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and firsts, that make it a prime contender for best sport ROV on the market. The Look With an aggressive looking style and bodywork, the new Wildcat offers up a sleek and exotic demeanor, mostly cour- tesy of its “exoskeleton” chassis design, that gives the Wildcat 1000i its racy look and feel. Available in either metal flake green or ballistic black, the Wildcat is ready for business from the get-to. The Suspension The dual A-arm suspension on the Cat is very good and has Walker Evans racing shocks with 17 inches of travel up front. Note how the rider and machine remain straight and level, even with the radically different wheel alignments in this corner shot. Clean lines, racy and sleek, the new Wildcat 1000 looks fast sitting still. DIRT ILLustrated \\\\\\ Vol. 1 + Issue 2 + Page 82 Basically, the all new rear suspension system on the Wild- cat uses a five-point multi-link trailing arm, equipped with Walker Evans racing shocks, with large piggyback oil reser- voirs, and a whopping 18 inches of travel on the back end. The shocks use dual rate springs, are preload adjustable, and have 17 compression settings. Up front, the newest Cat has 17 inches of travel, courtesy of a conventional double-A-arm arrangement, with dual-rate, Walker Evans shocks, and sim- ilar preload and compression adjustments as on the back end of the machine.