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Old 30th-April-2011, 09:02 PM   #1
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Getting ready to lay-out the heater hoses from my LS engine to my vintage air unit. Vintage Air states to put the heater control valve in the intake fitting, but they are using a smallblock as an example. Does anybody know which LS heater fitting it goes in ? The 5/8" one or the 3/4" one.
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The fitting closest to the rear 5/8 tube goes to the valve.
flows out of the 5/8 and back to 3/4




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Thanks. That make it easy since the Vintage Air Valve is 5/8".
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Here how i have mine setup ...my be hard with your headers



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snolan: What mount did you use for your AC compressor mount. The factory AC will not fit my sub-frame. I new have a Kwik Performance mount and a Sanden 508 compressor, but it is up high and your appears to be down low.
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Sanden 508, my whole kit is a S&P setup and yes it fits with the TCI clip perfect
and yes its down low, must be a Scott's unknown, sorry not a real fan of the high mounted AC.


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