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Quads , Sleds, bikes and Boats Got a question or want to show off a new mod on your Quad, Snowmobile, bike or Boat? This is the place to go

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Old 07-30-2006, 11:33 AM
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snorkel kits

has anyone bought a snorkel kit for thier grizzly or any other make if so where and how much? i was ridin in chilliwack and found a nice size mud hole and half way through it started to bog out?
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Old 07-30-2006, 09:48 PM
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They're usually good up to the bottom of the tank, anything over that they will start sucking water in the clutch intake and start slipping the belt. Doubt it was taking in water in the engine, water doesn't compress!

Make sure the plug boot is in good shape and sealing. And if you have an older (600) Grizz, which is aircooled, they are more affected by water crossing as it cools down the engine so much it will start running like it's a cold day and stall (need choke).

Your best bet is probably an online order for a snorkel.
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Old 08-12-2006, 11:15 AM
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i have an 06 grizz and i did find a cool link but was hoping to get one localy?
www.bayousnorkels.com.no one out here really sells them?
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Old 08-16-2006, 10:39 PM
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I've been thinking about snorkeling my twinpeaks . It fairly easy to wet my belt. Even had the belt slip in fluffy snow once. The air intake for the belt takes a pretty good shower when the tires are spinning. Never had a problem till I put on some mudlites, but there is no way the stock tires will ever go back on.
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