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Old 04-03-2012, 08:12 PM   #1
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HP ratings?????

why is it that i look on the hp rating charts and the ac mud pro has more hp than the ac 700h1?????



Polaris 850______69.06 hp
Can Am 800 R____67.05 hp (updated 2/13 to 70.5 hp)
AC 1000_________65.84 hp
Can Am 800______61.7 hp
Can Am 650______55.4 hp
Brute 750 Carb____50.1 hp
Brute 750 EFI_____49.8 hp
King Quad 750____49.6 hp
AC Mud Pro_______49.06 hp
King 700_________48.5 hp
Polaris 800_______48.3 hp
Brute 650 I________46.3 hp
Grizzly 700________45.6 hp
Polaris 700_______44.3 hp
AC 700 H1_______41.4 hp
AC 700__________41.4 hp
Brute 650 ________41.4 hp (solid axle)
Grizzly 660_______40.9 hp
Can Am 500______40.4 hp
AC 650 H1_______39.3 hp
Rincon 680_______38.5 hp
Grizzly 550________36.9 hp
King 450_________36.7 hp
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2010 Mileage: 460
2009 Mileage: 1448
2008 Mileage: 1436
2007 Mileage: 1200
2006 Mileage: 1000
The 2012 Horsepower ratings:

Kawasaki Brute Force 750------49.6

Can Am ATV 800----------------- 71.05

Can Am ATV 1000---------------- 84.98

Arctic Cat ATV 952--------------- 69.97

Polaris ATV 850------------------- 69.03

Suzuki ATV 750--------------------49.59

Arctic cat 700 SE-------------------41.4

Arctic cat 700 Mud Pro-------------49.06

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Arctic Cat Wildcat 1000----------- 77.48-----That is 18% more power than the original Thundercat, with the same basic engine


Polaris RZR 900XP------------------87.94

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This tells me that Arctic Cat can build more horsepower into their machines when they decide
to do it!!!!!
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Old 04-03-2012, 09:17 PM   #4
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How does the brute feel like its so much more? I rode it back to back with a 2012 xp850 and you would swear the brute had 15 more hp. Up to 40 the brute was 2' ahead, and thats all the faster we ran and we all switched up but the brute you rode a wheelie up to 30
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Maybe it is geared lower and/or weighs less, the Polaris 850
is a real porker, I think over 800 pounds.

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Yea the brute is only 640lbs maybe. Both were stock otherwise, and I wasnt far behind!
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Ya the arctic cats are heavy as hell 800 lbs dry that insane lol but I am soon ordering the new outlaw 2 tires at 29.5 tall and I am wondering how I can get the most increased throttle response and hp which is most effective
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I suggest you get the ECU from a Mud pro. or trade for a 1000 Mud pro

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I have the mp 700 ....... I didn't think the 1000 would work as an ecu because of it havin an extra cylinder
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I have the mp 700 ....... I didn't think the 1000 would work as an ecu because of it havin an extra cylinder
You already have the higher performance ecu then. The 1000 ecu definitely won't work. Some guys that don't have the 700 mud pro are using 700 mud pro ecu's to get extra power. I think he meant trade up to a 1000.
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