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Hi all,

Anyone running the Triangle ATV stealth snorkel on their King Quad? I've been looking at their kit for awhile and more than once I've read concerns of the CVT exhaust and both intakes all together under the pod. Reasoning being the intakes would be sucking the hot CVT exhaust into the motor as well as the CVT which I can't imagine is good for longevity. It makes logical sense, but I'm just wondering if anyone is running this kit and has noticed any issues or decreases in power with this kit?

I'm also looking at the SYA stealth kit which only relocates the CVT exhaust up to the front of the machine as well as any vent line's, etc. according to the website, solving the wet belt issue. Seems like it would be good enough for the moderate riding I do, but if the full stealth snorkel system does it all and has no issues I don't mind spending the extra few dollars to be safer than sorrier.

TIA
 

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Sorry for the long delay, been travelling for work and staying busy!

I went with the SYA kit since I really was just looking for some peace of mind with the belt housing. I looked all over and it was really a mixed bag over all the atv brands about the configuration of exhaust/intakes in the pod and heat issues. The logic is sound to me, you're dumping all your hot air next to where you're trying to get cool/fresh air so that at the very least has to be pretty inefficient albeit maybe not catastrophic. Nice kit, super fast shipping and good instructions, but if doing again I'd definitely just buy about 6 schedule 40 pvc fittings and 8' of spa hose and do it myself.
 

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Did you have to cut the plastic? I looked at the SYA, They don't show much in their ad.
 

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Nope, no cutting of anything required, it really is a clean install. The only thing I did was rather than pinning the very bottom pin on the inner fender liner, I used a black zip tie. It was close enough that I could've wrestled the pin back in or readjusted the hose/tubing to come through differently and it would've worked, but seemed like a zip tie was a much longer lasting solution. I'll try and get out there and take a few pics if you want.
 
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