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post #1 of 10 Old March 6th, 2013, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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What brand is the best? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I'm new-ish to 4x4s..
I don't wanna run home made ones.. So that's out of the question. What do you guys run? What do you guys recommend?

I was looking at these :Kawasaki Brute Force 650i / 750i (05-11) Extreme Snorkels Kit

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What brand is the best? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I'm new-ish to 4x4s..
I don't wanna run home made ones.. So that's out of the question. What do you guys run? What do you guys recommend?

I was looking at these :Kawasaki Brute Force 650i / 750i (05-11) Extreme Snorkels Kit

Thanks, broughsy.

Most guys do their own but those that by kits buy either Extreme Snorkels or Snorlelyouratv

KAWASAKI BRUTE FORCE 650-750 SNORKEL KIT

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post #3 of 10 Old March 7th, 2013, 10:03 AM
 
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Those kits appear to be using the same pvc pipe that most people build their own out of. It would most likely be cheaper to do your own.

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I was in the same boat as far as not wanting to make my own. Snorkelyouratv.com has great kits for cheap but the best part is the detailed directions that come with it. Thats my recommendation.

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So does the instructions tell you how to or what jetting/carb setup to use ?

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No well at least not mine since its a 12 and fuel infected i didn't need to do anything to it. I also have an hmf pipe on it so I need to get a optimizer programer to turn my fuel up since i have better flow now but i don't have the coin to get that yet. NMKAWIERIDER is the man to talk to about jetting on carb bike he can point you to the best options.

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HMF Performance slip on exhaust.
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STI HD3 Wheels
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Do you have to cut and drill the airbox with the extreme snorkel kit? Because I found a kit where it just goes into the stock intake. And do you have to rejet?

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BRUTE FORCE 650-750 SNORKEL KIT 2005-2011 these are the ones that say you dont need to rejet and no drilling or cutting of the airbox

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I didnt have to cut the air box mine just had a boot that went over the stock intake.

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Okay, my dad called the local kawi dealer and they have a snorkelyouratv.com kit coming in a few days and that they'll call when they come in,

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