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post #1 of 4 Old 05-30-2012, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
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mimb snorkles

was wondering if there is any directions to go with the list of what you need to do these snorkles i only can find a list of products you need with no how to
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2011 Brute Force 750:
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look at the bottom right of that mimb page. there are links that lead you to the directions.

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-EHS Racing snorkel savers
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There are what, maybe 26 pages of snorkling info just on the MIMB site.You just gotta read through the pages.There's this site,mimb,and two other sites the have details of how to on snorkling.Don't mean to sound dicky,but there's a ton of how tos and rejetting info on this mod.Cut the pieces,dry fit the pieces,mark the pieces with a marker,when your happy with the way they fit,then tear down and glue pieces.One extra piece of advice is buy an extra 2" rubber coupler to install on the cvt exhaust about a foot to foot and a half away from the cvt exhaust outlet,and for the 3" intake rubber boot - need lots of patience cutting the boot and dry fitting the intake tillit fits right if your doing the 3" intake.

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Yeah if you do the 3 inch snork it's very tight. Make sure you use the much thinner 3 inch PVC pipe. Schedule 80 and schedule 40 pipe is too thick. Use sanitary line PVC ( I think that's what it's called) its way thinner and clears the neck of the frame better which gives you more play room coming out of the plastics.


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