A 130-hp (stock) Sno Pro might be available right now at your local dealership, tempting you to buy it and rule the trails this winter. There’s just one catch: it needs to be converted for trail use.
The news here is that Arctic Cat released a limited number of production Sno Pro 600s to select dealers. But they’re the snocross version, which means they’re VERY unfriendly for the trail without a few key modifications.
Interested in the specifications of this beast? Click HERE for a specifications pdf.
Interested in converting one for trail use? Click HERE to see a pdf that details the three different stages of trail-friendly modifications.
While dealers are free to price these limited machines at their own discretion, I’ve heard some are selling for between $9,800 – 10,200 without the trail mods.
if anyone wants a brand new large trail tank i have one for sale . as i changed mine from a black tank to a clear one .
How does the CDI re-flash differ from snoX cal? Where would I go for a clear 11 gal?
I’m out of the loop these days, but this sled still offered in a Cross Country version? If so, what are the spec differences?
Tuck: I’m pretty sure the difference is that the snocross calibration is more advanced timing…….Ryan: go to the homepage of this site, scroll down the features and look for the release on the 2010 race sleds. The info is there.