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Part Deux: Arctic Cat's 2012 Teaser Video


(2/24/2011)

2012 Arctic Cat front suspension

This is a screen-capture from the newest Arctic Cat teaser video for their 2012 snowmobile line.

I see a one-piece spindle w/ball joints, and wide spacing between the A-arms, just like on the Sno Pro 500/600. But definitely a more sculpted spindle.

I couldn't see the dingle-arm but I think I see the turbo encabulator.



Comments (24):

CD says:
2/24/2011 5:17:00 PM

Awesome, the dingle arm opition will be a spring buy only?
Chase says:
2/24/2011 7:18:00 PM

Cant wait for the 2012s!!!!
aaron says:
2/24/2011 7:38:00 PM

who is the guy in the video? the dealership is Waconia cat. maybe they have one!
M8Stealth says:
2/24/2011 7:59:00 PM

Thought it looked like WAC. Dean, what's the scoop eh?

Moose on the run.

Sweet.
dann says:
2/24/2011 8:01:00 PM

am i dreaming?
Dulpher says:
2/24/2011 8:10:00 PM

That video was Fn awesome! I actually jumped when he was screamin at the Moose!
Todd Ulschmid says:
2/24/2011 8:54:00 PM

Cool stuff... Can't wait to see the rest of the machine... A more refined Sno Pro.... Nice!
Kristoffer says:
2/25/2011 6:30:00 AM

Haha, hilarious.
Captain says:
2/25/2011 8:04:00 AM

Oh the foreshadowing! I knew right away when he said the voice sounded familiar that the moose was going to be involved again.

I hope he is OK, maybe the MN DNR can capture this moose and study him since we seem to loose 15% of our moose population for unknown reasons each year.
Cat House says:
2/25/2011 9:03:00 AM

Love it, this is the **** they need to be doing and should have been doing earlier! It's getting exciting now!
t-dogg says:
2/26/2011 1:10:00 AM

Whoa, looking different for sure!

John, if cat doesnt give us some tech info on what those Tall spindles do for steering/handling we fully expect a piece from you on it.

No wait....scratch that, we want engineer interviews, and whatever else you can dig up on the whole package.

You are gonna be busy for a while after the 8th!
Joe Rainville says:
2/27/2011 10:27:00 AM

John,

Nice to see the Fox Float Air shocks in use. I've loved them since I uncrated my 2005 440 Sno Pro, but was kind of surprised the 08 and up 600 Sno Pro's had coil springs. Looking forward to the full unvailing:>)
Sledhead says:
3/1/2011 5:56:00 PM

Thought I would point out that Arctic Cat now has a silhouette of the new machine on there website! I'm getting the shakes.......
James says:
3/2/2011 1:29:00 PM

If you look at the silhouette closely you will notice the exhaust exiting from under the seat. Can you 4 stroke. Just a bit of more fuel on the speculation fire. Looking forward to March 8th.
Saber7 says:
3/3/2011 3:12:00 PM

Take a closer look through the video and you can see bits and pieces of the new chassis on the assembly line and so on. There's alot to these videos people aren't looking for.
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