How did you route your fresh air lines?

Discussion in 'UTV Accessories & Miscellaneous Tech' started by JoeyD23, Jan 22, 2018.

  1. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    I am looking for some ideas on how you routed your Race Air or Parker Pumper fresh air lines on a 4 seat RZR. I am going to put hoses to each seat and am looking for a slick way to route them.

    I would love to hard line them through the console for the front seats or something but I don't have time for that.

    Here is how and where I currently have it mounted.

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  2. Rynomx785

    Rynomx785 Active Member

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    I also curious how people are doing that in 4 seaters as well. Considering adding fresh air for just the front seats.
     
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  3. 702sandman

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    Gavin over at butches just Installed one up in the dash area above the power steering unit and ran the air hoses down along the rocker panels so you don't see anything except where they pop out up to the final position. Looked like a lot of air hose though, so not sure if you loose air pressure due to longer than normal length
     
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  4. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    I think having 4 hoses on one unit reduces the flow no matter what. The right way to do it would be to separate them 2 and 2 butttttttt I’m running mine on one unit. I think I have a pretty good idea of how we are going to do it. I’ll share as I start in the build thread.
     
  5. JoeyD23

    JoeyD23 #utvunderground

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    I love the under the dash set ups. I just don’t have enough room with the Dynamix electronics to do it super clean and out of the way.
     

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