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Old 09-14-2011, 02:00 PM
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the classic auto air is fine but the guy that packed my box was probably drunk there were missing parts and some extra parts that did nt fit . the condencer was for a corvette that's why it's not installed yet they re shipping the right one now other than that went pretty well yet I installed the kit while the engine and dash was not in the car that facilitated the job a lot. since I had A/C before I placed 2 cool air flex hose in the oginal A/C outlet with abs fiting the 2 others will be somewhere hiding under de dash I dont like the look of those outlet they have in te kit.
That's just great that you had a problem with them, that's where I was wanting to get mine You done the same thing I'm wanting to do, with the engine out and also the dash out! I'm thinking about (I got another set) the panels below the dash, brushed aluminum, cutting the vent holes in them and installing the vents there. Two per side should look pretty good I think
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My new plenum looks like an ABS octopus with outlets all over, some for heat and some for cold. I love how innovative elvis was, routing to the old A/C ducts. Having the dash out really helps but you get the idea. Nothing says you must use the new 'under dash' vents that come with the system. - Dave
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