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simply having the most exotic four wheeled flyer on the block, the new Wildcat delivers on all four counts. If you have the dinero, its got the muscle and performance to back up its new found reputation as the king of sport side by sides. Pros and Cons: Pros: • Monster power. • Agile handling. • E-Z steering • Plush long travel suspension • LED lights and creature com- forts • Durable Exoskeleton frame • Good brakes We were able to try out a set of prototype Trinity Racing pipes on our WildCat 1000 and can report they definitely help the power output. Stay tuned, as we plan a full test on a fully modified unit soon. 2012 Arctic Cat Wildcat 1000i H.O. Engine: Liquid-cooled, SOHC, 4-valve, 4-stroke V-Twin Displacement: 951cc Fuel- ing: Electronic Fuel Injec- tion Transmission: Duramatic CVT; P/R/N/L/H Cons: • Pricey (though you do get what you pay for) Drive System: Electric 2WD/4WD with diff lock. • Lack of foot bracing under hard acceleration Front: Dual A-arm, Walker Ev- ans Racing shock with remote reservoir, compression/pre- load adjustable, 17 in. travel • 3-point safety harness (this machine begs for a 5-point safety harness) Conclusion: The best Sport ROV on the market currently. Suspension: Rear: 5-link multi-link arm, Walker Evans Racing shock with remote reservoir, com- pression/preload adjustable, 18 in. travel Ground Clearance: 13 in. Front/Rear Brakes: 4-wheel hydraulic disc Front Tire: 26x9R-14 Rear Tire: 26x11R-14 Wheels: Aluminum Fuel Capacity: 8.8 gal. L x W x H: 35.8 x 21 x 8.4 in. Bed Box Capacity: 300 lb. Payload Capacity: 740 lbs. Lighting: Front White LED, high/low; Rear LED, tail/ brake Instrumentation: Digital Gauge, Analog Speedometer, Odometer,Tachometer, Trip Meter, Gear Indicator, Fuel Gauge, 4WD Indicator, Hi- Temp/Low-Batt Lights, DC Outlet Manufactured Suggested Retail Price: $16,599