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Win the battle over water, mud, sand, and dust with the help of a Polaris RZR snorkel kit from Everything Polaris RZR! With Polaris RZR intake snorkels, Polaris RZR snorkel relocation kits, and Polaris RZR snorkel covers from companies like SYA and High Lifter, you’re guaranteed to get a high-quality Polaris RZR snorkel setup when you buy through a place like Everything Polaris RZR!

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In addition to Highlifter, companies such as SYAalso specialize in snorkels and Polaris RZR snorkel kits. These and similar snorkels don’t restrict airflow, and unlike cheaper UTV snorkels, utilize filters and other devices that block mud and debris while allowing proper airflow and breathing. So if you occasionally encounter mud or water in your RZR, snorkeling it may not be a bad idea. A UTV snorkel will keep your engine, belt system, and venting points dry, all while giving you peace of mind that no matter how hairy the trail gets, you’ll have what it takes to conquer it!

Keep your engine protected on land and in water with snorkel kits from Everything Polaris RZR. Keep water out of the engine of your Polaris RZR when you drive over large puddles or through rivers and streams. Give your engine a chance with snorkel kits that supply dry and clean air and vent the other parts that require it. You can get an HL Edition Riser Snorkel for your RZR XP 1000, a Triangle Snorkel Riser Kit for your RZR XP Turbo and a Performance Snorkel for your RZR-S 1000. Prevent engine clogs that lead to stalling, engine failure and ultimately, expensive engine replacements by simply ensuring that water and debris can’t enter into it. We provide you with the best brands in aftermarket UTV parts and accessories so that your rig can be outfitted with the best. Get snorkel kits for your side by side from Everything Polaris RZR.

Most mechanical parts and components of the Polaris RZR don’t like to get wet. And while some parts can handle a little moisture, other parts won’t function properly if they come into contact with liquids such as water or mud. But don’t let that stop you. With an RZR 800s snorkel kit, and RZR 900 s conversion kit, or any other type of RZR snorkel gear upgrade, you’ll be powering through those creeks, ponds, and mud holes without a second thought or hesitation. Triangle ATV is arguably one of the best RZR snorkels on the market. Upon first glance, this RZR snorkel looks pretty cheap, and almost seems like it would be easy to sling water up into it. But if you do your research you’ll see that it’s a well built unit and a great option for RZR owners. 

This is a great Polaris RZR 900 snorkel kit. But if you want a machine that comes with a snorkel from the factory, the Highlifter edition is where it’s at. Although you still may have to buy the HL belt box cover, if your main reason for buying an RZR is mudding and the price isn’t an issue, the HL RZR is made for the mud. Alternatively, a lot of people with Turbo RZRs go with a kit that raises the belt intake. It’s not a full snorkel system, but does work to keep the belt try when riding over tire-high water. Another trick you can use to give your machine better protection against water without popping on a full blown RZR snorkel kit is to use factory Highlifter risers. All you do is just drill the factory breathers and put a 6 or 7 inch piece of pipe down in — just make sure that the bottom of your snorkel is flush with the factory breather. 

A proper RZR snorkel gear upgrade is good, but if you’re riding an RZR, you’ll also probably want to snorkels for the intake to the cvt box, a snorkel for the exhaust for the cvt, a snorkel for the engine intake, and tubing for transmission, fuel tank, and front diff vent tubes. It doesn’t matter if you’re after an RZR 800s snorkel kit or an RZR 900 s conversion kit, most kits are simple to install and require only a bit of glue. On many RZR snorkels there is a drain that has to be glued shut, and the pieces of PVC need to be glued together as well.

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