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AP

Dalton Industries has a new construction method for this model. No porosity and extremely strong aluminum alloy. The final machined part has maximum strength and durability to handle big horsepower. These AP models are a one piece, direct bolt in replacement helix. Use the same factory spring spacer washers as the stock helix. The latest Gen 2 version (Jan. 2013) has some new features such as a slightly different spring pocket, and will accept some aftermarket torsion bearings.

Look for the Dalton "D" logo so you know it is 100% North American made!

Arctic helixes for this model will be designated by "AP" prefix before the angle.

Example: AP 46/38 or AP 46/38 P (progressive)

Product Specifications

Product Name:

2012-2015 Procross, direct replacement.

Type:

Helixes

Model:

AP

For :

Arctic Cat

Suggested list price :

CAD $140.00 / USD $125.00

Introduced:

Apr 2015

Available Angles

These are cut similar to the factory helix, multi angles are blended and have less duration of the first angle, the second portion is more dominant and is a straight angle. (Always use complete part number when ordering) *Use APT instead of AP before the part number if you want to refer to the tubular type helix.
  • AP 38
  • AP 40
  • AP 40/34
  • AP 40/36
  • AP 40/38
  • AP 42/34
  • AP 42/36
  • AP 42/38
  • AP 42/40
  • AP 44
  • AP 44/36
  • AP 44/38
  • AP 44/40
  • AP 44/42
  • AP 45/37
  • AP 46
  • AP 46/36
  • AP 46/38
  • AP 46/40
  • AP 46/42
  • AP 46/43
  • AP 46/44
  • AP 47/43
  • AP 48/36
  • AP 48/38
  • AP 48/40
  • AP 48/42
  • AP 48/43
  • AP 49/43
  • AP 50/36
  • AP 50/38
  • AP 50/40
  • AP 50/42
  • AP 50/44
  • AP 50/46
  • AP 52/38
  • AP 52/40
  • AP 52/42
  • AP 52/44
  • AP 52/46
  • AP 54/38
  • AP 54/40
  • AP 54/44
  • AP 54/46
  • AP 56/38
(shallow angle as first part of shift pattern is non-typical )
  • AP 36/44
  • AP 36/46
  • AP 38/44
  • AP 38/46
  • AP 38/50
  • AP 40/44
  • AP 42/48


(shallow angle as first part of shift pattern is non-typical)
  • AP 36/44P
  • AP 36/46P
  • AP 36/48P
  • AP 38/46P
  • AP 40/44P
This is full progressive cut. There is no straight portion, a full progressive curve starts at one angle and finishes at the other. (always use complete part number when ordering)
  • AP 42/36 P
  • AP 44/36 P
  • AP 44/40 P
  • AP 46/36 P
  • AP 46/38 P
  • AP 46/40 P
  • AP 46/42 P
  • AP 46/44 P
  • AP 47/37 P
  • AP 47/38 P
  • AP 47/39 P
  • AP 47/40 P
  • AP 48/36 P
  • AP 48/37 P
  • AP 48/38 P
  • AP 48/39 P
  • AP 48/40 P
  • AP 48/42 P
  • AP 48/44 P
  • AP 49/44 P
  • AP 50/36 P
  • AP 50/38 P
  • AP 50/40 P
  • AP 50/42 P
  • AP 50/44 P
  • AP 50/46 P
  • AP 52/36 P
  • AP 52/38 P
  • AP 52/40 P
  • AP 52/42 P
  • AP 52/44 P
  • AP 52/46 P
  • AP 54/38 P
  • AP 54/40 P
  • AP 54/42 P
  • AP 54/44 P
  • AP 56/42 P
  • AP 58/40 P
  • AP 58/44 P
These partial progressive cuts are similar to stock type compound angles, but have a progressive curve portion on the short duration part at the first of the ramp. The remaining portion of the helix cut is still a straight angle. Since the first section of the helix is of short duration, the first angle listed can be misleading. Programming can be expensive, and testing these can be confusing and not what some expect. Through some trial and error, a few of these were popular with some of the higher rpm trail turbo applications, so we are listing them here.
  • AP 45/44-38
  • AP 46/40-36
  • AP 46/40-38
  • AP 48/42-38
  • AP 49/41-37
  • AP 50/42-38
  • AP 50/42-39
  • AP 52/42-40