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Mountain Cat was a secondary designation for the longer tracked sled's of each model in the late 80's, and the 90's.
The standard version's used 121" tracks, and the Mountain Cat's typically used a 136" track.

There were Mountain Cat version's of many different model's, such as the Prowler, WildCat, ThunderCat, and several other's.

Nowadays the M series sled's take that designation as dedicated Mountain sled's.

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Festus33 said:
Mountain Cat was a secondary designation for the longer tracked sled's of each model in the late 80's, and the 90's.
The standard version's used 121" tracks, and the Mountain Cat's typically used a 136" track.

There were Mountain Cat version's of many different model's, such as the Prowler, WildCat, ThunderCat, and several other's.

Nowadays the M series sled's take that designation as dedicated Mountain sled's.

Rick
so is there a difference between the mountain cats 650 and the wildcat 650 motors
 

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i have a 92 wildcat 700 and under the hood it says wildcat/mountail cat. I don't think there is a difference in the motor, just the track.
 

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Motor's are the same.
There might be some dfference's in clutching and gearing.

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