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Thanks to all who gave me assistance on my previous post. Here's my finishied picture. I used 1 1/2 inch flex spa tube. I adjusted the a/f screw a bit but not much. It seems to have a little more umphh!! ya know!! Anywayz enjoy!!
 

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Oh yea!!

Yes, it was very simple and cheap. No one should have to buy one for $140. I used 1 1/2 in from intake box all the way to the snorkel.
 

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looks good!!...very clean
 

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It's kinda short aint it?
 

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Yeah its probably short to you. Its fine to me right now. The way i fixed it I can raise it 5 inches or better. I used some pipe cement and some type of pipe puddy around the threads of the hose. I finished up with some silicon. My snorkle is for just in case purposes. If i want to ride deep Ill buy a wave runner.
 

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ok

okay thanks, I forgot about that.
 

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QUOTE ("Eric":3tm9udo2)
Might help if you put a 45 on close to the rack; will allow for front end to go into water at steep angle and still keep stack short
That's what I was getting at, I was not tring to be too big of a smart butt.
 

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best thing to do with the crank vent is buy some hose that is the same size and attach it to the airbox and run it up and over the carb and back down to the crank case....this will prevent water from getting into the crank case
 

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here

if you were riding with us here, you would have to extend that snorkel about 3 ft. hahaha

nice work though, looks professional....
 

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haha

Ha ha!! Ill buy a jet ski to play in 5 ft deep water!!
 
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