ARCTIC CAT 300 DVX 2011 - 2012
ARCTIC CAT 300 DVX (2011 - 2012) Description & History: The 2011 Arctic Cat 300 DVX is a 2WD mid-size sport quad which will go pretty much anywhere, no matter whether you have sand dunes in mind or are longing for the cool, moist forest trails. With an aggressive riding stance, the 2011 300 DVX still leaves a lot of freedom of movement to the rider, allowing good leaning in fast turns and encouraging riders to keep pushing their limits.
Operating this quad requires the minimal age of 16 and thanks to its automatic transmission, riding it is easy even for the less-experienced users. The front suspension comprises two independent A-Arms, while the rear one is a swingarm with 6.5”(16.5 cm) travel for great ground contact.
The 4-stroke 4-valve 270cc engine is liquid-cooled and also has a fan to keep temperature in control in warm racing conditions. The wheelbase is only a bit bigger than the width and this makes the 2011 Arctic Cat 300 DVX a very stable and well-balanced racing beast.
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