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Old 03-25-2015, 04:08 PM
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Snorkel ideas?!

So since in tight on cash id like to build a snorkel for my 95 2.5 yj iv s3en quite a few options on mounting routing and lease expensive id like to see everyone elses homemade setups under hood hw its mounted and so fourth...let me see them pics and tell me how well they work

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Here is my custom snorkel. But realize that I have a 4bbl carb. Click image for larger version

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This is the plenum that attaches to the carb.
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The custom made air box that houses a conical K&N filter.
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And the air tube.

The size of the tube is where people make the mistake about building their own snorkel. Too big isn't good and too small causes the motor to starve for air. You need to know what CFM the motor needs and use the correct size pipe to get that CFM. Mine is a Holley 390CFM carb and it requires a 3" tube to get that.

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Thats a great idea id just rather not have to relocate anything
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Old 03-27-2015, 10:36 PM   #5
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U can go in the firewall on the drivers side and run through the cowl to the drivers side without moving anything
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