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EFI Ranger Snorkel...

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by LowdPypes, September 23, 2002.

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  1. LowdPypes

    LowdPypes Elite Explorer

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    Lowd,
    I'd be worried about getting enough air to your engine with a snorkle. Imagine putting back on the stock airbox, then doubling that restriction. That's about what it'd probably be like.
     
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    id like to know just how feasible that would be also. would the ex's engine be able to go completely underwater without damage being done to it? and also water in the cabin. i know that the onboard computer is in the engine compartment on the newer explorers and neer the floor inside the cabin on the older ones. either way the comp would get flooded, which equals fried.
     
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    JDraper Somewhat Functional Moderator Emeritus

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    Check out Lizardtrac's X. He has a functional snorkel just like that one. Works well.
     






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