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If you plan on doing a lot of water or mud riding in your side-by-side, Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kits are must-have accessories to run. Some riders remove the catalytic converter from their muffler, and gun it through the deep stuff to prevent the exhaust pipe from becoming inundated. But the exhaust isn't the only place where water and mud can wreak havoc. The fuel tank vent line, for example, is located way too low for water hazards, and without a snorkel or a vent line extension, you'll get water in your gas tank well before you suck it through your intakes. That being said, you shouldn't neglect your air box or CVT exhaust, as these areas are also susceptible to water and mud. Running a large lift and tall tires can help when mudding, but if you use your rig like a boat, a quality Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kit from a company like Triangle ATV or SYA can't be beat. These snorkel kits and similar setups for the Kawasaki Teryx have a clean install, and can be modified depending on your needs. You can have the snorkel tubes come out between the rear seats if you own the Teryx 4, and to avoid pumping excess heat into the cabin, you can run the CVT exhaust to the rear. Regardless of whether you've got a cab enclosure, a rear bench seat, or any other aftermarket modifications, we've got a snorkel kit that will work perfectly with your setup here at Everything Kawasaki Offroad!

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If you intend to do a lot of water riding, mud ripping, or sand dune skimming in your off-road side-by-side, Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kits are must-have accessories to run. Some riders opt to remove the catalytic converter from their muffler, which forces them to throttle it through the deep stuff so that the exhaust pipe doesn’t become inundated with muck. But the exhaust isn't the only place where water and mud can wreak havoc. The fuel tank vent line, for example, is located way too low for water hazards, and without a Kawasaki Teryx snorkel or a vent line extension, you'll get water in your gas tank well before you suck it through your air intakes. That being said, you shouldn't neglect your air box or CVT exhaust, as these are areas that are also susceptible to water and mud damage. Running a large lift and tall tires can help when mudding, but if you use your rig like a boat or submarine, a quality Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kit from a company like Triangle ATV or SYA can't be beat. 

These snorkel kits and similar snorkel setups for the Kawasaki Teryx have a clean and worry-free install, and they can be modified in various ways to better suit your personal needs. You can have your Kawasaki Teryx 4 snorkel tubes come out between the rear seats if you own the four-door edition of the Kawasaki Teryx / KRX, and to avoid pumping excess heat into the cabin, you can run your Kawasaki Teryx CVT exhaust snorkel out towards the rear. Regardless of whether you've already got accessories like cab enclosures, rear bench seats, and bed cargo boxes installed around, inside, and on your rig, we've got a snorkel kit that’ll sync perfectly with your unique setup as well as any aftermarket modifications you’ve made to your machine!

When preparing your side-by-side for wet and muddy conditions, make sure to snorkel your differential lines and the radiator breather tube. Dielectric grease should also be applied to the electrical connectors, the ignition system, and the battery terminals when riding through high-moisture environments. And although the main electronic unit is waterproof, the EPS ECU (which is the small black box on the driver's side firewall) is not. So make sure to seal the EPS ECU with silicone or something similar to avoid water damage to your electronic power steering! From flex hose Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kits to accessories like Kawasaki Teryx blower fans for the belt, Everything Kawasaki Offroad has everything you'll need to waterproof any year, model, or edition of the Kawasaki Teryx!

While it is true that the products at Everything Kawasaki Offroad are fantastic – be it the 2008 Kawasaki Teryx 750 snorkel kits we offer, some miscellaneous snorkel components, or a 2014 Kawasaki Teryx 800 4 snorkel kit – but riders of all types, kinds, and dispositions visit the site for a plethora of other reasons. One such reason why riders buy Kawasaki Teryx snorkels through Everything Kawasaki Offroad is our fast shipping times, and another reason is the promptness, competence, and usefulness of our staff. If you need answers that can’t be found in our blog, simply give us a shout and we won’t relent until the job is done! It’s common for folks to need help with the Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kit install process, and we’re in a great position to do just that! Or if instead you need guidance about the Kawasaki Teryx 4 snorkel install procedure, we are equally equipped to assist in that regard as well! Getting the latest and greatest Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kit is great, but it’ll all be worth diddly-squat if you fail to install it correctly. So prevent moisture penetration and keep out fine airborne particulates with the Kawasaki Teryx snorkels and snorkel products from Everything Kawasaki Offroad!  

Products like pre-filters and filter tips like the ones by Snorkel Your ATV for their Warrior Riser Kawasaki Teryx snorkels will bolster your ability to keep the air filter, engine, and clutch housing both clean and dry. This is important when riding sandy deserts, but it’s also important when riding winter tundras full of endless powder! Unless your side-by-side was bequeathed to you or you won it in a raffle sweepstakes, chances are that you paid a pretty penny to join the fellowship of the Teryx owners. So why put your 4x4 at risk of unnecessary damage by not installing a Kawasaki Teryx snorkel kit from Everything Kawasaki Offroad immediately?

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