In all, there are Bearcat models purpose-built for heavy-duty utility applications.
The Bearcat WideTrack Turbo is the top-of-the-line workhorse. It’s powered by a 115 hp turbocharged C Tech 4 engine that displaces 660cc. Power is transferred to a 20- by 156- by 1.25-inch track for trailbreaking flotation. The same long, wide skid is available with an articulating or straight-rail rear suspension.
The Bearcat WideTrack, which has the naturally aspirated C Tech 4 engine, has a straight-rail FasTrack Long Travel rear suspension. It’s wrapped by a 20- by 156- by 1-inch track.
The Bearcat 570 is powered by the 570 Gen II fan-cooled engine with dual 34mm Mikuni carburetors.
All of the Bearcat utility models feature a removable passenger seat for more storage capacity than the standard rack permits. Accessory attachments are a snap to install with the Speedrack system, and all Bearcats are in an attractive blue color for 2007.
Front Suspension: AWS V; Shocks/Travel: Ryde FX/ 6 inches; Rear Suspension: FasTrack Long Travel or FasTrack Articulated Long Travel; Shocks/Travel: N/A/8.5 inches; Features: The Bearcat WideTrack (WT) Turbo is available with an articulating suspension for Canadian customers. The Bearcat WT Turbos come with a taller lug track to better match the increased power output.
C Tech 4 Turbo:
The turbo version of the 660 four-stroke triple produces a claimed 110 hp.
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First you say that the Bearcat WT Turbo is powered with 115 HP. Then at the end of your notes you say the Turbo 660 produces 110 hp. Which is it?