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2014 Teryx CVT Intake Snorkel

Discussion in 'Teryx Intake & Snorkeling Forum' started by Magellan, Mar 15, 2015.

  1. Magellan

    Magellan Active Member

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    Something you need to do on your 2014 machines. CVT Intake Snorkel.

    PVC used for this one. Comes up under the dash near the engine intake and filter.
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    POS original CVT intake that draws hot dusty air from under the center hump.
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  2. DLB

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    Nice job. Good upgrade for the '14+ units. I'll never understand why Kawi went away from the 12-13 setup.
     
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  3. Magellan

    Magellan Active Member

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    I have a 2013 setup NIB from Babbits if any of ya'll want it. Cost me 70 I think for all the parts. Still in unopened box but truthfully you can do the PVC one for less than 20 dollars. I would do it if you can.
     
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  4. muddyrex

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    Is that 2 1/2"pvc? Stepped up at the connection to the cvt case?
     
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  5. Magellan

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    Yes. Rubber adapter came from Lowes.
     
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  6. DLB

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    I'll be snorkeling a T2 this weekend, but we'll be using the '12-'13 intake to do it. I'll try to take enough pics to do a little write up on it.
     
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  7. Bettykant

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    So you used 2-1/2" pvc pipe a 2-1/2" coupling and a 3"? Rubber coupling? To go over the pvc coupling onto the housing? think I'll do mine soon just hate all the push pins lol. Do they make some special pliers to pull those btw? Seems like I've seen some before.
     
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    Not sure about special pliers, but a small pair of side cutters works well if a flat head screwdriver isn't enough. Just don't cut them. :azn:
     
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  9. Bettykant

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    No kidding lol that'd suck. I just hate looking at them all gouged from prying and yanking with pliers
     
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  10. Ride

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    2-inch is plenty enough. 2 elbows and one 2-inch coupling. About 5-ft. of pipe. My belt temps went down 30-degrees.
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    I did mime today.Magellan where did you get the plastic screen insert on your intake 90?
     
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  12. Magellan

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    It came from Lowes but was white, and then sprayed black.
     
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