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Modified Aaen Pipe with snorkled, Loud is not the word for this set up, poking along its not to bad, but when u get on it, everyone knows your coming.
 

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looks good, so the snorkel on the exhaust amplifys it or what?
 

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yes the snorkle does make it louder with a deeper tone.
 

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no close ups, I will take afew more when i get the bike clean, went on a night ride last night and didnt get in untill 3 am this morning
 

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With that raised up tailpipe, I bet it doesn't die when you go in deep water. I need one of those, because each time mine has died was because my tailpipe went under water. Mine just won't stay runnin' when the tailpipe goes under. I see other folks with atv's just like mine & they don't die out like I do. I guess it could be the driver
 

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have you rejetted your carb? Do you have your carb drain hose plugged? Carb vent tubes run to a higher spot?
 

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as Robb stated these items need to be taken care of before entering water.(carb drain, vents rerouted to a higher spot) The snorkle does help out with deep water riding, had it over the racks last night with no problems.
 

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I'm a little lost here. Where is all these vents & hoses. There is one by my left foot that I don't know what it is. I feel it all the time but don't know what it is. That sole little tube may be why others can do water wheelies I can't. Do we need to rejet since we have K&N Air filters? Do we need different exaust?
 

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you have some work to do! The tube hanging from the bottom of the carb, is your drain tube, you need to stick a screw in it, or simply attach it to the clap bolt on your rear driveshaft.
There should be 2 vent tubes tee'd into one on the top of your carb, that line then ends at the plastic thingy in front of your gas tank, extend this line to your handelbar or something.
You might want to rejet to gain the maxium performance from your K&N, although its not entirely neccessary.
 

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Looks awesome , do you have any close-ups of it ? or side veiws ?
here are a couple side veiw, it got kind of late after cleaning
 

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you got one sweet looking bike
 

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WOW! looks good

It is safe to say that the only way you are getting water in is if you drowned first
 

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It is safe to say that the only way you are getting water in is if you drowned first
yea, and/are unless i flip it over again. Thanks for the comments
 

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I'm a little lost here. Where is all these vents & hoses. There is one by my left foot that I don't know what it is. I feel it all the time but don't know what it is. That sole little tube may be why others can do water wheelies I can't. Do we need to rejet since we have K&N Air filters? Do we need different exaust?
QUOTE ("Robb":32keunvs)
you have some work to do! The tube hanging from the bottom of the carb, is your drain tube, you need to stick a screw in it, or simply attach it to the clap bolt on your rear driveshaft.
There should be 2 vent tubes tee'd into one on the top of your carb, that line then ends at the plastic thingy in front of your gas tank, extend this line to your handelbar or something.
You might want to rejet to gain the maxium performance from your K&N, although its not entirely neccessary.
First off dirty foreman that is a great looking bike. I hope you are going to come to the ride at redcreek with us.

Railroader, I think you may want to take robbs advice a definetly prepare for redcreek. Because this is what awaits.



Just kidding. It's not all that bad and you can even ride a stock bike there. But more fun can be had with a waterproofed bike.
 

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raveer when is yalls next trip to redcreek? that vids was from Redcreek this past weekend. We rode sat and sun all day, all the holes where gutted by the second day. if u check my site u can see more pic's and vid's
 

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raveer when is yalls next trip to redcreek? that vids was from Redcreek this past weekend. We rode sat and sun all day, all the holes where gutted by the second day. if u check my site u can see more pic's and vid's
I was there too. Where were you? the trip is july 23 I think. Truegrit knows or you can look at the Forum anouncements section under redcreek offroad.
 

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QUOTE ("Dirty4man":12w218dj)
raveer when is yalls next trip to redcreek? that vids was from Redcreek this past weekend. We rode sat and sun all day, all the holes where gutted by the second day. if u check my site u can see more pic's and vid's
I was there too. Where were you? the trip is july 23 I think. Truegrit knows or you can look at the Forum anouncements section under redcreek offroad.[/quote]
if thats u in the pix's, I seen u but just didnt know who u where. We stayed in the woods,twin ponds and at the river to cool off. to many people doing donuts at the runway.
 
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