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03-21-2018 07:29 PM
Bigredusa The finished look
02-26-2018 05:56 PM
Steven79ford Cajunmuddawg those short 45s are 22.5 elbows
02-26-2018 09:13 AM
Bigredusa I just wanted to help add on this post to help any one out there , I used left over radiator hose from my 15 commander 1000 xt for the cut vent and heat tape rapped it . Have had 0 issues so far and have $45 in my snorkel kit including running the vent lines . Now there is trimming under the pod but that's it . Hope this helps

The air box inlet hose I cut about 5 inches back and uses a 1.5 inch street 90 to slide into the factor rubber inlet hose then 22 and 45 degree angles to go around the pod

The cvt intake I cut just under the bell for the screen and used a 2" -1.5" rubber cuppler and a 1.5" street 90 into the cuppler then 90 to 45 degree angles

Now the part you have to see to believe. And yes I heat shield rapped the hell out it lol
The cvt exhaust I used a 2" -1" rubber cuppler to go on the existing pipe in picture then a 1" 90 that had a fitting for the 1" inside diameter radiator hose from my wild bore rad relocate kit then run the hose where it's out if the way up beside the cut inlet there you will put in a 90 that s for the hose so it won't kink. Then a short about 8 inch piece of hose you run straight threw the plastic and beside the air box intake hose and out the other side to your fitting to go from the 1" hose to screw into a 1.5" adapter pic. Then a 1.5" 90 to a street 90 to a 45.

I'msorry in advance for my pour directions look at the pictures please. This is on my 14 outlander 800r xt . You will need a 10ft stick of 1.5 " off pipe . I used about 7 ft of it
07-25-2016 06:06 AM
bcorum Finally done

07-15-2016 05:27 PM
bcorum Started today.....Wow what a job.
03-22-2016 10:50 AM
Originally Posted by NMKawierider View Post
I believe that's ABS not PVC.
I believe you are correct, I read a reply above that said it was PVC not ABS but did not realize it was not the op. Thanks
03-22-2016 08:58 AM
Originally Posted by bcorum View Post
Where did you find black pvc?
I believe that's ABS not PVC.
03-22-2016 08:10 AM
bcorum Where did you find black pvc?
08-04-2015 05:59 AM
DaveMK1 Those are pvc. Think I found those at ace hardware

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07-31-2015 05:27 AM
CajunMuddDawg Is that abs or pvc pipe? Where did u find those short 45's because lowes and home depot doesn't carry them here
03-09-2015 05:07 PM

FIN!!! Going to let the owner paint them when he picks it up. Again awesome write up!!!!

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03-09-2015 08:13 AM
DaveMK1 Well after 10 straight hours of cutting, measuring, beer, measuring, beer, cutting, glueing, beer, beer, beer lol. This is how my bud's 2013 Outy 1000 came out. All in all I'm happy with how it came out with the exception of the CVT Exhaust. Going to re address that this afternoon when I get off work cause I will be sober lol. Thanks for the great write up!

Oh and they are not going to be this tall when finished
03-19-2014 09:48 AM
sly Thanks a lot for posting this! excellent pictures to. Going to be following this for when I snorkel the cvt exhaust on my 650xt.
11-23-2013 01:00 PM
Uncleford Great write up, thanks!
11-21-2013 11:19 AM
CaN_Am_RyDeR_1000 Looks good. Looks similar to the gorilla-axle kit.

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