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Just bought my son and I a used 2018 Stampede....
Drove it for 2 days everything seemed great. But then today, we had it sitting outside got back in to take off and it would only do like 5 mph with the gas to the floor ... WTH? Have it in high gear... I'm far from a mechanic but have no clue. Literally 30 minutes before hand we were doing 40mph.
I did notice the engine light on but only had 2 bars ... he usually drives so I dont know if that is always on or not. I looked at the owners manual and it stated that the bars and backlight flash when overheated ...
I have no clue. Need help... son is worried he did something to it...
Please advise... thank u
REBATE AND RIDE SALES EVENT
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TEXTRON ACQUIRES ARCTIC CAT, REBRANDS BAD BOY OFF-ROAD
These are exciting times in the powersports industry, coming off Polaris’ acquisition of off-road–accessories giant 4 Wheel Parts, commercial utility vehicle company Textron has announced its acquisition of Minnesota-based recreational vehicle manufacturer Arctic Cat. While you may not be familiar with the Textron name itself, you’ll instantly recognize many of the names under the Textron umbrella, including E-Z-GO golf carts, Dixie Chopper and Jacobsen lawn mowers, Cushman utility vehicles, TUG aircraft tow tractors, Bell Helicopters, Cessna, and Beechcraft aircraft.
In addition to the Arctic Cat acquisition, going forward, Bad Boy Off-Road, which Textron acquired in 2010, will be rebranded Textron Off-Road. Bad Boy gained recognition for its hybrid and electric side-by-side models, which became popular with hunters for their silent operation. The rebranded Textron Off-Road models will begin arriving in dealerships in April.
Textron’s corporate headquarters are in Providence, Rhode Island. Textron Specialized Vehicles, the unit that will assume responsibility for Arctic Cat, is based in Augusta, Georgia. Arctic Cat’s manufacturing operations in Minnesota will remain intact. With the acquisition of Arctic Cat, Textron will have expansive coverage of the side-by-side and light utility vehicle market in both the commercial and consumer spaces.