PROMAX INDUCTION SYSTEM KIT FOR 2012-2017 PROCLIMB/PROCROSS

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Now you can update your 2012-2017 model Arctic Cat 800 or 600 with our ProMax Intake and Headlight Delete!

8 lbs lighter than stock! Also adds 2-3 hp over stock when we tested on the dyno!

The windshield/dash is all one piece with added air intake induction for deep snow.

You get the lower intake hood plenum to replace your stock one. The new intake plenum has air intake vents on the side.

The third component is the mid intake plenum that directs the air flow from the dash down to the throttle bodies.

We then supply you with some Frogskin air intake vents that go on the hood under the upper side hood covers, and two more hidden above the shock area on each side. There are two more Frogskin vents that cover the two intake holes by the dash.

With this kit it allows the motor to get cold air from the front, sides, and up by the dash in deep snow.

A great way to drop a lot of weight, gain some power and has a cool look for your sled too!

We do offer 6" LED Lights that can be added on top of the dash too, or better yet, check out our ProVision bumpers with built in LED lights!!

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Frostbite

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Nice stuff guys! I am most impressed by the 8 lbs. of weight savings (up high on the sled) for $249.00. That alone might be enough reason to buy the kit.

What results did your field testing yield?

How many hours and how indepth of a job is it to add this kit?

Were there any snow ingestion or bogging issues encountered?
 

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Nice stuff guys! I am most impressed by the 8 lbs. of weight savings (up high on the sled) for $249.00. That alone might be enough reason to buy the kit.

What results did your field testing yield?

How many hours and how indepth of a job is it to add this kit?

Were there any snow ingestion or bogging issues encountered?
We ran these kits on our sleds all last season. 600, 800 and 950's. They really work well and you can actually feel in improvement in throttle response with them on since the motor is getting cooler air all of time. We did dyno test in on a 8000 and 950 and the promax hood always made a couple more hp over the stock hood.

They work excellent in deep snow especially since if the nose is buried, which it will still suck air from the dash.
 

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Is this what comes with the accender hood/side panel kit but without the panels and belly pan and hood pieces?
Yes it is the exact same pieces that is in the ascender hood kit.
 

Frostbite

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I am very tempted to try one of these kits and would love to save 8 pounds up high on my sled but, I don't want to ruin the look of my sled too much.

I don't imagine a stock short windshield would be able to be installed on this setup?
 

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I am very tempted to try one of these kits and would love to save 8 pounds up high on my sled but, I don't want to ruin the look of my sled too much.

I don't imagine a stock short windshield would be able to be installed on this setup?
I am wondering about this too. I want to keep my windshield on for looks. Also wondering if the setup would be strong enough not to break when the sled is rolled
 

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I am very tempted to try one of these kits and would love to save 8 pounds up high on my sled but, I don't want to ruin the look of my sled too much.

I don't imagine a stock short windshield would be able to be installed on this setup?
Basically what we did is mimic a similar look to the stock short windshield with our new windshield/dash pad. We just incorporated the windshield and dash into one.
 

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I am wondering about this too. I want to keep my windshield on for looks. Also wondering if the setup would be strong enough not to break when the sled is rolled
Our windshield/dash pod is made of the same material as the factory windshields.

I did see one of our customers attach a stock 2018 shorty windshield to windshield pod
 
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