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Snorkeling an 08 650

Looking into snorkeling my 650. If any one has any advice, pics, parts list or suggestions, please advise.
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Looking into snorkeling my 650. If any one has any advice, pics, parts list or suggestions, please advise.
I made my own for my 2008 XTX 700. Took some head scratchin and about 3 hrs, but it turned out great! Cost me about $28.00 in pieces and glue, etc. I'm not big into deep water, I did it so that I didn't have to clean the damn air filter after EVERY (dusty) ride! The snorkel kit is above the box and the filter stays super clean for a long time now, oh and it sounds freakin awesome when ya "whack" it!!
I'll try and post pics here, wish me luck!

This is an 3" to 2.5" rubber adapter for plumbing. It worked great to transition from the oval shape clutch exhaust pipe to 2" pvc. I sealed it with a fat amount of urethane and let it sit overnight before tightening the clamp.

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Here you can see how the clutch intake (1.5") and the clutch exhaust (2") worked out.





Carb intake (1.5")





and finally, the top parts. Sorry I don't have a better pic, but after this I took the pipe on the left (EFI intake) and put a couple of 45 elbows in it so it followed the line of the roll bar brace better. This will give you an idea of height too. I ran the center pipe (clutch intake) higher, because I didn't want it to suck in the warm air from the clutch exhaust (right side pipe).





Hope these pics show and I hope it helps ya!

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Owner made Sunvisor
Owner made Snorkel kit
Owner made rear fenderwell mod
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Thanks for the response. I appreciate the pictures, but i actually sold the prowler about 1 montha ago, and bought a new T Cat!!
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Thanks for the response. I appreciate the pictures, but i actually sold the prowler about 1 montha ago, and bought a new T Cat!!
A T Cat sled? Or the Prowler 1000 ?? Either way....COOL !! LOL

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T Cat ATV. It's a beast. Scary fast!!
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Did you have to go through the bed at all?
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Did you have to go through the bed at all?
I'm assuming you are asking me? No, I did not go through the bed, all the pipes are in front of the bar behind the seats, I did have to "trim" the engine cover to fit around the pipes, I just took my time and it looks great!
Hopefully this pic will show what you're asking about...

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Chrome Trucker Girl emblems
Owner made Sunvisor
Owner made Snorkel kit
Owner made rear fenderwell mod
Chrome box rails
1/2 Windshield
Car horn
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Cycle Country snow plow
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That was my question, thanks.
This is what I was planning for my '09.
I only wish this picture was bigger like your others.
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That was my question, thanks.
This is what I was planning for my '09.
I only wish this picture was bigger like your others.
how about this??


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Custom decals
Chrome Trucker Girl emblems
Owner made Sunvisor
Owner made Snorkel kit
Owner made rear fenderwell mod
Chrome box rails
1/2 Windshield
Car horn
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Purchased this from Arctic Thunder Kustoms. I kinda like the stacks up higher. Makes high pressure washing a bit easier. '09 xtx 700.
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