the nice way wud prolly be is buying the kit, imo. i used to have a 05 grizz 660 and i snorkle it frm scratch except for the airbox. i bought the airbox snorkel kit but for the clutch i did it by scratch. it is a pain to do!
yeah,,,,remove the stock rubber boot from the air box an replace it with a piece of plexi glass (secured by silicone and self tapping screws) next cut a hole in the side ( i cant remember wich side right i think) an on the back or bottom, it is easier to use pool hose for this, the best way to connect to the air box is with 1 1/2 male & female pvc screw connection, you need to cut some of the treads off to get it to make up tight maybe this will help you oh yeah 1 1/2 pool hose fitts perfect into 1 1/2 pvc fittings
My brother and i are going to snorkel his '04 grizzly 660 next week we have to start from scratch cause he has a dial a jet on his and the snorkel kit will not work I will try and get some pics and see if i can post them
i was thinking of getting the 6" gorilla lift..i have an 06 grizzly 660..im running 29.5s now with hl springs and stage 1 gorilla lift but looking for more..how much clearance is it gonna give me..anyone with pics?? i would greatly appreciate some feedback...
I just bought a new '13 700 grizzly from what I've heard they are derated at first was just wondering if anyone knew when the get full power? I had an '09 750 brute and so far there are a lot of reasons I would never go back!
First post on this site, I've came here many of time for my quad and now I'm wondering if I could get some more help. I have a 2008 Yamha Grizzly 700 that I Mud Race (nothing professionally just in a 700cc and below single cylinder restricted modification class.) Recently racing and just going...
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