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  1. michaelbach

    michaelbach Member

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    Put a snorkel on over that past few days and ran all my vent lines, came out nice. Easy job, I'd post a picture if i could.
     
  2. Hondasxs

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    Well well well. Congratulations on being the first to snorkel there 500. Now I want to see it going for a swim. Lol.

    Pictures - viewtopic.php?t=662
     
  3. michaelbach

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    Tomorrow its going for a swim
     
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    Would like to see a video of that, be careful she might get tippy when going deep!
     
  5. Hondasxs

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    Yes, be careful. It want take much for this to happen http://youtu.be/fiIlY16zHyQ?t=2m14s
     
  6. michaelbach

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    I might have some pictures coming. The pioneer did great, everyone was impressed. My mode button stopped working though:( anyone have this happen on a Honda before?
     
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    Be careful what pictures you post on here. If your dealer or Honda sees them and can trace them back to you your warranty will be NULL & VOID!!
     
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    hey michaelbach did you do anything to your electronics box under the seat when you snorkeled it ? I'm in the process of doing mine now . Any pictures of yours?
     
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    I'd like to add that for anybody that takes the occasional plunge the fuel tank breather tube is way to low. for mine I ran a longer piece of tubing up behind the seat back and then curled it back downward. This is easy to do when your changing oil.
     
  10. Hondasxs

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    I know you talking about a P5. But take a look at my Anouncement with the breather hose for the P700. viewtopic.php?t=1570
    This seemed to be a set back for many that gave them trouble after they were sunk.
    Easy and simple fix that will prevent the fuel tank from becoming a water siphon.
     
  11. michaelbach

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    I ran everything up front and rear diff, fuel tank, and there is a breather on the radiator fan also
     
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    michaelbach; how high did you run the breathers ? And did you do anything to your electronics under the seat ? Any die-electric grease or anything? Here's mine that I did tonight . It holds tight . If i put my hand over the tubes it shuts the motor off. And I drove around like this with it mocked up, and I didn't notice any loss of power even on the top end .
     

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  13. michaelbach

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    Mine is only a couple inches higher than yours. The breathers up front I just ran them up next to the display under the hood. Ones in the rear I ran then up just as high as my intake. I pulled apart ever electrical connection I could get me hands hon and put dielectric grease on it. And yours looks good!
     
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    Thank you , I put the die-electric grease on the computer connections under the seat . Did you do the lights and everything ?
     
  15. michaelbach

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    I didn't do the light socket itself but I did do the connector in the wire harness. I pretty much just folloowed the harness and where I could take a plug apart I did. Also if you end up riding a lot of water or deep water you might want to take the display apart and silicone it up. I learned the the hard way when I had water over the dash for a good couple seconds and the button on the display stopped working. Took it out got all the water out let it dry and sealed her up, no problems since
     
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    Re: Share your Pioneer 500 photos
     

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