Arctic Cat F120
Safety Paramount with Catís Beginner Sled
Story by Snowmobile.com Staff, Oct 11, 2007
Arctic Cat tries to cater to the young rider with its F120, a beginnerís 119cc, 4-stroke sled that comes in pink or classic Arctic Cat green.
Safety is on the minds of the parents of the beginner and Arctic Cat helps ease their minds with speed-governed engine to help keep the rider in control. The sled also comes equipped with a starter safety switch, safety cord and a flag to help keep track of the young rider.
The front suspension is provided by AWS double-wishbone A-arms with hydraulic shocks that provide three inches of travel. In the rear is a slide-rail suspension that allows for more control and 4.5 inches of travel.
The track is 10 inches wide and 68 inches long with a lug height of .5 inches.
The plastic skis have a stance of 32 inches and optional ski carbides are available at an additional cost.
The fuel tank is rather small, holding just half a gallon, but a mechanical gas gauge comes standard.
Engine: 110cc, four-stroke, air cooled (Suzuki)
Bore/Stroke (mm): 60/42
Lubrication: Oil sump
Drive Clutch: Centrifugal
Front Chassis: Steel
Rear Chassis: Aluminum
Ski Stance (in.): 32
Ski Material: Plastic
Ski Carbides: Optional
Front Suspension: AWS double-wishbone A-arms with hydraulic shocks
Front Travel (in.): 3
Rear Suspension: Slide rail, torsion spring
Rear Travel (in.): 4.5
Track: Rubber/fiber reinforced
Track width/length/lug (in.): 10/68/.5
Brakes: Adjustable band
Fuel Capacity (gal.): 0.5
Length/Width (in.): 36/74
Headlight: Incandescent (1 bulb)
Standard: Mechanical gas gauge, tether switch
Color Options: Green or pink