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Old April 13th, 2012, 04:25 AM   #1
 
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I have decided to snorkel my Brute Force 750 and I need some info on a good place to get the snorkel kit, what size to get (2" or 3") and some kind of how-to or some kind of info on putting it together. Also, with the EFI will i be required to get a control box (something like re-jetting the carb?) And
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I have decided to snorkel my Brute Force 750 and I need some info on a good place to get the snorkel kit, what size to get (2" or 3") and some kind of how-to or some kind of info on putting it together. Also, with the EFI will i be required to get a control box (something like re-jetting the carb?) And
Do the 3" and all will be well. Your best bet is to to to mudinmyblood.com and to to their Kawasaki How To section\ snorkeling. There you will find whet you need on parts and how tos.
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I also have a K&N air filter installed, if that makes a difference?? So going 3" air box snorkel I won't have to do any tuning with the EFI with the control box??
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I also have a K&N air filter installed, if that makes a difference?? So going 3" air box snorkel I won't have to do any tuning with the EFI with the control box??
Nope. Should be fine.
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