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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-17-2012, 10:32 AM Thread Starter
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Snorkeling a yamaha Bruin 350 and grizzly 600

Alright guys, i know this is all about honda's, but i got a buddy that is wanting me to snorkel his 2004 350 Bruin and 98 600 grizzly. I been looking on the net but havent found anything, only how hard or a pain in the ass it is. Was wondering if anyone here by chance knew how or has done one. If so could you explain to me how and the parts list. I would greatly appreciate it.

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I did a quick search, these might have some helpful info for ya:





Looks like the 600 might have to lose the stock air box.

The 350:



I know what its like to work with limited space, I'm working on a system for my prairie 400 soon, 2 belt intakes, 2 exhaust, then still have to do the engine intake and all the vents with very limited space, gunna be a pita!

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Thanks bud i appreciate the help

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I've never snorkeled one, but I've owned a couple 600 Grizzlys and I know it's not going to be easy to snorkel because you will be working in a tight space.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

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Thanks bud i appreciate the help
Your welcome, let us know how you make out.

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Helmut, Yea all the research i been doing seems like ill have to build a new airbox. I think thats the biggest trouble i may run into but ill keep yall updated.

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HMF Performance Exaust
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