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post #1 of 12 Old 04-19-2012, 11:18 AM
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Well I finished my snorkels about a week ago700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848542.628829.jpg700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848596.406682.jpg700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848618.658286.jpg700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848645.485677.jpg700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848678.976514.jpg700 custom snorkels-imageuploadedbytapatalk1334848706.625626.jpg. I spent a lot of time searching how to do it. Long story short, I went with 4 1.5" risers and the normal setup on how everyone else did the air box lid and CVT. so I won't waste time by repeating what's already been posted and go to the pictures. So here it is:
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Very nice. I like the blue end caps you added. Little details go along way and make a big difference.

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Thanks! I like to add little details when possible. Is that outlaws on your quad?
 
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nice job, the blue hose makes life alot eaiser.

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Yes it does! I don't fully trust it's durability, but I ain't had no problems so far (I used it on my old quad).
 
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Thanks! I like to add little details when possible. Is that outlaws on your quad?
Yes I have 29.5 outlaws on right now. I had a set of 27" mudzillas on it. I just mounted my outlaws on a set of Motosport Elixir wheels last night. I have a thread going about the wheels and I will have pics up this afternoon of everything mounted.

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MSA Elixir Wheels
K&N filter
K&N Pre-filter
HMF exhaust
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White secondary
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(4) 14 gram rollers
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Yes I have 29.5 outlaws on right now. I had a set of 27" mudzillas on it. I just mounted my outlaws on a set of Motosport Elixir wheels last night. I have a thread going about the wheels and I will have pics up this afternoon of everything mounted.
They look good! Im considering 29.5s for mine so now at least I know they will fit.
 
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You shouldn't have any problems clearing them. I went with 10 wides all the way around and really like the setup so far.

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What is that intake tubing your using called? I'm about to start snorkeling and that seems to be the popular choice on the forums

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Looks good. However you should have ran all 2" lines and yes 2" fit just fine. There is just enough room. Best to use rigid vac hose and no starving of the motor. Have run quite a few runs with an autotune running stock intake, dual 1.5" intakes and dual 2" intakes. The dual 2" show similar trends to stock and the 1.5" take less fuel than stock. Meaning the 1.5" rob power.

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What is that intake tubing your using called? I'm about to start snorkeling and that seems to be the popular choice on the forums
It is some pool/vacuum hose that I get from home depot... So far it's been good to me. It holds up well and does make life a lot easier!!!
 
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Looks good. However you should have ran all 2" lines and yes 2" fit just fine. There is just enough room. Best to use rigid vac hose and no starving of the motor. Have run quite a few runs with an autotune running stock intake, dual 1.5" intakes and dual 2" intakes. The dual 2" show similar trends to stock and the 1.5" take less fuel than stock. Meaning the 1.5" rob power.
I considered the 2", but I had plenty 1.5" With that and the airbox mod plus my power programmer I have enough power to satisfy me... But I have a feeling most of my power loss comes from the 30" silverbacks.
 
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