The pictures explain the fix very good, but I can't figure out why the kit comes with two of the plug caps.
The part number is on the instructions posted above, you can order it from your dealer, or a site sponsor like FixMyToys.com.Slim, thanks for posting this! Where can I find this? I've googled without success. Thanks.
JMO, polaris has used the coarse filter on the clutch for many years. The filters open cell/coarse construction may inhibit air flow a little, but I do not think it is enough to cause you a real problem. Be sure and remove it through out the year and clean it, to maintain maximum air flow, if you leave it in. And you get the added bonus of reduced dust in the clutch housing.I just don't really know about cutting that big filter block in half and stuffing in the belt intake I'm thinking it will be less air flow and a 10 mile ride at 30 mph belt may get warm any one think this might be a problem?
With tracks or snow riding you need itWhat exactly is it for? I haven't seen any issues with mine. Is it something I need to worry about??
need for each sideThe pictures explain the fix very good, but I can't figure out why the kit comes with two of the plug caps.
Ken,Michael, early on when the 900's hit the market folks were complaining about snow built up on the air intakes on the cab posts for the engine and the cvt. Water entry was another on going complaint. When folks went to wash their rangers not knowing they could fill the air box intakes with water until they went to start or move the ranger. I got the kit and blocked the air intakes for both sides. By rerouting the air intakes it helps control the dust entry into them as well.