Snorkel on a P'up

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NZbrad
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Isuzu vehicle(s): 1987 Rodeo (NZ name of Pup)

Snorkel on a P'up

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Hi all,

Getting my Rodeo (P'up) ready for a few adventures. I have not been able to see anything on others builds for a snorkel. Where I live in New Zealand is full of rivers so even on a easy off road adventure it pays to have a snorkel. This is the one I built.

I will put in a different air box once this Covid lock down is over. That inline one on there currently makes the induction sound super loud which would be cool if the power matched the sound.

Anyone else done similar?
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1987 Isuzu Rodeo (P'up)
LS, C223, 4WD
teener
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Re: Snorkel on a P'up

Post by teener »

I like it! Nice looking truck too.
The thing is, pups are seemingly worth more than gold over here.
While they are super capable little machines, I'd never consider submerging mine.
NZbrad
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Re: Snorkel on a P'up

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Definitely not looking to submerge it. I've drowned a Jeep before because a river that was usually a foot deep came up very quickly.

More of an insurance policy.
1987 Isuzu Rodeo (P'up)
LS, C223, 4WD
teener
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Re: Snorkel on a P'up

Post by teener »

I suppose you are right. Even a minor river crossing can create a pretty big wall of water. Have fun out there!
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