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    1. #61
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      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      Looking good! Plugs look good.
      Thanks still have to get with you in a bit so I can get some assistance.

    2. #62
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      Quote Originally Posted by Motown 454 View Post
      Nice job fitting the A/c controller. I love the SC whine.
      Thanks. I am not sure that its going to stay that way. I would like it more flush mounted. But not sure I want to bring it forward and plate over the hole. Or open up the factory slot and get it to sit a little better. So far its in there and I did not cut anything on the dash. I liked hearing it too. But once the air intake was on then its pretty much gone away.

    3. #63
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      Been a bit since I have updated the thread. Things have gotten hot and I had to get to work keeping customers comfortable. Got the vintage air evap installed and the ducts ran. Installed the wiring and the dakota digital controller and sensors. Installed the condenser and got the lines connected. Pressure tested and evacuated the system. Charged up and tested. Blows good and cold. Just need to put the seats back in and start to clean the wiring up under the dash. Got the reverse lights installed and wired. Got the front spoiler installed. Got the Vintage air talking with the Holley so that the fan comes on with a call for compressor. Need to get the input commanding idle as well. Worked on the underside cleaning things up. Got to get the upper rad brackets figured out. Then hopefully its tune and driving time and get to enjoy the ride.

      Dakota Controller Fired up

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      Getting under hood back together
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      Compressor and lines. Might redo these later.
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      Front spoiler installed
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      Reverse lights mounted and wired. Will have to test when I get it outside and at night.
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    4. #64
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      Coming along nicely. Chin spoiler looks great.

    5. #65
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      Quote Originally Posted by 1965gp View Post
      Coming along nicely. Chin spoiler looks great.
      Thanks. Took it out today and did just fine in the low 90's outside. Never got over 200 on the temp gauge. Ac worked perfectly. Just got to increase the size of the heat excahnger for the supercharger.

    6. #66
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      Quote Originally Posted by Way2qwk4u View Post
      Where did the relay panel come from? I like that.

    7. #67
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      Quote Originally Posted by derekf View Post
      Where did the relay panel come from? I like that.

      From amazon. It was a kit that you have to pinout and install the wiring. I like it so far. Had to think about the wiring a little. I wanted to make sure it was setup so that the low speed and high speed relays were linked. That way they could never energize both high and low speeds at the same time.



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