2014 Arctic cat M9000

What was your intended objective when you started the build?

My biggest objective when I started my build was to stop blowing belts so I started doing my research and that’s where my build started.

What motivated you to start your project?

I have always wanted to try a 4 stroke and everyone always hated on them. I totaled the first one I purchased in December and ended up being able to purchase an identical sled to the one I had. Now it’s and inside joke between my friends and I hence the Name BigCat 2.0 and I even had a sticker created for my sled and from there I’ve had the vision to build this sled to the best of my ability.

What was the most unique and creative thing you did to the sled?

One of the most unique things I did to my sled was created a bracket that mounts to the motor mount, the tunnel and sleds structural post in order to hold the secondary clutch from moving from the motor being under load.

What are you most proud of?

I am most proud of how amazing this sled looks and how it handles. I’m also very proud and thankful to my friends and dad that have helped work on the sled with me to create the beast we know as BigCat 2.0

What do other people say about your sled?

They are always so interested what is done to the sled and how I like my fully vented hood and side panels. They love the look and functionality of the hood and side panels.


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