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2019 Arctic Cat M 6000 Alpha One 154
2019 Arctic Cat M 6000 Alpha One 154

Specs

General Information

Manufacturer
Arctic Cat
Arctic Cat
Model Year
2019
2019
Model
M 6000 Alpha One 154
M 6000 Alpha One 154
Model Code
M6000ALPHAONE
M6000ALPHAONE
Color
Black
Black

Dimensions

Length
132.3 in.
132.3 in.
Height
50 in.
50 in.
Width
42.5 - 44.5 in.
42.5 - 44.5 in.
Weight
Estimated Dry - 446 lb.
Estimated Dry - 446 lb.

Engine & Drivetrain

Engine
2-stroke, liquid-cooled, 2-cylinder
2-stroke, liquid-cooled, 2-cylinder
Displacement
599 cc
599 cc
Bore x Stroke
73.8 x 70 mm
73.8 x 70 mm
Fuel System
Dual stage injection
Dual stage injection
Ignition

Digitally controlled CDI

Engine Stator Output - 270W @ 3,000 rpm

Digitally controlled CDI

Engine Stator Output - 270W @ 3,000 rpm

Lubrication
Electronic injection
Electronic injection
Clutch

Drive - TEAM Rapid Response II

Driven - TEAM Rapid Reaction BOSS

Calibration - 6,000-8,000 ft.

Drive - TEAM Rapid Response II

Driven - TEAM Rapid Reaction BOSS

Calibration - 6,000-8,000 ft.

Transmission

Gearing - 19/50

Chain Pitch - 96

Reverse - Push-button Engine

Gearing - 19/50

Chain Pitch - 96

Reverse - Push-button Engine

Exhaust
APV with tuned pipe, pipe sensor and stainless steel manifold and muffler
APV with tuned pipe, pipe sensor and stainless steel manifold and muffler
Brakes
Stealth Hydraulic Master Cylinder w/lightweight caliper
Stealth Hydraulic Master Cylinder w/lightweight caliper
Powertrain
Arctic Mountain Drive System
Arctic Mountain Drive System
Fuel Type
Minimum octane - 91
Minimum octane - 91
Fuel Capacity
11.7 gal.
11.7 gal.
Oil Capacity
3.25 qt.
3.25 qt.

Operational

Skis

ProClimb - 7 in.

Runner - Single with carbide

ProClimb - 7 in.

Runner - Single with carbide

Ski Stance
35.5 - 37.5 in. Adjustable
35.5 - 37.5 in. Adjustable
Track LxWxH

154 x 15 x 3 in.

Type - Power Claw™

Pitch - 3.5 in.

154 x 15 x 3 in.

Type - Power Claw™

Pitch - 3.5 in.

Other

Safety Features
Headlights - Dual halogen 2-bulb
Headlights - Dual halogen 2-bulb

Suspension

Shocks

Ski - Arctic Cat IFP 1.5

Front Track - Arctic Cat IFP 1.5

Rear Track - Fox Float 3 QSL

Ski - Arctic Cat IFP 1.5

Front Track - Arctic Cat IFP 1.5

Rear Track - Fox Float 3 QSL

Front Suspension

Arctic Mountain Suspension (AMS)

Travel - 7 in.

Arctic Mountain Suspension (AMS)

Travel - 7 in.

Rear Suspension

ALPHA-ONE

Travel - 15.5 in.

ALPHA-ONE

Travel - 15.5 in.

Features

Features

  • INTRODUCING THE REVOLUTIONARY ALPHA ONE SINGLE-BEAM REAR SUSPENSION: A giant leap forward in backcountry performance. Arctic Cat’s revolutionary single-beam rear suspension system allows the track to flex with the terrain and performs incredibly in deep powder. It’s also super lightweight, making it easier to handle.
  • THE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM BEAM: Hollowed box support system with magnesium attachment points resulting in minimal parts and a lighter machine.
  • SINGLE PIVOT POINT: Allows the track to bend and conform to the snow–whether you’re on a side hill or flat surface, or straight up in powder.
  • REDUCE CARRY WEIGHT: While other machines can accumulate snow equal to their rear suspension weight, the single-beam’s simple design virtually eliminates snow accumulation that would otherwise weigh you down.
  • NEXT-GEN POWER CLAW TRACK: Designed specifically for the Alpha One, this track features centered windows to align with the beam. And aggressive 3.0″ paddles with a 3.5″ pitch provide a fantastic snow-gripping power with the flexibility to maneuver almost effortlessly.
  • AWARD-WINNING ASCENDER PLATFORM WITH LIGHTWEIGHT ASCENDER BODYWORK: The 1.125-inch dropped driveshaft features an increased track-to-tunnel clearance of 3 inches allowing us to use 8-tooth drive sprockets on this model, giving you a flatter approach angle with more floatability and maneuverability. In addition, you’ll also notice a huge difference in your sled handling. This update delivers a more efficient power transfer to the snow, letting you enjoy more horsepower when climbing, carving, side hilling and boondocking.
  • 6000 2-STROKE ENGINE: This 599cc 2-stroke Dual-Stage Injection (DSI) C-TEC2™ power mill kicks out 125-class horsepower and is the product of a world-class engine assembly plant – ours. The electronic oil pump can accurately meter fuel/oil ratios not only by RPM, but also by altitude, dramatically reducing oil and fuel consumption. Whether you’re riding a ZR an M or a Crossover, the 6000 is one of the most satisfying engines ever to be cradled in the belly of a snowmobile.
  • 1.125" DROPPED DRIVESHAFT: The 1.125-inch dropped driveshaft features an increased track-to-tunnel clearance of 3 inches allowing us to use 8-tooth drive sprockets on this model, giving you a flatter approach angle with more floatability and maneuverability. In addition, you’ll also notice a huge difference in your sled handling. This update delivers a more efficient power transfer to the snow, letting you enjoy more horsepower when climbing, carving, side hilling and boondocking.
  • ARCTIC MOUNTAIN DRIVE SYSTEM: The Arctic Drive System features CVT drive and driven clutches for a combination of smooth shifting, optimal performance, maximum durability; great serviceability; and reduced weight. The drive clutch features a roller bearing on the shaft that enables an auto-adjusting belt tension design and delivers consistent performance without manual adjustments. It also features a 12.5 percent lower effective starting ratio (while maintaining the top ratio) for smoother engagement and reduced belt wear at drive-away speed, with more evenly distributed force for lower belt pressure. It’s a design that’s unique to Arctic Cat.
  • 12V OUTLET: Need to charge your phone or another electrical device? we’ve got you covered. just plug in and power up while you ride.
  • STEALTH LIGHTWEIGHT MASTER CYLINDER BRAKE SYSTEM: For 2019, the Stealth lightweight master cylinder brake system features a lever design for increased braking power with less required force compared to the previous design.
  • FRONT MOUNT HEAT EXCHANGER: All M Series models incorporate the lightweight, single, front-mounted heat exchanger. The system is nearly 4 lbs. lighter than a full-length heat exchanger and results in the least amount of snow and slush retention during riding, helping the M Series maintain their real-world weight savings advantage. All M Series snowmobiles also come standard with ice-scratchers.
  • ICE SCRATCHERS: As part of the heat exchange system, ice scratchers can save the day when there’s minimal snow but plenty of ice. In that kind of riding condition, lowering the ice scrapers kicks up ice to help prevent your engine from overheating.
  • MOUNTAIN STRAP: Want to shift your weight? This puts the extra leverage you need right in your hands.
  • PROCLIMB - 7 G2 SKIS: The 2019 ProClimb – 7 G2 Skis feature a shape that delivers improved flotation with a slightly less aggressive keel shape for easier steering and more consistent performance in varying snow conditions. Molded-in foot traction on the top of the skis adds boot traction and usability for experienced riders. The G2 skis work in concert with the AMS spindles to deliver a level of deep-snow performance and adjustability, incorporating a tapered width, from 7 inches at the tip to 6.5 inches in the middle, which works with a unique rubber dampener to keep the ski tips up and floating on top of the snow while preventing diving or knifing. A wide ski saddle accommodates a full 2 inches of lateral ski stance adjustability.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT MOUNTAIN SEAT: In the backcountry, the less weight the better. So we’ve designed this seat to be low and short. That also makes it easier to hop from one side of your sled to the other when carving through challenging terrain.
  • HAND CONTROLS: Select 2019 models feature easier-to-use handlebar-mounted controls, with improved ergonomics, that transmit information on the digital instrument gauge while riding. Toggle the display screen on the gauge with just the push of a button. Momentary-style hand- and thumb-warmer switches provide more heat level settings and also prevent unintended setting changes.
  • VERTICAL STEERING POST WITH 3.5" RISER AND MOUNTAIN HANDLEBAR: Want to counter-steer on steep hills? This 3.5″ vertical post provides a more natural handlebar turning arc when you’re riding standing up.

Features

  • INTRODUCING THE REVOLUTIONARY ALPHA ONE SINGLE-BEAM REAR SUSPENSION: A giant leap forward in backcountry performance. Arctic Cat’s revolutionary single-beam rear suspension system allows the track to flex with the terrain and performs incredibly in deep powder. It’s also super lightweight, making it easier to handle.
  • THE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM BEAM: Hollowed box support system with magnesium attachment points resulting in minimal parts and a lighter machine.
  • SINGLE PIVOT POINT: Allows the track to bend and conform to the snow–whether you’re on a side hill or flat surface, or straight up in powder.
  • REDUCE CARRY WEIGHT: While other machines can accumulate snow equal to their rear suspension weight, the single-beam’s simple design virtually eliminates snow accumulation that would otherwise weigh you down.
  • NEXT-GEN POWER CLAW TRACK: Designed specifically for the Alpha One, this track features centered windows to align with the beam. And aggressive 3.0″ paddles with a 3.5″ pitch provide a fantastic snow-gripping power with the flexibility to maneuver almost effortlessly.
  • AWARD-WINNING ASCENDER PLATFORM WITH LIGHTWEIGHT ASCENDER BODYWORK: The 1.125-inch dropped driveshaft features an increased track-to-tunnel clearance of 3 inches allowing us to use 8-tooth drive sprockets on this model, giving you a flatter approach angle with more floatability and maneuverability. In addition, you’ll also notice a huge difference in your sled handling. This update delivers a more efficient power transfer to the snow, letting you enjoy more horsepower when climbing, carving, side hilling and boondocking.
  • 6000 2-STROKE ENGINE: This 599cc 2-stroke Dual-Stage Injection (DSI) C-TEC2™ power mill kicks out 125-class horsepower and is the product of a world-class engine assembly plant – ours. The electronic oil pump can accurately meter fuel/oil ratios not only by RPM, but also by altitude, dramatically reducing oil and fuel consumption. Whether you’re riding a ZR an M or a Crossover, the 6000 is one of the most satisfying engines ever to be cradled in the belly of a snowmobile.
  • 1.125" DROPPED DRIVESHAFT: The 1.125-inch dropped driveshaft features an increased track-to-tunnel clearance of 3 inches allowing us to use 8-tooth drive sprockets on this model, giving you a flatter approach angle with more floatability and maneuverability. In addition, you’ll also notice a huge difference in your sled handling. This update delivers a more efficient power transfer to the snow, letting you enjoy more horsepower when climbing, carving, side hilling and boondocking.
  • ARCTIC MOUNTAIN DRIVE SYSTEM: The Arctic Drive System features CVT drive and driven clutches for a combination of smooth shifting, optimal performance, maximum durability; great serviceability; and reduced weight. The drive clutch features a roller bearing on the shaft that enables an auto-adjusting belt tension design and delivers consistent performance without manual adjustments. It also features a 12.5 percent lower effective starting ratio (while maintaining the top ratio) for smoother engagement and reduced belt wear at drive-away speed, with more evenly distributed force for lower belt pressure. It’s a design that’s unique to Arctic Cat.
  • 12V OUTLET: Need to charge your phone or another electrical device? we’ve got you covered. just plug in and power up while you ride.
  • STEALTH LIGHTWEIGHT MASTER CYLINDER BRAKE SYSTEM: For 2019, the Stealth lightweight master cylinder brake system features a lever design for increased braking power with less required force compared to the previous design.
  • FRONT MOUNT HEAT EXCHANGER: All M Series models incorporate the lightweight, single, front-mounted heat exchanger. The system is nearly 4 lbs. lighter than a full-length heat exchanger and results in the least amount of snow and slush retention during riding, helping the M Series maintain their real-world weight savings advantage. All M Series snowmobiles also come standard with ice-scratchers.
  • ICE SCRATCHERS: As part of the heat exchange system, ice scratchers can save the day when there’s minimal snow but plenty of ice. In that kind of riding condition, lowering the ice scrapers kicks up ice to help prevent your engine from overheating.
  • MOUNTAIN STRAP: Want to shift your weight? This puts the extra leverage you need right in your hands.
  • PROCLIMB - 7 G2 SKIS: The 2019 ProClimb – 7 G2 Skis feature a shape that delivers improved flotation with a slightly less aggressive keel shape for easier steering and more consistent performance in varying snow conditions. Molded-in foot traction on the top of the skis adds boot traction and usability for experienced riders. The G2 skis work in concert with the AMS spindles to deliver a level of deep-snow performance and adjustability, incorporating a tapered width, from 7 inches at the tip to 6.5 inches in the middle, which works with a unique rubber dampener to keep the ski tips up and floating on top of the snow while preventing diving or knifing. A wide ski saddle accommodates a full 2 inches of lateral ski stance adjustability.
  • LIGHTWEIGHT MOUNTAIN SEAT: In the backcountry, the less weight the better. So we’ve designed this seat to be low and short. That also makes it easier to hop from one side of your sled to the other when carving through challenging terrain.
  • HAND CONTROLS: Select 2019 models feature easier-to-use handlebar-mounted controls, with improved ergonomics, that transmit information on the digital instrument gauge while riding. Toggle the display screen on the gauge with just the push of a button. Momentary-style hand- and thumb-warmer switches provide more heat level settings and also prevent unintended setting changes.
  • VERTICAL STEERING POST WITH 3.5" RISER AND MOUNTAIN HANDLEBAR: Want to counter-steer on steep hills? This 3.5″ vertical post provides a more natural handlebar turning arc when you’re riding standing up.