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as much as i dont want to i am going to have to move my radiatior, tired of it getting packed with mud! anyone put it between the rear supports on the cage and not have any problems??? thats the only place i can really think to put it. thats where i put my rhino and never had overheating problems.
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ive had mine up there for a long time and havent had any problems
it damn sure beats having to wash it out every ride
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yeah i am so sick and tired of having to wash that thing out. seems every ride the radiator get filled with mud. but thanks alot i know what i will be doing this weekend!
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it looks pretty good. Does your clutch ever overheat with the 4 to 2" reduction? Whose snorkel kit did you use and what kind of hardware did you use off the clutch exhaust? I have done the clutch intake to under the dash at the front and hopefully it works good there, but having a hard time with the exhaust. I was hopeing to finish it this weekend but I dont think that will happen
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i made the snorkels here is a link to the threadTeryx Snokeled - Kawasaki Teryx Forum
i think alot of people are using a rubber adaptor coming off the belt box and siliconing the hell out of it but my way works great with no silicone
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I would be very careful with small CVT snorkels, good many belt issues by our customers



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hi there.i am from sc and we ride at windrock in tn and havin a problem overheating. do you think i could still run my windshield with a radiator relocate
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