How much horsepower does a Sno Pro 500 have?
about 85 horsepower
Since its introduction for model year 2010, the Arctic Cat Sno Pro 500 has been the definition of lightweight fun. Its engine only makes about 85 horsepower, but when placed in Cat’s race chassis, engineers make it rev high and engage hard.
What is the Arctic Cat F series?
Arctic Cat’s F-Series is in a new chassis for 2007. All the models are built on the new Twin Spar chassis and identified easily in new styling. All of the sleds use the Arctic Cat Diamond Drive to move forward, as well as backward this year thanks to a new push-button reverse system.
What is Arctic Cat LXR?
The LXR package, built for performance touring, has the same shocks and calibration in the suspensions, but adds the Infinite Rider Positioning seat, handlebar and windshield adjustment package. There is also a large trunk in the rear.
How fast is a Arctic Cat f7?
The fastest I’ve ever seen on mine is 114 mph indicated on the digital.
How much does an Arctic Cat F8 EFI Sno Pro cost?
2007 Arctic Cat F8 EFI Sno Pro Specifications Model Type Performance BASE MSRP (US) $10,299.00 Dealers Arctic Cat Dealers Warranty 12
How do I get a quote for a 2007 Arctic Cat F8?
If you would like to get a quote on a new 2007 Arctic Cat F8 EFI Sno Pro use our Build Your Own tool, or Compare this snowmobile to other Performance snowmobiles. To view more specifications, visit our Detailed Specifications.
How much does a 2007 Arctic Cat cost?
The 2007 Arctic Cat F5 retails for $7,299; the F5 LXR, $7,599; the F6, $8,599; the F6 LXR, $9,199; and the F6 Sno Pro $9,399. The F8, $9,499; the F8 LXR, $10,099; and the F8 Sno Pro $10,299 (includes the Tony Stewart graphics package option).
What is the Arctic Cat Sno Pro package?
For the extreme “hardcore” performance riders, Arctic Cat offers the legendary Sno Pro package (which feature Fox Float ski shocks, 2-in. diameter IFP rear arm shocks, more aggressive suspension calibration and taller 1.375-in. track lugs).