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Old 07-26-2012, 06:10 PM   #16
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this is completely off of the subject but does he have spacers or a lift if so what kind?
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Old 07-27-2012, 04:43 PM   #17
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2" RDC lift, 1.5" WHEEL spacers, no spring spacer or anything like that.








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getting ready to do mine. i have the exact same bike.
i was just curious on air/fuel ratios being affected at all. or does the EFI map itself out to adjust? any additional mods one is going to have to consider when doing the MIMB snorkel kit on the EFI 2012 EPS 750?
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:36 AM   #19
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I just raised the vent lines. Front diff, rear diff, gas tank vent, and crankcase breather I put under handlebars.

The efi doesn't "adjust" at all so I've read. But it does just fine with snorkels. I even checked the plugs and they were fine!


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Its a tight fit with the two inch I helped a buddy do his. You might be able to with flex hose but not too sure on that.As for the three inch ive had it on my 2011 from the sixty mile mark and now six hundred and something with no problems but thats with stock pipe too and the same plugs are in it.

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No need for flex pipe IMO on the 2012. The 2" worked perfect. I might be selling my gade and Honda and go back to one bike...a 2012 brute. Or maybe a 13


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No need for flex pipe IMO on the 2012. The 2" worked perfect. I might be selling my gade and Honda and go back to one bike...a 2012 brute. Or maybe a 13


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Got some questions on your 2012 brute snorkel kit
Make sure I have the right parts first...

Cvt exhaust
3-90*
1-22.5*
1-45*
All 2"

Cvt intake
1-rubber 90*
1-90*
2-45*
Also all 2"

Intake
1-rubber 90* 3" (were does it switch back to 2"?)
1-45*
1-90*
Last 2 are 2"

And would I need about 10ft of 2" pvc?
Next is as far as vent lines go how many an what has vents?
What size vent line do I need to re-route this?
Does the cvt box and airbox rubber seals work good or silicone aall such as were the throttle body hooks to air box around the lids?
And as far as differentials etc.. is there anything else the 2012s have that leak or need to be sealed?








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Your list sounds about right.

I extend all vent lines up. Same as the 08-11 brutes. And I did crankcase vent relocation to under the pod. Fuel vent needs to be addressed as well

The cvt and airbox seals work fine. Over time the airbox one will weaken but I always replace them periodically.

Vent line is 1/4" if I'm not mistaken. Clear hose


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Do you have any problems with oil coming out of the line or anything since you moved the crank vent? I have noticced if I do any wheelies it will be in my air filter some.. I ended up ordering a snorkel that should be in towards the end of the week and I want to make sure I do it right








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Well first off you WASTED that money. And 2, if you run the crank vent up w/ a filter on the end you wont have oil in your box anymore.








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Well first off if you can spend $9400 on a fourwheer why not go ahead an spend $200 on the snorkel an know that I done it right? Hmm sounds like a good idea to me








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what he was trying to say with about 70 dollars and the list given in the snorkle how to . you could have done it cheaper. i cant say anything i have bought a kit but that was for a can am . that is a whole nother can of worms








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First off trigger, I have done probably over 50 snorkel installs and I'm being conservative. There is nothing like a custom 1 off install that you spend the time on (not talking a quick 1 hour install) and everything fits YOUR bike, not the 'mold'. While its apart you di-electric grease everything, run the vent lines up, run the crank vent up.

If you have ever ordered a snorkel kit before, then you know what you are getting into. But every bike is just a little different believe it of not, which is why snorkel KITS absolutely suck. Even the can am ones...they never fit like home made kits.

With all that said, you wasted $130 IMO. That right there could have gotten you a nice RDC lift.

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Well first off if you can spend $9400 on a fourwheer why not go ahead an spend $200 on the snorkel an know that I done it right? Hmm sounds like a good idea to me
Bud no one on here really cares for the kits. They are just trying to help you out and save some money. It really is a waste. Almost everyone on here who has bought a "kit" junked it. You can't give them away.


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