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29 June 2014

Arctic Cat History, Arctic Cat Bikes and Arctic Cat bike battery replacement service

Head-quartered in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, USA, Arctic Cat was formed in the year 1960 by Edger Hetteen who happens to be the pioneer of snowmobiles. Just like his previous firm Polaris Industries, Arctic Cat also became a major producer of water-crafts, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles. Arctic Cat started its journey under the name Polar Manufacturing which was later changed to Arctic Enterprises. The company came up with its first snowmobile in 1960 and introduced the Boss Cat Line later in 1970. The Boss Cat line got huge response from the customers and still believed to be one of the most desired classic bikes that was ever made.
Side-by-sides are some of the amazing Arctic Cat bikes that have seen huge response in the market. Although they are similar to the All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV), the only difference is that the riders can sit side by side in this particular bike. Arctic Cat has earned reputation for the stylish designs of its vehicles that comes with the latest technologies which will provide breathtaking experience to the rider(s). The Arctic Cat 1000i GT is one of the recent bikes of the company that came to the market in 2012 and haven’t disappointed the Arctic Cat fans. It has a fuel-injected 951cc V-Twin engine. Its’ hemispherical-shaped heads that comes with an overhead cam ensures that the rider is getting overwhelming power. The engine displacement is 951 cc with 5.7 gallon fuel capacity and EFI fuel system. The cooling system includes liquid-cooled with fan. It has automatic CVT transmission with EBS, Reverse and Hi/Lo Range. There are hydraulic brakes in both front and rear brakes. This bike has Double A-Arm, 10 in / 25.4 cm travel for both front and rear suspension.

The 1971 Arctic Cat Climber is known to be one of the highly sought classic motor cycles that came to the market. It uses a Tecumseh 172cc Air-cooled, 4 Cycle, 4 Horse Power engine. The transmission involves variable ratio torque converter. The tires are 14 x 6″ Motocross knobby tread with 6″ Cast aluminum-made split rim. 1971 Arctic Cat Climber has brakes that are adjustable internal expanding type. The lighting includes tail light, headlight, side reflectors and brake light. If you don’t want to get stranded on the road all of a sudden and want your Arctic Cat bike to perform at its best, make sure that your Arctic Cat bike battery is maintained properly.

If you are located in Sydney and looking for a professional service provider who can check your Arctic Cat bike battery to make sure if it is up to the mark, simply call to 1300 468 931. They have some of the finest technicians of the city who will be at your service within a very short period of time. If you need an Arctic Cat bike battery replaced, dial 1300 468 931 and get a quote for that. Here, you will get all sorts of services for a very competitive price. Always remember, the battery is a very important component of your vehicle just like any other accessories. So when it comes to replacing one, it should be done be a highly skilled, professional mechanic. No matter what time of the day you are in need of help, you will always find someone ready to answer your call at 1300 468 931.


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