penguins p6 3500

Demetris

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#21
In a car that the system is already installed, a modification to to R380 would require a new style compressor, a new filter/dryer, and new rubber hoses. Regarding the compressor, if you shop around there are opportunities even for genuine Sanden ones, while the filter/dryer and hoses can't be expensive. So if you want to retain it, the cost isn't really prohibitive. I agree that as it comes is ugly, and it doesn't look to be very efficient, but on the other hand it is easy for someone to come up with something different, according to his taste.
 
#22
In a car that the system is already installed, a modification to to R380 would require a new style compressor, a new filter/dryer, and new rubber hoses. Regarding the compressor, if you shop around there are opportunities even for genuine Sanden ones, while the filter/dryer and hoses can't be expensive. So if you want to retain it, the cost isn't really prohibitive. I agree that as it comes is ugly, and it doesn't look to be very efficient, but on the other hand it is easy for someone to come up with something different, according to his taste.

thanks but to be honest im just going to remove it, it really isnt hot enough to warrant having AC on a car which wil only get occasional use
 
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