You're getting that gade set up bro. I don't have any questions yet, but when I go to do this, I may have a few questions. I may follow your lead too and post the install so people can see it done on the outlander.
i definitely hear the PITA, 25th. i may make some changes if i feel that hot air is making its way back up to the intakes. you'll have to get some pics up here. it's good to see some guys from the other forums giving this site some views! do you ever make it out to wellsville?the cvt exhaust is a real pain i have about 15 to 20 hours in mine. vary similar to your's but mine protrudes threw the speedo. i was afraid of all that hot air blowing back in under the pod.was not a big fan of cutting on the new10,000 dollar machine.
Sweet! Same here. We are heading to H&M tomorrow morning for the rest of the week.well, if you guys ever venture over into pa, i'd be more than happy to show you some awseome trails.
the 90s are readily available in plumbing. the hose is either spa hose or shop vac.all availible at home depot if you have that. put it all together mark all separate ends with a line to assure it fits right, then cement that baby. i would fit it once or twice to assure its where it needs to be before you cement it. i would also buy a few extra parts and pieces just in case, so your not running around all day. i used a few things i dident think i would need, then take back what you dont use.Alright so I am planning on giving this snorkel setup a try tomorrow.. Couple things... First, the 90 degree rubber elbows that you bought, are they readily available in the plumbing section of any hardware store? I am not familiar with them. Second, the flexible hose you used, did it have any other general purpose so I have an idea where I can find it? I live in Canada so we don't have a lowes here, which means I'll have to shop around a bit tomorrow..
Lastly, did you cement/silicone the whole snorkel together apart from the machine, and then slide it into place afterward or did you cement one piece in at a time to connect the whole system? These might be novice questions, but I'll admit I'm very new to snorkelling/plumbing....
elbows were in the 7 to 8 dollar range. yes i monted mine all as one piece. also keep all the old parts and pieces you cut, do not throw them away. i have reworked mine a few times to make it better little here little there. as time passes and you see others you may want to change it up.Alright good to know. What did you end up paying for the rubber elbows? the one place I found them online has them listed at 22 bucks each...so about 15-16 bucks american. Does that seem about right? Also, just so I understand you correctly, are you cementing the entire snorkel together THEN mounting it? or are you cementing it into place piece by piece after you've checked and rechecked the position? I'd like to know the order I put it in so I don't mess it up.