Air Conditioning Kit, Aircooled Beetle T1 Under Dash Evaporator Compressor System

Air Conditioning Kit, Aircooled Beetle T1 Under Dash Evaporator Compressor System Aircooled VW Beetle Components and Parts Universal Air Conditioning…

  • 010900001

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£789.99

Air Conditioning Kit, Aircooled Beetle T1 Under Dash Evaporator Compressor System

Aircooled VW Beetle Components and Parts

Universal Air Conditioning system designed to fit the range of aircooled VW T1 Beetle/ Ghia motors and body style. Note this system includes all components to convert to air conditioning however some fabrication will be required for the mounting brackets for the compressor unit to the engine.

Kit Includes:

  • SD Sanden Type 2A Groove 12v
  • Condenser Parallel Flow
  • (2x) 12X16in (18mm Core Depth) 4 Rails Aluminium (No mounting brackets)
  • Evaporator Under-Dash
  • 30 pass 4-way all Aluminum coil
  • Expansion valve 1.5 Ton
  • Thermostat and Rotative 3 speed blower switch
  • Mounting brackets and drain hose and T included
  • 12,700 BTU capacity 359 CFM (Real)
  • Hose
    • A/C 5/1"6 #6 - 10FT
    • A/C 13/32" #8 - 8FT
    • A/C 1/2" #10 - 14FT
    • W/Fitting and Clamp Filter
  • Drier W/Pressure Switch
    • 2.5x7.5" 3/8"M IO x 3/8"M IO W/ 1/4" CP ROI
  • Condenser Fan
    • 12″ Diameter 12 Volts 80W 6 AMP
  • Reversible – 4 Mounting Brackets included

Equip your vehicle with high powered Air Conditioning

If you have any questions please message

Note:

  • Does NOT INCLUDE Mounting Bracket for Compressor
  • Does NOT INCLUDE GAS for system (R134A.


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