SVE Fox Body Mustang Coyote Swap A/C Kit - Review (82-93)
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Published on 2019-12-17
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SVE Coyote Swap A/C Kit
Ensure your coyote swapped 1982-1993 Fox Body Mustang is complete with the comfort of ice-cold air conditioning with SVE's exclusive coyote swap a/c kit! After thorough research and development, SVE has created a problem-solving, solution-based product by putting together an air conditioning kit for the ever so popular coyote engine swap. Featuring all brand new components, this is a complete a/c kit! SVE designed this kit for 1982-1993 Mustang's utilizing the KRC Power Steering Pump Kit OR a manual steering rack conversion. The main benefit of this kit is that the a/c compressor is mounted in the factory coyote location. SVE includes machined spacers to properly mount and space the 8 rib compressor away from the engine block to achieve sufficient belt tension and belt alignment.
OE Appearing Components
SVE utilizes several OE appearing components within this kit to provide a simple yet effective air conditioning solution for coyote swap Fox Body projects. These components consist of an a/c condenser, evaporator core, liquid line, a/c accumulator, accumulator hose assembly, and an 8 rib a/c compressor. By utilizing these components, the end result is a bolt-on a/c kit that provides an excellent fit and finishes, while simplifying the process of adding air conditioning to a coyote swapped Fox Body Mustang. SVE is proud to offer this a/c kit featuring brand new components to keep your interior cool.
Sway Bar Brackets
Due to the orientation of the manifold fitting off of the compressor, the front sway bar brackets will need to be removed.
Custom fabrication is required in order to run a front sway bar.
As with any swap or retro-fit, there are certain tasks that require custom fabrication and modification. Due to the orientation of the manifold fitting off of the compressor, the front sway bar brackets will need to be removed. Therefore, if you are wanting to run a front sway bar, custom fabrication is required in order to relocate the mounting of these brackets to avoid contact. It is STRONGLY recommended that the removal of the sway bar brackets is done prior to any paintwork. The best way to do this is to carefully drill out the spot welds, weld them up and then paint the engine bay. If this is not ideal, you can cut these flush and touch up the area with touch up paint.
What's In The Box?
(1) New Compressor & Clutch w/ 8 rib Pulley
(1) A/C Compressor Suction/Discharge Manifold
(3) A/C Compressor To Engine Block Bolts
(1) A/C Compressor Clutch Pigtail
(1) A/C Accumulator & Hose Assembly
(1) A/C Cycling Switch
(1) A/C Clutch Cycling Switch Harness
(1) A/C Stretch Belt
(1) Evaporator Core
(1) A/C Liquid Line From Evaporator To Condenser
(1) Orifice Tube
(8) Machined Spacers
(1) Manifold Fitting Retaining Bolt
Fits 1982-1993 Mustang w/ KRC Power Steering Pump Kit or Manual Steering Rack Conversion
Fits 1982-1986 Mustang when utilizing the included evaporator
Fits 1987-1993 Mustang
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