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Hello I'm New here. I have recently bought a 2014 Teryx that someone tried snorkeling. I believe it's done very poorly and only 2 in tubing and PVC. I'm afraid it's going to eat dirt and burn up belt's. Looking for some guidance. Does anyone have the factory intakes and vents I could buy? What about this 2013 upgrade I've read about. This is the only Teryx I've ever touched. I live in Polaris country. Thanks in advance.
 

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Welcome Dr Hydro some of the mud riders could help you out our 2014 always had the stock intakes but we're in the desert Mnt areas we never had problems
Look inside has any dirt gotten through the system and how deep of water do you ford
Good luck to ya that's a reliable machine hope ya have a lots of Good times
 

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Ya could order a legit highlifter snorkel kit? Ya could get on RCKYMNTATV and go to OEM parts diagram and order up all your missing stock parts. Good prices and free shipping. That's wat I would do as I don't want a snorkel.
 

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I would have to agree with Stormking. After all, once youve done the fuel vent mod, these things can forge at great depths with stock parts.

I have been seat deep multiple times with no signs of water ingestion, engine or CVT.
 

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Welcome to the forum by the way and congrats on the machine.
 

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I would order a highlighter snorkel kit and do it right, would cost u a fortune to go back with stock kawi parts
 

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What is the fuel vent mod your talking about? New here and to Kawasaki Teryx.Have 2019 2 seater I just bought
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What is the fuel vent mod your talking about? New here and to Kawasaki Teryx.Have 2019 2 seater I just bought
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Look under your passenger seat. Not sure if it changed by your 2019, but my 2016 had the rubber vent line coming from the top of the tank and sticking into a hole in the frame. Pull it out and you will see that that is all there is to it. Because it sits low in the bike and is unfiltered, you can get all sorts of junk in your tank from it. The fix is to simply extend it up high near your roof and add a filter to it. If you search this site, you should find a thread or two about it. It is widely considered the first mod all Teryx owners should do and it costs very little.
 

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Like Hawk said...don't forget to add the filter...
 
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