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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-21-2013, 07:24 AM Thread Starter
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Self made snorkel for cvt

Started yesterday building snorkel for cvt. summer hot air is discharged. And in winter i use hot air as heating unit.
I will take more pictures when its ready.
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I was in testdrive last night and its very varm air coming in cab
Already at low rpm airflow is very good
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I was in testdrive last night and its very varm air coming in cab
Already at low rpm airflow is very good
Looks good tusu,free heat.

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It puts out good heat as long as your moving, maybe you can add a fan like Mike did and keep the heat flowing.

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Yep. It would be easy to put one tube more to engine air. What do you think? Should i do it? Does it change air flowing too much to the engine? It would be much fresh air!
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I haven't snorkeled mine but I still considering it, I have the carb and don't want to mess with changing the jets.

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I haven't snorkeled mine but I still considering it, I have the carb and don't want to mess with changing the jets.
I can walk you through it.

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It puts out good heat as long as your moving, maybe you can add a fan like Mike did and keep the heat flowing.
You dont have to move. Just put N and hit the gas little bit.

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Yep. It would be easy to put one tube more to engine air. What do you think? Should i do it? Does it change air flowing too much to the engine? It would be much fresh air!
tusu with the fan on it blows out twice the hot air,so it has to help keep so much heat out of the belt area.

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Mike how is it? Do i have to make changes somewhere? I got FI

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