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  1. #71
    Awesome thanks for your updates.
    What was the total cost if you don’t mind telling us.
    Cheers Kiwivan
    It is not about the journey,It is the style we travel in!

  2. #72
    Kiwivan,

    the parts cost was $2,300
    the charge from the A/C specialist to make and run hoses and gas the system hasn't been presented yet, but I expect it will be under $1,000

    Total cost will be a tad over $3,000
    I seriously doubt you could do it cheaper as I did just about everything myself.

    The Engine bay is SIGNIFICANTLY less cluttered and working on the engine is simple vs the factory A/C.

    Attended the recent Van-in in Wodonga and the heater worked excellently on the cold nights (my partner really feels the cold) and the A/C was fantastic in cooling down the hot interior on the drive back.
    both times, the fan was at the slowest speed and temp setting's 1/2 way - so I expect it'll be awesome on 40 degree days ;)

  3. #73
    Brilliant

    Cheers Kiwivan
    It is not about the journey,It is the style we travel in!

  4. #74
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    Did you have any problems connecting the ducting to the back of the oval shaped vents? What diameter ducting did you use? I measured the back if the vents being 90mm x 57mm. Was interested to know if you had to use a transition piece to connect the ducting to the vents

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