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 New 50" article cat 
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http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20130226006560/en

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I wonder what size engine it will have?

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Hopefully the 951cc that's in the regular wildcats. Then maybe popo would follow in thier steps.


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The article say something about a new engine

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Its going to be a new 700cc engine


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On March 22nd, I delivered a stack of (3) 6x12 utility trailers to Ride Center USA in Bonnyman (Hazard) KY. They had one of these on the floor......me likey, and me thinks me & #1 daughter could have a great time with one of these.

http://www.arcticcat.com/sidexside/category/sporttrail/

Is there any feedback or additional comments regarding these units????

Did I mention me likey????

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I got in one at mms, little tight for me personally although it would fit in toy hauler. Would have to do seat modifications for me to ride comfortably. There is not a pro armour door for them yet either, nor is there a bar for harness. With all that aside the interior room is what got me, I just couldn't do a long day in one being that cramped on the knees.

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MLS in Georgetown is pumping them out the doors pretty quick...

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arcitc cat drew wrote:
MLS in Georgetown is pumping them out the doors pretty quick...



Yeah I meant MLS just fat fingered it on the phone earlier

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rnkburg wrote:
I got in one at mms, little tight for me personally although it would fit in toy hauler. Would have to do seat modifications for me to ride comfortably

I was too skeeered to sit in the one in Bonnyman. You think a guy of my stature & Lexi could ride comfortably Rob ???

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I got in a RZR 800 the other day and there was no way that was happening. Maybe they have adjustable seats and they just werent all the way back?

I really like the looks (and horsepower!) of the Wildcat Trail. Im anxious to see a few people running them and hear how they do. Although Im sure if Rob cant fit in it, I cant either. lol

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My legs were what killed me in it. Plus it was a little awkward to get in and out of. Greg, you would probably do better as you are a little shorter than me and I think that you and Lexi would do just fine, but Eric you are going to run into the same problem as me, its awkward for my size and once in your knees feel like they are in your chin. If the unit had a roof it would be even hard to get in and out of, and if i get a sxs a roof is going to be a necessity. I believe that if you could modify the seat position and push it back a couple of inches it would be better. There is also a bar on the front side of the door that makes it hard to get your foot in and out.

I have been in many rzr's and i do ok in them. Heck I rode with Brad in his at Black mountain and we had plenty of room, of course he had cut a portion of the dash out, and had longhorn special wide doors on there to give us more room. I have ridden in Alan's 900 a few times as well with no issues, he has the regular pro armour doors.

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rode this past saturday night with WRATVC at coal creek, a gentleman we rode with has a 50" wildcat as we topped trail 22 he caught on fire from the looks of things look to be the heat shield for the exhuast backs up against the plastic wall that separates the driver from the engine, this caused to plastic to melt away.

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