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Old 04-15-2012, 04:32 AM   #11
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snorks are a turn off to me when i got to buy for sure but if done properly you could do snorks and when your ready to sell all youd have to buy is the black plastic under the handle bars. thats the way i did mine, yes i had to cut out the plastic under it but with a new black piece (the one that says "750 4x4i") you wouldnt be able to see the holes.


heres some pics of mine i did. 2" belt in/oput wiht a 3" airbox snork all hard PVC.

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let the snorkeling begin mwhahaha!!!
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Best investment for your quad if you do any water or mud... Those that don't like it can go pay the big bucks and rebuild their engine when they dump their bike.
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I have a 2012 BF EFI and was wondering if it would be necessary to get one of the programmer boxes for the EFI with the installation of a snorkel kit?? I don't have an aftermarket exhaust of anything just a K&N air filter.

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With EFI you could add snorkel; exhaust; & air filter and still not need a FI Controller/Programmer
They will help everything work a lot better though
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I ride swamp and mud 75 percent of the time and I m worried I m gonna end up doing alot of damage to my brute. On the the other hand I m also against snorkeling it and relocating the rad because I feel like it will hurt the resale value and I do intend on selling it in a few years. Whats gonna end up costing me more money, paying for more maintenance repairs by not snorkeling it or snorkeling it and selling it for less doh on the resale? Also I was wondering how durable are the snorkels and rad relocates? once you snorkel it can you just submerge your atv every time you ride and never have a problem? Also isnt the radiatior more vulerabale to damage from brush in a relocated position? Sorry for the long post, but I ve been comtemplating this for some time. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
yeah but then again if u run the snorkles up throught the 4x4 shroud right infront of the dash you could easily take snorkles off and buy a ew shroud there like 30 bucks and then it gains resale value back and u dont hurt it when ur riding i just droped 3 grand in a new motor hows that for resale value hahahaha
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