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post #1 of 54 Old 03-18-2009, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Brute Force 750 Snorkel

Hey i need to know if the specs on the brute snorkel is the same for the 08's ...

What Do I need to Buy?



A) CVT Intake
Keep stock rubber coupler attached to front of CVT Housing.
2 - 45's



B) CVT Exhaust
1 - 45
3 - 90's
1 - 3" to 2" rubber coupler

For 2008 & up brutes, there is a valve you must work around, click here to see the 2008+ CVT exhaust snorkel & parts list.


C) Air box Intake
1 - 90 rubber 3" coupler w/ clamps
1 - 2" 90* Street Fitting
1 - 2" 45* Street Fitting
3 - of whatever you want to put on the tops of your snorkels (90's or 45's - your call)


D) 1 - 10' stalk of 2" Sch40 PVC.

E) 3 - 2" Rubber Couplers for uprights.




do i need all this for the 08??

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Exactly the same. Make sure you use the 3" rubber elbow on the intake!

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alright thanks..
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oh instead of using the 3 inch rubber couplers on the up rights could i just go out with a longer pvs so i wont have to buy extra clamps an so on?
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clamps come on the couplers already. Thats just your preference... they make things a lot easier though.


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thanks..appreciate it...i think instead of buyin the couplers i could just run 3 str8 pipe up rights...less money if ya think about it...no money on couplers = what i have to spend on the 90's or whatever i do on top of the pipes
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AlphaDogBrute750, those 3 couplers on the stacks serve an important purpose.
If you roll the bike, the snork uprights will come out or bend at the coupler. This will save you having to redo lower broken snorkel pipe if the bike gets rolled.

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will there be enough of the 10' stalk of pvc to run higher pipes or do i need to buy more? = 7 to 8 inch stacks
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mine are pretty high and i still had 2-3 feet of PVC pipe left. alot of the height comes from the extra curve(that you should not have) but i still feel like you'll have plenty. if not, i believe lowes and home depot(fer sho') sale 2 foot scrap pieces for a buck or two;


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they sell 4 or 5 foot piece for approx 4.80 here.

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MIMB Snorkels (dual 2" intake)
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aight..thanks yall..im just trying to do it right cause iv never done one before...does the pvc cement work best or should i use that an silicone around the pipes or what would be best?
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pvc cement will be fine. make sure you use primer, too. it'll help the cement stick to the pvc
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cool i got all that laying around the shop..good deal...about how long is the str8 pipe from the CVT..about a ft an a half 2 ft? or not even that?...

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