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snorkel kawasaki prarie 650

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How do you snorkel a 2002 kawasaki prarie 650.

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I would purchase an official kit, they usually come with a tube and airbox attachment to extend the air intake above the quad. I don't think they are too hard to install.

I haven't seen any for the prairie, you may be able to custom fit one for a brute force. I would contact

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Here is a nice article:

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Here's some more info on Bayou Snorkel kits:

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I did ok , I will post some picture's soon. I did the intake to the carburetor and the intake to the belt, i have not done exhaust to the belt.

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Great, I'm interested to see how you made out. Definatley post some pics when you get them.

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