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Still trying to decide on a plan for my new 85.

I am leaning unlimitaly toward the low boost set up using the original heat exchangers so I can change back easly for smogs.

The alternative would be to stay NA and go with C2 cams & 3.4 P&C's for about 275HP.

W the low boost I get more HP and it would not take more than a couple of hours to remove the turbo, and put the stock chip back every two years for the smog test.

If I can get to 2550 lbs w Air & SR and pull 350-400hp I may be happy for a while.
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There's a little more room for the IC when using the flat 930 manifold. Had we been converting Bryan's car to EFI at the same time, there would have been tons of room for a massive IC. Then again, you're somewhat limited by the 911 grille's size, so no point in going excessively larger.

But it's possible with the Carrera manifold, too, stock wing or Ducktail.
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Just to confrim, with the stock A/C condenser?

Thx
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No, remove stock condenser. Get a new condenser, relocate to fender well with an electric fan & stone guard. Get that heat out of the engine compartment. The condenser doesn't have to be anything special, just one as large as possible and with same type fittings. You can usually source one, plus have the lines re-made, at a local A/C repair shop.
Or, get the Kuehl condensers from Griffiths already done.
You can do the big bellypan A/C condenser -- which works very well here in AZ -- but always be mindful of things in the road...
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Thanks Criss, will concider.

Yes, I hate the 3.2 A/C preheating the cooling air. Like the C2 set up much better. (Owned a 91 C2T with most CIS mods and a lot of RUF suspention...).

This will sound funny but the A/C mod might put me up a class.

Still, I am liking this.
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