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Old 08-31-2015, 04:25 AM
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Hey guys I'm new to this but I have a 2000 Blazer LS. Already have a 2.5 in suspension lift and am looking to get a small body lift here soon. This is not my daily driver and have been using just for some fun recently I have come across the issue of high waters. Already once took water in through the intake and had a fun time getting it running again while in the trails. I saw on here recently about a homemade snorkel kit that some one made out of ABS pipe. I am thinking about making the same type of thing only in PEX pipe due to the higher temp rating. But the question I have with that is where does the air filter go? Can I buy a snorkel head that has a filter in it or would I have to find a way to pipe one in under the hood?
 
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Most I've seen use the factory filter. Seal off the factory opening and run the new pipe into it and seal around the new cut.
 
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