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Old 11-09-2012, 10:57 AM
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07 to 04 intake how to

New to the rhino i understand to get the best performance for cheap is to change my intake to 04 style. The only down fall i see is having to clean the filter more often, which isn't a big deal with me since i do it after every ride anyway. So after using the search i haven't found any pics or how to do this. anybody wanna help a newby out on this? thanks clint
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Old 11-09-2012, 11:51 AM
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The only diferance from 04 to 05-07 is the air tube between the carb and air box, I dont see how that would increase your power as yamaha found thru testing that the little air plenums helpt the CV carb respond better.
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The 04 center colum gets rid of the center hump opening , , so sum people say its quieter also
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Ok, That's why I went to an 08 center console.

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thats mainly waht I want is to get rid of the intake noise in the cab. I would like to do a snorkel up front but everything I have read says its hard to get the carb tuned.
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You have to go 3 in for of to work properly.

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I think I read a post from you about boring the vacumn diaphrame .020 is that part of getting a snorkel to work properly?
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Old 11-09-2012, 03:54 PM
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Yes, after instaling the snorkel if you still have slow throttle response you can drill the holes in the slider another .020. I've never had to go any bigger than that.

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Ok, That's why I went to an 08 center console.

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Mike, What all did you have to do to convert to the '08 console? ebrake?
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Well I dont ever use the parking brake so i just cut it off at the base.
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Well I dont ever use the parking brake so i just cut it off at the base.
That makes for an easy conversion!
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Well I dont ever use the parking brake so i just cut it off at the base.
That makes for an easy conversion!

u can use the 04 console and no need to modify anything
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