Putting the snorkel on the rinny was not as hard as I thought it was going to be. All the snorkels I have seen for the rincon has come out of the plastic piece that is in front of the seat. This can cause some major problems if you slide to far forward and come in contact with the snorkel. This design keeps the snorkel out of the way of the driver. All the details are very simple. I went to a home improvement store and bought 5 feet of 1 1/2 spa flex hose, a short stick of 2 inch PVC, 2 inch to 1 1/2 reducer, and 2 90 degree 1 1/2 angles. The 2 inch pipe slides in place of the factory air tube. The reducer brings the pipe size down to the correct size. The outer edge of the gas tank shield is trimmed to make room for the flex hose. The inner finder is also trimmed to allow the hose to not come in contact with the shock. A hole is then cut in the finder to allow the hose to rise above the ATV. The 90 degree angles are then stuck on top. Remember that you need to better seal your air box and route your crank case and carb vents up above the gas tank. I routed mine in my cluster. Once everything is in place the rinny did not have any power lose. I also did not have to tune the end of the snorkel in size. The tube that I used was the correct size. MaD

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