What was the fastest snowmobile in 1993?

October 6, 2019 Off By idswater

What was the fastest snowmobile in 1993?

Oddly, the Thundercat speedometer registered up to only 100 mph, so riders had to estimate their machine’s top speed. When Snow Goer tallied the survey respondents’ results, the average top speed was 118 mph, even though speed-runner Jim Dimmerman set a snowmobile speed world record of 113 mph in 1993 on a Thundercat.

What is the fastest snowmobile Arctic Cat makes?

Arctic Cat ZR 9000 Thundercat ES
2021 Arctic Cat ZR 9000 Thundercat ES • $17,695 The World’s Fastest Production Snowmobile. It’s the fastest and fiercest snowmobile on the planet, end of story. And it’s a joy to ride, too, with a low ride height, optional ATAC™ Adjustable On-the-Fly Suspension and more.

How much do ThunderCats weigh?

2021 Arctic Cat ZR 9000 Thundercat 137 ARS II w/ ATAC Specifications

Identification
Dry Weight (lbs/kg) 603 / 273.5
Fuel Capacity (gal/l) 9.9 / 37.5
Seats:
Number Of Seats 1

What was the fastest production snowmobile in 1998?

1998 Thundercats were the fastest. #2 Yamaha srx 700 triple-triple about 140hp.

What is the fastest production snowmobile for 2022?

ZR 9000 Thundercat
The ZR 9000 Thundercat is the World’s Fastest Production Snowmobile. For 2022, the King of turbocharged 4-strokes leads the high-performance speed and handling category with addition of the all-new ADAPT CVT System and Electronic Power Steering.

When did the Arctic Cat Thundercat come out?

1993
Thundercat 900 (1993-1997) The Thundercat series was introduced in 1993, as Arctic Cats entry into the Musclesled category. These sleds feature extremely powerful engines placed in chassis derived from racing models.

How much is a fountain Thundercat?

It’s been replaced by the Fountain 34 Thunder Cat that is—from workmanship to ride quality—a far more polished and impressive offering. And with a base sticker price of $307,400 with twin Mercury Racing 300R outboards, it still is on the low price side of the sport cat market.

What was the color of the 1993 Arctic Cat Thundercat?

Looking back 20 years from today, Arctic Cat must have been finalizing details of its jaw-dropping Thundercat. That pink color scheme on the 1993 Arctic Cat Thundercat drew unfavorable reviews from some owners who responded to a survey from Snow Goer magazine.

How much horsepower does a 1993 Thundercat have?

Suzuki 900cc liquid-cooled triple, 3 Mikuni VM38 carburetors, Comet drive,three tuned exhaust pipes, 162.9 horsepower on C&H Dyno, weight with3 gallons of fuel is 606 pounds. 1/8 Mi. ET In Seconds 1/4 Mi. ET In Seconds 1/8 Mi. Speed In MPH 1/4 Mi. Speed In MPH A box stock SRX will beat the 900 box stock t-cat in th 1/4 mile.

What kind of suspension did Arctic Cat have?

The rear end had the FasTrack rear suspension — first introduced on some 1992 Arctic Cat snowmobiles — with 8.5 inches of travel. Snow Goer magazine conducted an owners’ survey about the 1993 Arctic Cat Thundercat and published the results in the February 1994 issue.

When did Arctic Cat stop making snowmobiles?

Arctic Cat ceased production of the Thundercat snowmobile after the 2002 model year, but the name recently enjoyed a resurgence as part of Arctic Cat’s 2008-10 ATV lineup. Which 2013 snowmobile do you think will be a classic 20 years from now?