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I finished the install on my RZR of the Artic Thunder Snorkel Kit yesterday. There were a couple of headaches along the way but all in all, I have to say I am very impressed with the system as a whole. Eric provides great customer service and everything worked out just as it was supposed to (with the exception of one of the intakes being a good bit more difficult than the instructions say to get back on), we removed the Air Cleaner totally to get to it (easy fix, as others have said on here).

Anyway, we're in a drought-ish situation here in Northwest Georgia and I feel like our normal horse farm creek would have usually given us a bit more depth but this was a fun little first test run. I'm going to take it to a deeper creek this weekend and hope to get more videos posted if you guys don't mind. But for the time being, I thought some might enjoy.

Thanks!

 

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Nice vid! I installed that same snorkel kit about a month ago. Very happy with it! Heres my first test after snorkeling.
 

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that's nice and deep but one thing to remember is to move your vent lines for you front and rear diffs. suck mud in an cause havic on drive oils. I can't be certain on how many their are but beware..

front diff
rear diff
throttle body
gas tank

i think their are a few more but just check it out a small 1/4 inch hose can cause alot of headachs later on.

nice vid my kind of riding.
 

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I have the same snorkel it makes the job easier to put on if you use another 2" coupler instead of the flimsy popo boot on the belt intake.
 

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that's nice and deep but one thing to remember is to move your vent lines for you front and rear diffs. suck mud in an cause havic on drive oils. I can't be certain on how many their are but beware..

front diff
rear diff
throttle body
gas tank

i think their are a few more but just check it out a small 1/4 inch hose can cause alot of headachs later on.

nice vid my kind of riding.
good point! Also main transmission case, transfer case and radiator over flow cap. 7 total.
 

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Included in the kit are enough extra vent line to extend 5 of them all the way to the top of the cab. We did that with the install so they've already been moved.

I'm really loving not having to worry about the intakes. It's rare that I'll be in water anywhere near the top of the cab but it's nice to look at a bit of water and not really think too much about whether the vent lines or intake(s) would be covered up.

All in all, I'm loving it!
 

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Included in the kit are enough extra vent line to extend 5 of them all the way to the top of the cab. We did that with the install so they've already been moved.

I'm really loving not having to worry about the intakes. It's rare that I'll be in water anywhere near the top of the cab but it's nice to look at a bit of water and not really think too much about whether the vent lines or intake(s) would be covered up.

All in all, I'm loving it!
Ditto! Plus we are sucking cleaner air!
 

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SO I just bought this kit should be here in a few days. Any advice form you guys that have doen the install already to make it a bit easier? Have you had any issues with your kit yet? How about water getting to belt through housing?
 

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I have been looking at this kit myself and I'm interested in any problems with the install and also sealing up my cvt housing. Some pics of the kit insallation would be quite helpful
 
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