2nd problem. when i get to snorkel depth my bike dies but not all the time and when it does die it sounds like you put your hand over the snorkel but there want be but alittle water in the breather box. my snorkel has leaked since i put it on but the bike has never died before. thanks
Puttin' dielectric grease on your spark plug is probably the most important
thing to put grease on. I have to do it to ours just about every single ride.
Especially if we plan on ridin' a lot in the water.
i have the hi-lifter snorkel and it is vented, and i have dielectric greased the spark plug and a one way valve on the carb overflow. I am thinking of running the vent lines up to the snorke. I have had the snorkel on for almost a year and have always taken it in deep water but yesterday was the first time it has ever died.
Definetely xtend the carb vent lines onto the handlebars.
Also, I found that even with all of that done that mine would stall. Well found one of my problems which was the spark arrestor or whatever it's called needed di-electric grease as well. This is located in the fender well above the right rear tire. Small box with metal fins on it with a plug going to it. Pull the plug off that and put some grease in their as well.
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could
be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Honda Foreman Forums
Honda Foreman Forums: Discuss the latest Honda Foreman in our free Honda Foreman forums. Also talk about Honda's other ATV and UTV's including the Honda Rubicon, Honda Rincon, Honda Rancher and Honda Recon