UTV accessories like Polaris Ranger Mid-Size cold air intakes deliver extra power… which is great. But if you allow dirt, dust, water, or all of the above to infiltrate your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intakes, that extra power will be for naught. So regardless of whether you’re wanting colder air in your engine’s combustion chamber for a power and efficiency boost, or simply looking to prevent piston ring and cylinder damage caused by grit and grime, we’ll sort you out with products that’ll make the intake air flowing into your machine’s engine and clutch clean, dry, and cool as a cucumber!
One of the most important aspects of your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake system is the air filter. If your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air filter is too porous, it’ll let small objects through. But if your Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air filter is too restrictive, it’ll block too much air and suffocate the engine. Because of this, a delicate balance must be struck, and air filters must be replaced periodically to ensure proper performance. Standard paper air filters for the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size are cheap and affordable, and do an excellent job at filtering out dust, sand, and other particulates. That being said, however, some riders prefer reusable foam air filters that can be washed after every few rides and reinstalled. Oil-free filters are also popular, and the R2C filter by Aftermarket Assassins is among the best in the business. The R2C air filter for the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size has a 99.992% efficiency, and can hold dust particles that are only 0.3 microns in size -- which is much less than one-millionth of a meter! Unlike Aftermarket Assassins, the off-road firm K&N makes Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air filters designed for one-time use. Although these air filters allow for more airflow, they also let bigger particles through, which isn’t optimal for those who ride dry trails and dusty dirt roads.
For some riders, Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake screens and air intake pre-filters might be necessary. For others though, air intake screens and pre-filters might still not be enough, and the use of a Polaris Ranger Mid-Size particle separator could be what’s needed. When clouds of dust and debris surround your vehicle, a particle separator will work wonders at preventing airborne particulates from entering your air filter -- let alone through the filter to the engine. Like particle separators, Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake relocation kits are also a good way to mitigate the eroding effects of sand and dust. Plus, by relocating your air intakes to a higher position through the use of a Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake snorkel, you’ll make it harder for mud, water, and snow to make it through your air intakes and into your rig’s engine and clutch housing. There are many Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake problems that can throw a monkey wrench into your plans, but with the air intake products from Everything Polaris Ranger, you can make your machine right as rain in no time!
Companies like Duraclutch, Quad Logic, and Moose all make Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake products that not only boost performance, but protect your rig as well. Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake reroute kits, for example, are a great way to keep the intake air cool and dust free. And as far as Polaris Ranger Mid-Size belt intakes go, the Polaris Ranger Mid-Size clutch and engine air intake kit by Duraclutch is an easy way to grant your rig added protection against foreign objects that would otherwise enter your air intakes!
For hardcore riders that either race or are super involved in the performance of their machine, Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake temperature sensors (IAT) are good to monitor the temp of incoming air. This information is taken in by the air intake sensor, then fed to the ECM to determine an appropriate air / fuel mixture. Aside from Polaris Ranger Mid-Size air intake sensors, you can keep oil and water out of your UTV’s air intake valves by always ensuring that your air cleaner box is closed. Fail to adequately protect your side-by-side from dust and water, and an expensive engine rebuild or replacement will likely result. So don’t mess around and quit neglecting your Polaris Ranger air intakes, because there’s much more at stake than a few extra horsepower!
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