When one of the storms was hoosing down I was working in the shop and the cruiser was parked in front of the shop under a 18 ft awning and water was passing the cruiser and blowing another 15ft in to the shop before I closed the doors , heavy rain and strong winds are never a good combination. I still haven't seen any proof of it entering trough the snorkel but I have no other explanation , I have that big scoop opening in my cruiser so enormous amounts of water passed trough there direct on to the engine also but I am flabbergasted as to how that rain water found it's way in to the turbo inlet ?@Nostradamus I don’t know what the storms kick up on the NW coast of the country; the east coast & Gulf coast hurricanes are no joke. You can ride out a hurricane depending on your proximity to the storm and water/coast. The heavy rain/wind of a category 4 hurricane can easily rip a house to pieces.
@joekatana Do you think a pre-cleaner hat would have been enough to keep out the rain? Crazy to think the rain was blowing sideways to the extent a snorkel and a roof wasn’t enough protection.