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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-05-2018, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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wow! a cab with roll down windows... fancy! not sure about that shifter but i would like to check this one out. i like that is is supposed to be very quiet too.
this is the first i have heard of this new model.

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Ya, I like it too! With all the hype over the Havoc, and people wait months to get one, you would think they would put a push on this. It is sharp!

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They are keeping this quiet! Any ideas on the drivetrain?

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812cc suggests it's the Chery motor found in John Deere gators. That's a guess or speculation. Why not a in house motor built in the USA. The DOHC triple is also found in some buggies and seems to have a pretty good rep.

It also appears that this prowler is built on the same platform as the CAT utv. CAT as in Catepilllar, the yellow heavy equipment people.
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Why not a in house motor built in the USA.
Agreed. I just talked to a dealer, he said the platform is in production and will be available soon. Sounds like they are building inventory so there isn't a long list of orders to fill. A lot of Havoc owners are quite angry over the wait time to get them and the accessories they ordered. This will interesting!

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I think it's a good looking UTV and designed for the work/utility/get stuff done crowd. I view it as the replacement for the HDX, with more power and it appears beefier.

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So, it seems that this was on Arctic Cats drawing board before the buy out, according to a dealer I just talked to. He believes it may have a 75 amp alternator on it, RD! He's checking on the engine-drivetrain stuff for us.
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The 75 amp alt is mentioned in the specs and designed for a second battery.


This should give them a in with the first responder/ fire fighter/ police buyers. Can run the lights radios etc.

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The 75 amp alt is mentioned in the specs and designed for a second battery.


This should give them a in with the first responder/ fire fighter/ police buyers. Can run the lights radios etc.
if it's a 75 amp then could probably be upgraded to larger as the units aren't that much different in size , then you could really ad "stuff" lol

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