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Review of the Wildcat Trail 50 Inch Monster



The long rumored 50-inch Wildcat is now a reality. And I am here to tell you, what a reality it is. I didn't know what to expect when I was told that I would be reviewing the little brother to the Wildcat. I was pretty blown away with the Wildcat from a couple of years ago, and now they have had time to tweak, refine, and redefine. The development team at Arctic Cat has pushed the limits of the 50-inch platform with the all new Wildcat Trail.




The specs paint the picture for a truly great little machine. It seems as though the boys at Arctic Cat took a look at the current segment, and said, "Okay, this is good, now lets turn our amps to eleven." 50 inches wide, and 110 and a half inches long. This makes it 7.5 inches longer than it's direct competition. I will get to what this means in the bends later on. In the power to weight ratio department, the Trail is on par with the likes of a certain machine that is well out of it's class with just about 200 more cc's. I am not saying anything, that is just math. As for the all important subject of power, the manufacturer is claiming the vague 60+ horsepowers. The Trail is no slouch to say the least.

Read more here: 2014 Wildcat Trail Review
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Great review! Now I can't wait to blast some trails in one of these 50'' wide models
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Awesome write up Nick. Can't wait to test one of these monsters out!
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