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Arctic Cat Snorkels and Rad Relocate

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Well here is a sneek peek of my spring project. New snorkels with a dual 2" intake and I will also be relocating the Rad. This is a new '08 Airbox that I just converted over to dual 2" intakes. The white is the new fitting before it is painted and glued. It is a threaded fitting that clamps tight but I think I will apply some RTV just incase and possibly plastic weld the outside.

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Well here is a sneek peek of my spring project. New snorkels with a dual 2" intake and I will also be relocating the Rad. This is a new '08 Airbox that I just converted over to dual 2" intakes. The white is the new fitting before it is painted and glued. It is a threaded fitting that clamps tight but I think I will apply some RTV just incase and possibly plastic weld the outside.

195825_172423522806049_100001152063858_370008_2452680_n.jpg

New member as of today. Just snorkeled my 07 650. noticed the screens or grates in your snorkel stacks.(from an old photo) Was wondering where to find them. Great Idea.

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New member as of today. Just snorkeled my 07 650. noticed the screens or grates in your snorkel stacks.(from an old photo) Was wondering where to find them. Great Idea.

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