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> FS: A/C Compressor Kit, Mounts to top of Engine
post Oct 21 2013, 10:44 AM
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I'm offering for sale a complete kit in order to mount an A/C compressor on top of the motor which requires no cutting to the engine shelf. I've been running a similar setup for some time with good results. (See this thread here : http://www.914world.com/bbs2/index.php?showtopic=192917) The compressor mounts directly to a non-smog engine fan shroud with no cutting or drilling.

This kit includes:

Puller Adapter
Plated Pulley

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A few notes:
-The compressor is currently set up to run R12. In order to run R134 the oil in the compressor needs to be changed out. I can do this for the cost of oil.
-The compressor fits without any major cutting or drilling however there may be interference with the engine bay insulating pad so minor modification to the pad may be necessary.
-A swivel allen wrench will be necessary to install the pulley adapter.
-Cosmetically the welds didn't come out perfect as I would have liked so if I make any more, they will be at a slightly increased price. This mount is still 100% functional as is.
-This kit, in theory, can be mounted with the engine in the car with the removal of the front tin.

Price: $360+Shipping

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