The power the Mudpro 1000 has is pleasantly torquey and has enough engine to get
you most anywhere you need to go quickly.
The front and rear suspension of the Arctic Cat 700 and 1000 are independent dual-A-arm-type suspension.
Both Arctic Cats come with a heavy-duty front bumper with a winch
The 4x4 system comes with a front-locking differential that is operated
through a control on the handlebars.
The 1000 shares the same frame as a
2-up ATV in their line. This means you
get a second set of footpegs to stand
on when you are deep in the mud.
The 700 and 1000 come with color-matched beadlock rims stock with
Maxxis Zilla tires.
stiff setting. To help pilot the Mudpros
through deep bogs is an electronic
power-steering system that works
well in fast and slow operation.
Maxxis Zilla tires mounted on color-matched aluminum beadlock wheels
support all four corners of the Arctic
Cats. The front tires are 28x9-14, while
the rears are 28x11-14. In sticky terrain
the highly specialized tires hook up
well, but they obviously don’t perform
as well in hardpack trails and most
Hydraulic disc brakes on the front
and rear wheels of the 700 and 1000
slow the machines down. There is
a foot-operated rear brake and a
hand lever on the left side of the
handlebars that controls the front and
rear brakes together. It would be nice