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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-03-2009, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
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Not sure what the h1 means after 650cc

Hello ,,,,to you on this forum and glad to join up if you all will have me .

I live in the North West part of the United states In the state of Oregon and I am a classic truck owner and now a UTV owner with very little knowledge about these work/fun machines .

I am a new owner of a 07 Prowler 650cc. I have looked everywhere and have not been able to find out what the h1 means .

Was hoping some one from this forum can let me know what is does mean.
I also look forward in learning all I can from you who are experiened with these great UTV's .

Thats enough for now as I don't want to wear out any welcomes by such a long post .. Gopapa

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I seem to not be getting any info on my h1 question so I will ask this as I have been researching my question a little further.

I find that the very 1st engine that Artic Cat has built for them selves was in 2007 and it is in fact the engine that is in my Artic Cat. the 650cc h1

Do you suppose that beings the 650cc is a Hemi-Spherical design that this is what the H stands for?
And because Artic Cat got rid of two other engines in the 600cc class and just kepted one which they built ,,the 650cc ,,that they started building them selves and it is called the H1 ?

Any one think this could be the answer to my initial question I posted ?

H1 = Hemi-Spherical design + the first 1 of it's knid = H1
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I seem to not be getting any info on my h1 question so I will ask this as I have been researching my question a little further.

I find that the very 1st engine that Artic Cat has built for them selves was in 2007 and it is in fact the engine that is in my Artic Cat. the 650cc h1

Do you suppose that beings the 650cc is a Hemi-Spherical design that this is what the H stands for?
And because Artic Cat got rid of two other engines in the 600cc class and just kepted one which they built ,,the 650cc ,,that they started building them selves and it is called the H1 ?

Any one think this could be the answer to my initial question I posted ?

H1 = Hemi-Spherical design + the first 1 of it's knid = H1
I would agree on the Hemi design.
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I would agree on the Hemi design.
I agree on the agreement.
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Welcome to the site,
Your research paid off well, The H1 was the first motor of it's kind and now the have the H2 twin. What part of OR?



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Well thank you ,,and wouldn't you know it I have another question ..LOL

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Welcome to the site,
Your research paid off well, The H1 was the first motor of it's kind and now the have the H2 twin. What part of OR?

I read somewhere that if you are pulling a real heavy load to not push the gas peddle down hard to gain power ,,the literature on this said to not do so, will let the transmission work better by oil pressure not building up.
I should of saved this advice ,,but didn't and now I cannot find it ..

Not real worried about it as I most likely will not be pulling that much of a load being on pretty level ground at my acreage I live on .. Just thought you might of read something on this and can elaborate some ..

Great site by the way and easy to understand .. gopapa

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That's what I have been doing wrong.Pushing on the gas to hard.



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