What is Arctic Cat Crossfire?
First released as an early 2006 model, the Crossfire machines are built on the award-winning M-Series chassis. It's Arctic Cat's true hybrid machine, using the best parts from the trail and mountain segments. The result is a versatile machine for boondocking or trail riding, and the Crossfires are at home doing both. via
What was the last year of Arctic Cat Crossfire?
The Crossfire model line has been around since 2006 and has been very successful for Arctic Cat.
|2011 Arctic Cat Crossfire 8 Specs|
|Engine||Arctic/Suzuki 794cc, two-stroke, liquid-cooled, twin; 46mm throttle body, batteryless electronic fuel injection|
|Ski Stance||42.0 – 44.0 in|
|Track||15 x 141 x 1.25 Cobra|
How fast is a Crossfire 800?
Out of the box — with studs, so not quite “box stock” — it turned a peak speed of 104 mph on radar. And with some clutch work from Speedwerx it cranked all the way up to 109 mph! No doubt the free-wheeling and lightweight M chassis helped enable these impressive top-end figures. via
How much is a Arctic Cat Crossfire 1000?
|Suggested List Price||Low Retail|
How fast is a Crossfire 1000?
In the 1000 class, the Crossfire R 1000 averaged a top speed of 110.7, compared to the F1000 at 107.5 with the F7 at 105.7 mph. via
How long is a Arctic Cat Crossfire?
2006 Arctic Cat CrossFire 7 Specifications
|Width (in/mm)||46.5 / 1181.1|
What year did the Arctic Cat Crossfire come out?
The 2006 Arctic Cat Crossfire worked very well in moguls and rippled sections of the trail; it was better than our 2005 Arctic Cat F7 Firecat. The machine was predictable in how it reacted to bumps and holes, and the nose stayed pointed down the trail when jamming the throttle at the apex of a turn. via
What years did Arctic Cat Use Diamond drive?
After much R&D, Arctic in 2004 released the now famous Diamond Drive on the venerable ZR 900. To date no other company has tried to build a better mousetrap in regards to efficiency, lightweight and easy to maintain powertrain, so credit Cat with that one. via
How much oil goes in a diamond drive?
Xtreme Duty Oil Change Kits...
The BDX Oil Change Kits are engineered for the recommended annual fluid change or gear change to provide maximum performance and durability in all applications. This 3oz bottle is the correct amount for all 2004-2006 ACT Diamond Drive Non-Reverse Models. via
What Oil Can you use in Arctic Cat Diamond Drive?
Arctic Cat Synthetic ACT Gearcase Fluid Oil 09-18 ACER Reverse 15 oz - 5639-219. via
When did Arctic Cat stop using Suzuki engines?
Arctic Cat announced in June 2010 that it would stop buying snowmobile engines from Suzuki at the end of 2013 and move the manufacturing to its plant in St. Cloud. "As Arctic Cat tries to become a more innovative company, operationally they've been moving apart," said analyst Craig Kennison, of Robert W. Baird and Co. via
Who makes the engines for Arctic Cat four wheelers?
Suzuki has supplied engines for Arctic Cat since 1976. It became a major shareholder in June 1988, paying $12.8 million for a 33 percent stake in the company, then known as Arctco. via
What kind of oil goes in a diamond drive?
Lubrication Engineers 7500 oil. Best oil I have ever used. Been using in chain cases and diamond drives for years. Helps repel moisture and stays on the gears even over the summer. via
Did Honda ever make a snowmobile?
With all of the products the Honda company has made, not many realize they did make this snowmobile in 1973. At least 200 were made. via
Is Arctic Cat owned by Polaris?
Textron acquires Polaris in 1968
(Coincidentally, Textron acquired Arctic Cat in March of this year.) via
Does Kymco make Arctic Cat?
Does Kymco make Arctic Cat? Arctic Cat is no longer fractionally owned by Suzuki so you're right the 400 DVX – a rebaged Suzuki QR 400 – will no longer be built for them. … Arctic Cat has high standards for the Kymco components and vehicles they sell and Kymco is an exceptionally credibly OE themselves. via
What 2 companies make snowmobiles in the same factory?
They are: Arctic Cat – Headquartered in Thief River Falls, MN; BRP – Headquartered in Valcourt, Quebec; Polaris Industries – Headquartered in Medina, MN; and Yamaha Motor Corporation – Headquartered in Ontario, Canada. via