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Category: Arctic Cat

Year: 2006 Mileage: 3,500
Engine Size (cc): 700 Make: ARCTIC CAT
Transmission Type: Automatic Model: 700 EFI SE
Exterior Color: Orange Type: Utility
Drive Train: 4-Wheel Drive For Sale By: Dealer
Vehicle Title: Clear

 Bid on and own this 2006 ARCTIC CAT 700 EFI SE 4X4 WITH LOW MILES, WINCH, PUSH BUTTON 4-WHEEL DRIVE AND FULLY AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. Plastics GOOD shape with some minor blemishes and scratches from trail ridding.    Battery is weak. Seat is in good condition.  FRONT Tires are in average SHAPE rear tires show some wear.  Starts easy and runs strong.. Rear brakes do not work front brakes work but need to be bleed. Front right wheel bearing is worn out.. Needs 2 High beam bulbs and 1 low beam bulb headlights have some haze. MACHINE is in good shape but has been ridden ....Not a mint condition machine but a strong runner.  No Reserve Auction BID TO WIN!!!!!!!!!!Clear TITLE in hand!!Contact Power Sports Boyz sales associate Steve B 518-881-8202 with questions or concerns!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Arctic Cat designs its sport-utility ATVs with hunters in mind—it’s just that simple. The affinity is a natural one, because the company’s design center is located in rural northwestern Minnesota, and they often test their vehicles in the wild and scenic Beltrami Island State Forest. The team at Cat will steal the hearts of many sportsmen with the tremendous hunting capability built into its 700 EFI 4×4. Using this vehicle as a platform, I constructed a concept hunting-quad showcasing some of the best Arctic Cat iron, while also adding a handful of non-Arctic Cat hunting accessories. Under the seat
Cat’s Suzuki-built 700 single cylinder, liquid-cooled four-stroke delivers loads of smooth power for hauling gear or game. The torquey motor’s operation gives the impression that it is never being stressed too hard, meaning the Cat technicians tuned the package conservatively rather than pushing it to the limits of its performance. This should make the engine last longer. The conservative tuning is reflective of their emphasis on hunting and utility applications, compared to some other brands in this class that have a sportier bent. Fuel injection eliminates the need for a choke and lets the engine compensate for different altitudes. The engine occasionally stumbled during cold starts, but in operation the mill was absolutely bulletproof. Arctic Cat incorporates a starting clutch into its rubber-belt CVT, and the clutching is good. Earlier Cats had a problem with a ‘blown belt’ switch that gave false alarms and put the ATV into limp-home mode. That problem, thankfully, is no more. The 700 is equipped with a switch-operated four-wheel drive system that engages an electric actuator in the front housing. This system, by itself, does not provide 100% power to both front tires. To achieve true posi-traction, the bike also has a lever-operated front ‘locker.’ Like other ATVs, the four-wheel-drive does not shift on the fly, so the quad must be brought to a stop for engagement. Both the electric actuator and the mechanical locker operate predictably and reliably when ridden in the mud. Nothing beats the feeling of full power to all four wheels when the terrain turns nasty. With the front diff locked, steering effort is multiplied so this feature would only be used for extreme mud conquering. The front diff can be easily unlocked for easier steering in other trail situations. The 700 EFI has true independent suspension at all four corners. There is no sway bar. Double A-Arms transport the 25-inch tires through a luxurious 10 inches of suspension travel. I upgraded the stock suspension to an air spring package, but more about that later. The stock skins lean toward mud and utility usage rather than pure trail comfort, but are more than adequate. Cornering in tight corners could be improved somewhat. The front end dives a little too much. The front springs are adjustable, but I was not able to perfect the handling with this alone. On the trail, the 700 growls with power. This is not a big air bike, it is a mud warrior that doesn’t back down from any challenge. The gearing is notably low, giving this Cat a distinctly different personality from Yamaha’s Grizzly and Suzuki’s King Quad. Cats are well known for being dominant at mud run competitions, in part because they can be modified (or left in stock trim) to run in them so easily. The fenders are tall and wide, providing excellent protection from mud spray and allowing for an upgrade to larger tires. Twelve inches of stock ground clearance allows a rider to run right over the top of many obstacles. Arctic Cat’s patented body plastic does not require a secondary fender to be riveted or screwed on; the company simply made the basic plastic bigger and embedded a textured surface into the area of the body plastic where other manufacturers bolt on their fenders. Disk brakes put the slow-down to both the front and rear ends.
MODEL 700 EFI 4x4 SE
LENGTH 84.75 in.
HEIGHT 49.8 in.
WIDTH 47.5 in.
WEIGHT 735 lbs.
WHEELBASE 50.0 in.
ENGINE Single cylinder
BORE X STROKE 102 x 85 mm
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 6.5 gal. (24.6 l)
COOLING Liquid with Fan
TRANSMISSION Automatic CVT with engine braking system
DRIVE 2/4 WD plus Diff Lock
BRAKES Front & Rear: Hydraulic disc
TIRES Front: 25 x 8-12
Rear: 25 x 11-12
SUSPENSION Front: Double a-arm; 10 in. travel
Rear: Double a-arm; 10 in. travel
LOAD CAPACITY Front: 100 lbs.
Rear: 200 lbs.

 OPTIONAL SHIPPING!!! Local buyers are urged to come and take a look at how nice this machine really is. Out of state bidders check out my feedback and bid with confidence I can ship this machine to any of NEMFS terminals in the U.S. starting at only $269 Not a misprint Only $269 no hidden crating or delivery fees. For the NEMF terminal nearest your home you can check them out on the map Please email me with any questions or concerns. USA Terminals Only.....SHIPPING TO TERMINAL ONLY crate must be picked up from Terminal by Winning Bidder.Terms of Sale:
Payment is due IN FULL within 7 days after the close of the auction. Acceptable forms of payment will be Cash in person, Money order or Bank Check. A Non-refundable $300 deposit is due within 24 hours (or less) after the end of the auction. Pay Pal is an acceptable form of payment for deposit if balance is paid in full with pay pal buyer will be responsible for incurred fees. If paid by bank check item will not ship until check is cleared by bank. All sales are "as is" unless expressed specifically by seller. Seller makes NO warranty's with regard to items; either expressed or implied. Seller specifically disclaims any and all warranty's; either expressed or implied. The above description of the auction item is the best description known to Seller at this time. Buyer has the right, and is encouraged to inspect all items prior to bidding. Seller reserves the right to end the auction at any time and for any reason. All Sales are Final we don’t offer Returns.
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ATV Disclaimer & Safety Information Riding an ATV can be dangerous. To ensure your safety proper protective gear should always be worn. Remember to always wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Never ride on paved surfaces or public roads. Never carry passengers unless the ATV is specifically engineered to accommodate them. Riding at excessive speeds or engaging in stunt riding is extremely dangerous. Be extremely careful on difficult or unknown terrain. Never ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Many ATV’s are recommended only for highly experienced riders 16 years and older. Please make sure that you are riding an ATV that is age appropriate. Riders younger than 16 years of age should always be supervised by an adult. We recommend that all ATV riders take an approved ATV training course and read their vehicle owner's manual thoroughly. When riding your ATV always stay on established trails in approved areas. Keep your riding areas clean and respect the rights of others. Always obtain permission before riding on private lands, and obey all the laws and regulations governing your riding areas.