex Bougie says:
10/26/2011 6:30:00 AM

For those of you who are wondering, tucker is already putting graphics on his sleds. he has a picture of the waste paper on his facebook page.
Todd Ulschmid says:
10/26/2011 6:44:00 AM

I'm betting on a very successful year for Team Arctic. They've been proving this chassis to be the best all around chassis for the past four seasons. This new Sno Pro is the finished product of all the past R&D work. I doubt there will be any "major" issues. The TCL will definitely be an advantage over the competition...
Dulpher says:
10/26/2011 7:25:00 AM

@Alex...you sure thats Tuckers sleds or his race trailer?
Dalton says:
10/27/2011 9:47:00 PM

i will have this sled next year i love it....arctic cat till i die!!!
Alex says:
10/28/2011 9:00:00 PM

@DULPHER yeah i just looked again today and it could possibly be the trailer. I think if the sleds weren't done they wouldnt be worrying about the trailer tho.
phillip says:
11/1/2011 2:49:00 PM

Can you trail ride these sleds with out have to do a lot of work to them?? I want race the new 600 and also trail ride it can ya do that??
JZ440 says:
11/11/2011 3:13:00 PM

I hope that they will release 600cc 2-stroke consumer sled with exactly same suspension and shocks in 2013. Cat has abandoned the true ditch banging cross country sled segment. Check out the Lynx RE 600 E-TEC and make this kind of sleds. I know AC knows how to do it but their idea of being fastest on lakes dont appeal all riders especially here in Finland.
Shahd says:
11/7/2013 7:56:00 PM

yamaha parts cost alot and you need sliders all the time oil cehgnas are costly and the sleds are heavy. also need to change products are getting old.
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Dinesh says:
10/9/2015 3:20:00 AM

HiI guess during races when pansisg through or leaving a checkpoint after a race, they only use one hook and rely on the team to not move until the ready command - is that right? Does that mean the dogs learn the difference or they are just more worn out - or does the young team musher use more hooks during race time?
Dinesh says:
10/9/2015 3:20:00 AM

HiI guess during races when pansisg through or leaving a checkpoint after a race, they only use one hook and rely on the team to not move until the ready command - is that right? Does that mean the dogs learn the difference or they are just more worn out - or does the young team musher use more hooks during race time?
Dinesh says:
10/9/2015 3:20:00 AM

HiI guess during races when pansisg through or leaving a checkpoint after a race, they only use one hook and rely on the team to not move until the ready command - is that right? Does that mean the dogs learn the difference or they are just more worn out - or does the young team musher use more hooks during race time?
Marlos says:
10/11/2015 5:59:00 AM

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Sebastian says:
10/13/2015 1:51:00 AM

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