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.