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I tried contacting B&G with no luck. Their website doesn't look promising.
 

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Don't give up on CG. He was more than happy to custom make headers to my specs so if it's not a huge issue for them they may be able to do it.
What about making your own? It's not hard but it does take a lot of time..

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The website states that it doesn't for '94-'95.
From the on3 site.

"Many of the SN 5.0 Mustang specific kits do not allow you to retain your ABS or will require you to move it and make new brake lines. We were able to snake the intercooler tubing though along with our turbo placement to avoid any of the relocation. ABS with our turbo system WILL NOT require any relocation and will be kept in place with all stock lines. If your car has A/C, you will be able to also keep that in place without having to remove it to clear the kit. Also we did keep the power steering on the mock up car so all creature comforts can be kept in the stock locations without having to move or relocate."

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I see it says right at that top that the a/c compressor needs to be removed. That is confusing. I know they updated the kit for the 94/95. Some of the info on their site has been on there for years, like john ran an 8 with their kit and their shop car has 13k miles with their kit. So they don't do a good job at keeping things updated.

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MY son found a custom kit on FB. I'm good to go.
 

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In my case I would use the concept, but build my own chiller

I have access to all those types of components.
I drive a 94 cobra W/ HP turbo kit, Not sure they are in business anymore,,AC and Alt stay in place . Big primaries and down-pipe. haft to custom ac lines. I have an On3 in an 86 fox w/ AC,,,? no problems , custom ac lines, Heck I re-bent factory lines for the 86.
If you used early brackets/water pump in your SN95 I would think On3 should work.
HP turbos turned the turbo 90 degree and put air cleaner in fender. made some room that way.
 

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I drive a 94 cobra W/ HP turbo kit, Not sure they are in business anymore,,AC and Alt stay in place . Big primaries and down-pipe. haft to custom ac lines. I have an On3 in an 86 fox w/ AC,,,? no problems , custom ac lines, Heck I re-bent factory lines for the 86.
If you used early brackets/water pump in your SN95 I would think On3 should work.
HP turbos turned the turbo 90 degree and put air cleaner in fender. made some room that way.
I bought a used kit that is custom built for the '94-'95 years. It allows all accessories to be kept and no need for custom AC lines.
 

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I drive a 94 cobra W/ HP turbo kit, Not sure they are in business anymore,,AC and Alt stay in place . Big primaries and down-pipe. haft to custom ac lines. I have an On3 in an 86 fox w/ AC,,,? no problems , custom ac lines, Heck I re-bent factory lines for the 86.
If you used early brackets/water pump in your SN95 I would think On3 should work.
HP turbos turned the turbo 90 degree and put air cleaner in fender. made some room that way.
you use a mechanical chilled coolant system to reduce you intake charge air temps?
 
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