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Hey guys, Where are you getting your snorkel kits from? fairly straight forward to install?

Also, when people say they zip tie there vent lines sideways, what exactly does that mean, like, i know what the drain line is on the bottom, but what is ziptieing sideways..?
 

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I BUILT MY SNORKEL MYSELF FOR ABOUT $20. I'VE DONE FOUR DIFFERENT BIKES AND THEY LOOK LIKE SOMETHING YOU WOULD PURCHASE FROM TRIANGLE ATV. THE VENT LINES, I RAN UP TO THE LIGHT POD AND TIED THEM OFF UP THERE. I ASUME THAT ZIP TIEING THEM SIDEWAYS IS TO MAKE IT HARDER FOR THE WATER TO GET IN.
 

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I got my snorkel Triangle ATV, easy to install. It already comes with barbs to run your vent lines from the brake, diffs and fan. You also might want to extend the carb vents(2 vent on top of the carb). When they say zip tie, they mean the drain tube, so you don't get water in it, I just put a screw in it but anything should work as long as its plugged.
 
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zip tie your vent lines sideways............mine were straight up.........rain filled my carb full of water. Just my reason for having them sideways.
 

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I zip tied my vent lines together cut a slit in the black rubber flap and ran the vent lines thru it.

How did rain fill your carb up?
 

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Install on the Triangle Snorkit was pretty straight forward, good directions and ddiagrams. It will take a few hours. It just takes time cutting down the inside plastics to get the fit just right. Just make sure that the top plate is sitting sung against the rack before cutting the hole. I highly recommed the Snorkit. I also bought some extra Tee's and tubing from the hardware store an re-routed the carb vent to it as well.
 
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