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Snorkel And Jetting Question

josh132010-08-15 07:07:20 +0000 #1
OK I am about to snorkel my 650 and I have a question. I am probably going to use 2 1/2 or 3" pipe. I know most have snorkeled 750's and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for jets for my 650? Thanks
Polaris4252010-08-15 07:13:06 +0000 #2
with that size pipe you might not have to.
josh132010-08-15 07:39:47 +0000 #3
Sweet, I thought because most had to jet down when they used smaller, I would use bigger and hope not to need to. Thanks
Polaris4252010-08-15 08:06:00 +0000 #4
good thing about that is that if you for some reason end up getting too much air its easily fixed by putting a reducer in the end
josh132010-08-15 08:47:12 +0000 #5
Now should I silicone the air box to the carbs for a good seal? and what about the carb vents, How should I seal them?
Suisyco2010-08-15 09:33:26 +0000 #6
I have a 650 as well I just ran my carb vent lines and all other vent lines up along the side of the snorkels.
Polaris4252010-08-15 09:43:43 +0000 #7
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Originally Posted by josh13

Now should I silicone the air box to the carbs for a good seal? and what about the carb vents, How should I seal them?

I dunno, I wouldnt. If you did, I would only do a very very thin layer. and as mentioned, just run the carb vents up under the pod w/ the rest of them. dont forget your gas tank vent too, and radiator overflow bottle.
josh132010-08-15 09:23:24 +0000 #8
Yeah I will get all of them. The reason I mentioned the carb to air box is because the last time I pulled the air box one of the seals was bent and didn't look to make a good seal.
Polaris4252010-08-15 08:05:35 +0000 #9
you might want to then, put a thin layer on there...
josh132010-08-15 08:07:58 +0000 #10
probably will, Thanks
Turbotouch022010-08-15 09:35:51 +0000 #11
Drill and tap holes in the snorkel pipe down by the engine with hose barbs to keep the vents dry an dyou dont have to run all those vents up looks really clean that way

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