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Has anyone seen this yet

I might have to sell my joyner for one of these

‎30 inch long shocks, 16-17 inch wheel travel stock. 1000cc 95+ hp engine. Trailing arm suspension. Built to out do the RZR XP directly.... And MSRP target is less than an XP. Will be released as a 2012 model late this summer.

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That's a sick machine...RZR competition.

Added your video, edited title, and moved to UTV General Discussions.

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That's a sick machine...RZR competition.

Added your video, edited title, and moved to UTV General Discussions.

Thanks

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And here's the predecessor to the Wildcat.....

Getting ready for the Vegas To Reno Race in August...

Class 19, 17 inches rear and 16 inches front travel with King Remote Res Shocks, 100hp, Summers Bros 300M Axles, 28 inch ITP BajaCross Tires, 226ft of 1.75X.095 Chromemoly.

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I saw the video a while back and they look pretty good to me. I still like the Joyner concept of a car engine over a Motorcycle engine, but you can just tell this Cat is going to be a top predator.

I know an Arctic Cat dealer you can trust, Arctic Cat of DFW. Their new website is http://dfwarcticcat.com/ & this is a division of some business you might of heard about before called No Limits Powersports.

Cheers Mike.

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