The High Lifter Polaris Scrambler 850 Snorkel Kit for 2013-18 Models. High Lifter makes the highest quality and most comprehensive snorkel kits in the ATV/UTV industry.
There are no returns or refunds on any brand of snorkel - All Sales Final.
Note: You have to cut/trim some plastic to install this kit.
This High Lifter Snorkel kit contains everything you need to properly snorkel your ride.
2013-18 Polaris Scrambler 850
2013 Polaris Scrambler 850 EPS
Custom Powder Coated Riser Bracket to keep risers straight, evenly spaced and looking good
Rubber Grommets to hold riser tubes in place
1 ½”, 2” or 3” Risers - based on specific model
Heavy Duty Vinyl Tubing to route difficult locations where the competition uses think tubing
High Heat Silicon Hose in those critical areas where the competition melts
Bellows to keep water out of differentials and transmission
All mounting hardware for complete installation
Step-by-step instructions complete with detailed photos
*All kits vary, and some items may not be included.
Provides clean, dry air to the engine and other parts needing venting
Prevents mud, water and debris from entering the engine and clutch housings when equipped
Bellows allow the differential and transmission air to expand and contract without the need for long vent lines that can easily get plugged with mud or be pulled off
Each Kit is engineered and cut to fit your specific application
Why Snorkel? Simply put – The right snorkel can be the best insurance you buy for your ATV or UTV. The right snorkel can protect your expensive investment from disaster when submerged deeper than OE rated water depth. On the other hand, the wrong snorkel can be your worst investment and nightmare. We’ve seen countless units come through our shop with leaking snorkels
How could that happen? Snorkels leak for a variety of reasons. Installation errors account for a lot these. Many times, a do-it-yourselfer may get it right, but only for a short time. When pipes aren’t cut to correct length and things don’t line up quite right, many times the snorkel will prevent water, but only for a limited time, then the joint fails. One of the most common that we’ve seen is failure due to a heat source. When the snorkel runs close to heat source the snorkel material deteriorates during each ride. The material gets harder and more brittle, and many times begins to deform. At some point the material cracks and begins to let mud and water in. Less expensive kits rarely provide the heat resistant material to account for this. Our goal is to avoid these areas. This can take more time and more material but goes a long way to extending the life of the snorkel and the ATV/UTV.
California Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING: This product may contain a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm.