This past weekend I found out just how low the air/clutch intakes are on my new-to-me Arctic Cat Prowler. The water we encountered was very dirty so I've opted to tear down to the point where I can remove the belt housing cover and also get at the airbox. The machine ran just fine after the water rescue, although there was noticeable belt slippage. Is there anything other than the airbox and clutch I should look at it to ensure I don't encounter any long-term damage?

Thanks in advance for the assistance.