2010 Arctic Cat Super Duty
Diesel 4x4 Utility ATV Info
2010 Arctic Diesel
New 2010 Features: Super Duty Diesel Arctic
- A completely redesigned electronic 2WD/4WD/Differential
Lock switch on the right hand control
makes switching in/out of 4WD or Diff
Lock an easy, condensed process.
- Winch: 2,500 lb.winch
Arctic Cat Diesel ATV Introduction
Introduced in 2008, Arctic
Cat remains the industry leader in the diesel
ATV market for 2010. A new color and winch
lead the way for this formidable powerhouse.
The 700 twin cylinder, SOHC diesel engine,
provides 50% greater fuel mileage over a
conventional gasoline engine and provides
gobs of low-end torque. The engine runs
efficiently on six forms of diesel fuel
(DF 1,DF 2,DF A Arctic, JP 5, JP 8 and up
to B20 Bio Diesel) with a glow plug pre-heater
assist for low temperature starting.
If the term Bio Diesel has caught your
attention, Arctic Cat extensively tested
the Super Duty on the alternative fuel made
from vegetable oil or animal fat with the
Agricultural Utilization Research Institute
(AURI) and the Minnesota Soybean Growers.
Cat Diesel ATV Engine
The blend (B20) burns cleaner
than conventional diesel, producing
fewer carbon dioxide emissions and
lower levels of hydrocarbons, carbonmonoxide
and particulates. All
goals that help Arctic Cat reduce the
impact on the environment.
A brand new all-encompassed electronic
2WD/4WD/Differential Lock switch on the
right hand control makes going in/out of
4WD or Diff Lock an easier process.
The double A-arm fully independent front
and rear suspension (both with five-position
spring preload adjustment) delivers 8 inches
of travel and keeps the ride firmly planted
and comfortable. If 10 inches of ground
clearance doesn’t help you clear nearly
all trail obstacles, the winch will.
Arctic Cat Super
- 686cc, liquid-cooled, In-line win,
SOHC, 4-stroke, 2-valve with Bosch Mechanical
- Cold starting is identical to a diesel
pickup truck; the GlowPlugs on the 700
Diesel preheat the combustion chamber
to improve the burn of atomized fuel.
- The high torquemotor produces gobs
of power at lowRPMs – The engine
is most efficient under 4400 RPMand produces
peak torque around 2250 RPM.
- First scheduled engine rebuild is suggested
at 10,000 hours. For the average ATV rider,
thatwould equate to more than 100
years of riding.
Arctic Cat - Super Duty Diesel ATV Fuel
- DF 2 - Diesel Fuel
No. 2 is recommended for normal ambient
- DF 1 - Diesel Fuel
No. 1 is recommended fuel type for coldweather
operation in ambient temperatures, which
would result in DF 2 “waxing” if not used
during cold weather.No degradation in
performance or engine/component life.
- JP 5 & JP 8 - A common
turbine fuel used in all military vehicle
- DF A Arctic - Diesel
Fuel A Arctic is commonly used in areaswith
sub-zero ambient temperatures only.
- Biodiesel - Can be
considered DF 2. TheArctic Cat Diesel
700 runs on blends up to 20% or B20.
About Arctic Cat:
Arctic Cat Inc., based in Thief
River Falls, Minn., designs, engineers, manufactures
and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and snowmobiles
under the Arctic Cat® brand name, as well
as related parts, garments and accessories. Its
common stock is traded on the Nasdaq National
Market under the ticker symbol “ACAT.”
More information about Arctic Cat and its products
is available on the Internet at www.arcticcat.com