900 crew snorkel kit
This is a discussion on 900 crew snorkel kit within the Ranger Crew 900 Discussions forums, part of the Polaris Ranger Forums category; anybody seen any good snorkel kits for the new 900 crew? i saw mud industries and highlifter have kits, just seeing of theres any other ...
900 crew snorkel kit
anybody seen any good snorkel kits for the new 900 crew? i saw mud industries and highlifter have kits, just seeing of theres any other options?
2011 800 Ranger XP "The Sin Wagon"
Backwoods Armor fwd a arms
31 HL Outlaws on MSA Diesel wheels
All Jacked Up Snorkels and sound system
5000# Viper winch
I don't know of any but it is definitely needed whether you do any water or mud riding. It should be something Polaris buts on as a fix for this horribly designed side vents. It rained yesterday here and my clutch casing was filled with tons of water...pretty sad.
Anyone running one of these kits yet? Almost lost my crew in a creek last week. Time for another upgrade!
Ive ran this kit since 50 miles and its saved my butt more than once.
2014 Polaris Ranger Crew
4" SLC Lift w/ arched A-arms
29.5 Terms on MSA Elixers
30" Extreme dual row light bar out front
Dozer Clevis Tow-hitch
Wrap around front and rear bumpers
Warn4500 w/ synthetic cable
Looks like they are on the right track but what if you have a solid rear window?
Originally Posted by arklatexinfidel
Anyone else have suggestions?
Same problem, I have a solid glass rear window, also I have a 900xp deluxe and not sure if it will fit with the center console.
My problem too. Looks like it would work with the sliding rear window but alas.....that's $350 more than my existing rear glass.
2014 Ranger 900XP
Viper 5000lb winch with synthetic cable
Lock & Ride Front glass windshield, Sport top, and Rear glass
2-6" Oval LED reverse lights
Autometer 5837 temp gauge
Dome light and LED cab lights
FTD CABS bash plates and floorboards
MSA M21 LOK with EFX MOTO MTC 28x10x15
Marshall MOTOART 2.5" lower lift brackets
SATV roll cage
Sirius 6" LED light bar and 2" LED cube
True Dual UTV Battery isolator
VMAX 857 battery
NRA Life Member....CCW-IC
900 crew snorkel kit
It can be very easily (and cheaply) done yourself. I have the sliding rear glass, but I didn't want snorkels permanently hanging out. I'd rather have mine routed inside the cab, where they'll draw cleaner air (not much cleaner, but a little anyways). I used 2" black flex pvc, with standard fittings, and hydrophobic pre-filter material over the intake ends. I'll likely re-route them up a little higher, but I was just trying to get these done in time for a ride I was going on at the time. The clutch intake is only routed just below the top of the seat, but at least it won't take on water from the factory side vents. The flex pvc is able to be heated and shaped, so as to provide clearance in tight spots. Used 1/4" & 5/16" ID fuel tubing to extend the breather tubes for diffs and fuel tank. Sealed the inner clutch cover as well, with RTV black. Not a crew, but it might give some folks a few ideas.
Last edited by slowroller; 05-28-2014 at 03:50 PM.
Looks good, any extra noise in cab? How did you run the clutch out put hose. ? Can u post a pic . Thanks for the idea's
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Thanks. There isn't really that much extra noise in the cab. Just a slight "suction" noise from the engine intake. However, as it is now, the engine intake is pretty close to driver's seat. I imagine if I extend it closer to the roof, it might be less noticeable. I haven't noticed any additional noise from the clutch intake. I'll try to get a pic of my clutch exhaust when I get home. I did cut one of the lock&ride plugs, but not the bed. I did this, so I could extend the exhaust up between the cab and bed.
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