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Has anyone had to move air conditioning components for turbo?

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Old 10-04-2013, 09:46 PM
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Default Has anyone had to move air conditioning components for turbo?

Hi folks. This is only my second post here but I've been around for a few years taking everything in. I may need to move this to a different area but since it's in relation to a turbo build I thought I'd ask here first.

I have a 2001 Blazer ZR2. I'm going through the marine intake swap and putting the exhaust components from a Typhoon on. I'm following UR50SLO's thread information as well as some from other sources.

What I'm running into that no one else seems to have run into is the air conditioning is right where the turbo needs to mount. It's just the rigid pipe that runs between the evaporator and the condenser and has the valve for gauges and filling.

I'm not familiar with messing with the A/C components so I'm going to ask if anyone else had to do this and if so, how did you handle it?

Thanks,
Ryan
 
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UR50SLO built mine all the a/c components are stock
 
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