How much is an Arctic Cat F7?
|Suggested List Price||Average Retail|
What CC is a Arctic Cat F7?
2005 Arctic Cat F7 Firecat EFI Specifications
|Displacement (cc/ci)||698 / 42.6|
|Carburetion Type||Fuel Injected|
How much horsepower does a 2006 f7 have?
2006 Arctic Cat F7 Firecat EFI Specifications
|Horsepower (bhp/kW)||140 / 104.5|
|Valve Configuration||Reed Valve|
|Bore (mm/in)||79.7 / 3.14|
What kind of engine does an Arctic Cat F7 have?
We ended up stitching it together with black zip-ties and went from Retro Cool to Herman Munster. It was a shame for the machine’s vanity, but proof of the machine’s strongest asset: a powerful engine with tremendous pickup. The Arctic Cat F7 uses a 698cc Suzuki twin with an output of 140 hp.
How much horsepower does an Arctic cat Firecat EFI have?
Take for instance the new Arctic Cat F7 Firecat EFI, which has as much horsepower-an estimated 140-as an ’03 Chevy Cavalier, but tips the scales at only 16 percent of the Cavalier’s weight. The ’03 F7 Firecat EFI weighs 50 pounds less than last year’s model and sports an aluminum front and rear chassis.
Is the Ford F7 Firecat EFI any good in the snow?
All this means one thing: The F7 Firecat EFI is one very fast and well handling snowmobile, and that translates to fun in the snow. Almost makes you wish for snow, huh?
Do Arctic Cat F7s with the Act Diamond Drive have different powerband speeds?
We’ve heard rumors that the Arctic Cat F7s with the ACT Diamond Drive, like our model, just don’t have the same speed and acceleration throughout the powerband. Our unscientific test (lining our machine up with a chaincase-equipped F7) proved the rumors correct — but only by a sled-length.