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Ok, here is what I did. I ended up removing the adaptor from the k27S and taking some 2" radiator hose and putting about a 1" length over the compressor outlet this hose acts as a "bushing" and was able to put the factory up pipe down onto the outlet without cutting it at all and this sealed it perfectly, and by removing the adaptor, the height of the outlet was lowered allowing the IC to fit on top as it should. I will try to put a pic up. Fred, the bracket is not anywhere close to fitting, no matter what bending and slotting I do, so I ended up chucking the bracket. How did you end up getting the heat to work? I guess I will end up running some heater hose directly from the fan outlet all the way down to the header using some of those cheap reduction couplings you find at auto zone. fortunately I did not have the problems you had with the header heat outlet hitting the axle shafts.

Eric
Old 11-27-2007, 05:35 AM
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