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EPI Severe Duty Drive Belt - 2013-17 Arctic Cat Wildcat 1000 | X | 4X

Arctic Cat Wildcat 4X EPI Drive Belt

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Item #: SBSS-91-10966
Brand: EPI Performance
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Applicability: 2013-16 Arctic Cat Wildcat 1000 / Wildcat X and 2013-17 Arctic Cat Wildcat 4 / Wildcat 4X

Dude... did you beef it up so good that now your driveline is chug-a-lugging? We feel you, and we've got you! Side By Side Stuff is all for beefing it up so you can turn it out, which is why you'll find one of the most rigid selection Arctic Cat drivetrain and steering parts on the planet right here. If it's belt variations that are holding you back, we've got just the fix. This Wildcat 1000 Severe Duty Drive Belt is what's up! Here's how they do it.

EPI clutch experts aren't messing around with this UTV drive belt engineering dynamics. They know what it takes, and they know what you need to take your ride to a new adrenaline-charged adventure... and it all boils down to response. The aftermarket drive belt is formed with durable Aramid fiber loading compound with a stitched fabric inner cog cover, complete with a "top secret" blend of adhesive and compounds that elevate this belt from run-of-the-mill to "send it." EPI designed this Wildcat X drive belt with the capacity to provide force and clutch grip regardless of the temperature while putting the pedal to the floor or while back shifting. It will last longer with more tolerance. Who's ready to add some driveline muscle—shop

  • High quality belt
  • Deep double cog style reduces clutch heat
  • Provides outstanding adhesion to the clutch surfaces and withstands extreme temperatures
  • Designed for severe duty applications such as high horsepower, high torque, and extreme riding environments

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