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3d printed a/c lower ducts??

I tried the search engine for stefan australia3 and no luck. He has a neat solution for the under dash vents when installing the classic retrofit kit

can someone help me get in touch?

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This? https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3682611
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I know achtungkraft have their vents but not sure they heave the Classic Retrofit compatible ones.
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Bryan at achtungkraft has built the prototype for the electric a/c vents, and I served as his beta tester. The look and fit are great, and it made a significant improvement in directing the air (he even fashioned an attachable set of fins to further allow directing to the air right where you choose. The last I heard from him he was going to put these into production, so keep an eye out on his website for them.

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Would either of these work?

https://griffiths.com/product/tri-kuehl-vents/

https://griffiths.com/product/center-kuehl-vent/

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electric a/c

Quasimoto,

While thoses are good vents, neither are designed for use with the electric a/c system. The ClassicRetrofit's system uses the 2 channels in the factory blend valve located on the underside of the dash for different purposes - the back half is for a/c output into the cabin, while the front half is used to pull air from the cabin for recycling purposes or output heat into the cabin. Please note that this is the beta version I was testing, not the production version. The aluminum wedge is what divides the input and output airflow channels of the repurposed factory blend valve.

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Dave,

Try this one.

Kool'n Duct - 911 Under dash duct for better air flow
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almost the right idea, but the split in these goes the wrong direction for the electrocooler system, see the explanation above.
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Yup, that's the one Dave was looking for.
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ElectroCooler footwell vent / blend valve cover
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