The company claims consumers and dealers wanted a more aggressive version of the Arctic Cat Crossfire, so Arctic Cat engineers developed a Sno Pro suspension package calibrated especially for the hybrid snowmobile.
Starting in the front, Arctic Cat engineers shaved a little weight with the addition of Fox FLOAT ski shocks. Utilizing air inside a unique sealed inner chamber, these popular shocks eliminate coil-over springs, and the weight associated with them. Performance fading is minimized and the Fox FLOATs are easily tuned with a small air pump.
In the rear, four-way coupling blocks reduce ski-lift and excessive weight transfer. This will allow riders to dial in a Arctic Cat Crossfire Sno Pro for a variety of riding conditions, Arctic Cat said.
The Arctic Cat Crossfire Sno Pro is also fitted with a larger, 2-inch diameter Fox shock with aggressive valving.
The Arctic Cat Crossfire Sno Pro is available with two power options: the laydown 700 EFI ($9799 MSRP) and 600 EFI ($9099 MSRP) engines. Both engine packages are available in green, orange and black color options with special graphics and matching seat.