Is it possible to have a hemi with ac in a cuda? Thought i heard mark say that no cudas came with a hemi and ac cause there is not enough room for it under the hood? Does anyone have a ac hemi cuda? Thanks
So your saying i would need to get everything from the firewall to engine.... But everthing o. The insode of the dash will still work? Or do i need a new hearter box from a kit?As Mopar Leo said, the Airtemp V-Twin is too big. If you're saying you have an A/C car right now, that's great. You have all the factory A/C dash stuff and evap etc. Like he said, you go with different pulleys and a Sanden type and it will go down low by the right motor mount. The factory A/C parts are probably the most important part to having it turn out nice, so you can buy the pulleys and the other odds and ends or get the retro kit. It's just that in 1970 everybody had huge compressors so the 2 or 3 carbs being in a straight line were an issue. GM put their huge Harrison compressor off to one side, so tri-powers weren't an issue. Ford had the big York compressors and they were huge like MoPars was.
My cida is a factory ac car. I have the ac dash and vents but i dont have the ac heater box or anything on the engine side... Will the aftermarlet ac heater box hook up to the factory vent?If you are wanting to look factory then you need an AC dash (assuming your car is not a factory AC car) factory AC box with control panel as well as the compressor, the condenser, lines, etc. on the engine side. If however you go with something like Vintage Air then you will get a box and controls along with all of the stuff for under the hood.