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has anyone done the a/c delete, and has anyone gottin rid of the smog pump as well, im considering doing both and would like some advice
 

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I've done the A/C delete on my 93 TA. I pulled out everything but what was under the dash, that is my winter project. You will have to get the 1LE A/C delete pulley to put in place of the compressor.

I have also gotten rid of all the emissions stuff. EGR, AIR pump, and misc hoses. This will set codes, so you will have to have them tuned out. If you have emmisions testing in your state I would not recommend it.
 

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Hey instead of buying an A/C pulley, you should go all out and relocate your alternator down to where A/C was...You have to modify the large bracket that holds PS, tensioner, alt, and A/C to accomodate the alternator, but it's well worth it to use taller valve covers. You also have to grind away a small (useless) portion of the alternator so it doesn't hit the sheet metal around the front strut. You'll put a simple idler pulley in place of the alternator when you're finished. If you're thouroughly confused by now, here are some pics showing mine:





WITH alternator = nasty


WITHOUT alternator = sweetness :devil:
 

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well, that kit sure does make the engine bay look soooo much better. have you ever had any problems from that? and where can i get one.
 

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SPs95T/A said:
well, that kit sure does make the engine bay look soooo much better. have you ever had any problems from that? and where can i get one.
Nope never had any problems. Of course...there is one problem: it isn't a kit, it's all custom. Of course, you'd have to pay a welder like $10 to do it :lol: Just gotta find a spare PS,alt,A/C bracket basically. Go junkyard!
 
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