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The VIP For The Sno Pro

The VIP for snowmobiles is a data logging system made exclusively for Arctic Cat racing sleds.  The following models are available:

  • VIP part number 0620-371. Works on the 2011 600cc Arctic Cat Sno Pro
  • VIP part number 0620-331. Works on the 2009-2011 600cc Arctic Cat Sno Pro
  • VIP part number 0620-306. Works on the 2004-2008 440cc/600cc Arctic Cat Sno Pro

Benefits
Recorded sled data has multiple benefits, not only can it show what your sled is doing, it can tell you how your driver is performing. Verbal exchanges between the tuner and the driver are now supported and clarified with hard data.

VIP

Race-Proven
Performance

 

VIP part number 0620-371 (2011 sleds)

This model takes advantage of factory-installed rpm, track-shaft, throttle position, coolant temperature, and exhaust temperature sensors. A spare sensor line in the VIP records data from a user-defined 0 to +5V source. It is the user's responsibility to connect this line to a sensor. Data is recorded from these sensors for events lasting up to 40 minutes.  Following the event, the VIP is removed from the sled and plugged into a personal computer for data download.

  • Engine RPM at 100 samples/sec
  • Track-Shaft RPM at 100 samples/sec
  • Throttle Position at 100 samples/sec
  • Auxilliary (0 to 5 Volt user defined input) at 100 samples/sec
  • Coolant Temperature at 25 samples/sec
  • Exhaust Gas Temperature at 25 samples/sec

 

VIP part number 0620-331 (2009-2011 sleds)

This model takes advantage of factory-installed rpm, track-shaft, and exhaust temperature sensors. Data is recorded from these sensors for events lasting up to 80 minutes.  Following the event, the VIP is removed from the sled and plugged into a personal computer for data download.

  • Engine RPM at 25 samples/sec
  • Track-Shaft RPM at 25 samples/sec
  • Exhaust Gas Temperature at 10 samples/sec

VIP part number 0620-306 (2004-2008 sleds)

This VIP model takes advantage of factory-installed rpm, jack-shaft, and exhaust temperature sensors. Data is recorded from these sensors for events lasting up to 80 minutes.  Following the event, the VIP is removed from the sled and plugged into a personal computer for data download.

  • Engine RPM at 25 samples/sec
  • Jack-Shaft RPM at 25 samples/sec
  • Exhaust Gas Temperature at 10 samples/sec

Electrical Specs (all VIP models):

Power source (when mounted in the snowmobile): Snowmobile's lighting coil.
Power source (when connected to the PC): PC's USB port.
Power requirements: 185 milliwatts (+5 Volts @ 35 milliamps)

Physical Characteristics:

Weight: 2.0 oz.
Dimensions: length = 3.5 in., width = 1.5 in., height = 0.75 in.
VIP-to-snowmobile connector: Molex 334-82-0801
VIP-to-PC connector: USB type B miniature
Case material: ABS plastic.
Electromagnetic Shielding: Case interior coated with silver-coated copper paint.

 

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