Professional stadium super truck and Arctic Cat driver Sheldon Creed showed how
well the RG Pro suspension handles corners at the 2016 Sand Sports Super Show.
The front dual A-arms have stronger mounting points, the tie-rods are stronger
and there are strengthening braces in the frame to help this machine steer and
You can now remove the CVT cover on this machine without having to remove the
shock, which makes getting to the belt far easier.
The $19,499 Arctic Cat Wildcat X Limited
has a stronger roll cage with a roof.
There are V-bars in the front and rear
of the cage, and the roof bars are now
at the edges of the cage with one cen-ter-mounted bar.
Fifteen-inch KMC wheels with 27-inch
ITP Ultracross tires come stock on the
Arctic Cat wrapped ITP Ultra-Cross
six-ply tires on the X, and they are
some of the best tires on the market.
The Wildcat X Limited gained color-matched aluminum front and rear
bumpers, as well as a much stronger
roll cage that Gordon helped design.
There are V-bars built into the roll
cage in the front and rear, and the
top bars were moved further outward
for more strength. One center roof bar
was added. A roof comes standard on
the LTD model, as well as full-aluminum doors.
The Arctic Cat Wildcat X line
features the $18,499 Wildcat X, the
$20,499 Wildcat 4X four-seater and
the $19,499 Wildcat X Limited. The
new RG Pro suspension system is
impressive and will handle much
better than previous years, and the
Wildcat already has one of the best
systems on a UTV. You will be able to
purchase bolt-on RG Pro kits for older
Wildcat 1000s. Go to www.arcticcat
.com to learn more about their lineup. ❏