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Originally Posted by baloo View Post
Mike,
Thanks for the write-up. I have been looking at electric AC for a few months for some other cars. What would you estimate your cost for the installation?
I know you said your entire AC system has been removed from your car, but if you have an existing system in place, would it be a simple matter of a plumbing in the electric compressor?
Besides the horsepower drag due to a conventional compressor, what was your assessment of advantages of an electric one?

Appreciate your perspective.
Thanks.
From what I've read you tear out your whole old ac system. condenser/lines/pump. Advantages are uses less that 1hp to run ac and moves weight to the front off the car off the rear and weights a lot less than stock ac. The blower is a upgrade as well as it's a twin fan rather than the single fan these cars have stock. I've done lots of reading ha

Here's the full thread on the 911 tech.
Classic Retrofit: Lightweight Electric Air Conditioning
Here's the site for the ac.. maybe the dollar will keep strengthening and give us a discount!
https://www.classicretrofit.com/products/air-conditioning-kit-for-classic-911-full-kit
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