Snorkel Kits

Driving through mud and crossing streams is one of the most exciting aspects of offroading. Let your engine breathe even when you are driving through water, mud, or snow. What better way to give your engine the clean air it deserves other than a UForce snorkel kit? 

Don't worry, you don't need to weld pipes to your intake and exhaust. At Everything CFMoto Offroad, we got UForce snorkel kits that are already built for your UForce. All you have to do is plug it in and you can enjoy taking offroading to the next level. Whether you are looking for a UForce air intake snorkel kit or an exhaust snorkel kit, we got you covered.

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Ever taken your UForce out for a swim? Unless you've done the necessary modifications, your UForce cannot ride through mud or water. If you want to be able to tackle these types of obstacles, you need to get yourself a UForce snorkel kit.

 The primary function of a snorkel kit is to keep the engine dry. We all know the repercussions of a waterlogged engine. If your air intake is under water or mud, it will suck in water. Via a snorkel kit, you'll be bringing all the important stuff above water level. So, you can provide clean air to your engine.

 Even if you are not someone who takes their UForce through water or mud, a snorkel kit will still be of use to you. Riding around definitely aggravates dust and sand. So, your air intake will be taking in a lot of particles. Yes, you have a filter to keep these particles from reaching the engine, but still, you'd be eating up filters. Again, a UForce snorkel kit will get clean air inside the engine even when it is dusty.

 A UForce snorkel kit also increases the airflow to the engine. With more clean air, the engine performs better. You’d get an increase in fuel efficiency and power.

 At Everything CFMoto Offroad, we got all the best snorkel kits in town. Whether you are looking for a UForce snorkel kit installation or a UForce snorkel gear upgrade, we got you covered. Turn your UForce into an amphibious machine and cross over that, river, stream, or puddle that was blocking you from enjoying the rest of the trail.