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Quicktime and Air Conditioning

For those of you running intercoolers on your LX's how did you place the condenser. Without GODS hand there is no way mine will fit. Hell I'm not sure the big guy could fix it. I simply can not cut anymore out of the bumper.

Has anyone changed the basic location of the condenser and rerouted the lines to the dryer? My lines will not clear the discharge of my turbo.

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Tried and tried then tried some more untiull I gave up! My car even was converted over to 134a and I really wanted to keep the a/c but couldnt squeeze the intercooler, condenser, and radiator all together. I really dont see how it is possible unless a smaller intercooler can be used.


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not sure how much diff the on3 kit is compared to the quicktime kit is, but i got mine to fit..I did have to cut more of the bumper cover than i wanted, but it doesnt look badd at all..
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how well does it cool?

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it ran half way on the stock guage, driving it around for about 30-40 min..Then my c4 took a crap..It was the same day i had it tuned..It was about 90 degrees out..Im just running a alum raid, and stock fan..
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