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Old 08-27-2012, 06:22 PM   #76
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This what I like the most about it, its makes me feel safer laying into out on the street when no race fuel is in the car and if I get bad gas its not nearly as likely to knock with 30* cooler IATs.
i hear you man I'm runinng the stock block and would like to do so for many years but i know some day shit is going to happen, guess i'm trying to buy some time and keep on the safe side. so anybody does this installs in CALI i would like to get my chiller on before the winter
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Old 08-27-2012, 06:36 PM   #77
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Who's the closest installer to Ft Lee, VA? :P 1LE on order and putting on an SLP TVS2300 ASAP with CAI/LT headers and HF cats on the dual mode exhaust. From what I'm reading I can tune the car before this is added? Would it be easier to install at the same time as the TVS & headers etc? Likely going to have SLP install the TVS up in New Jersey where they are at. Thoughts? Thanks
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:24 PM   #78
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Be easier all at once but it can be later.
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:28 PM   #79
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Maybe I should check with SLP and see if they know how to install it. I suspect I have to have one of their approved installers though to maintain whatever warranty they might offer. I know you have it so I'd appreciate any intel you can offer. PM if necessary. Thanks!
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:37 PM   #80
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It is not real hard, need someone who can evac the A/C system and charge it again, but they prolly have to do that anyway, and other than some wiring and pulling the front facia off nothing really more to it after than just splice the water hoses and a couple relay mounts and vaccume lines. SLP should be able to do it, not sure if they will or not, just have to ask.
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:41 PM   #81
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Happen to know the closest installer to me in VA? I know they are in FL and I saw something about someone in NC but not sure they were installing yet. Think it's worth the $800 plus install costs(guessing $100ish)
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I would say its not $100 to install, I would guess 4+ hours so depending on shop rate.
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Old 08-27-2012, 07:56 PM   #83
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Not sure on closest installer. PM Dave (Trek GTO) and ask or he will prolly see this thread and answer.
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Old 08-28-2012, 05:01 AM   #84
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other than preventing heat soak how much hp gains will this set up give you. i have a whipple and the zl1 front fascia will the chiller fit my car
I have a different bracket for ZL1 that keeps the Chiller hidden but farther back in similar location. This requires removing radiator coolant tank. I’m offering 1 free Roto-Fab relocation tank that mounts on left side that I bought at CamaroFest.

We recommend 5 hrs installation but some first timers have taken longer.
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Old 08-28-2012, 05:13 AM   #85
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Happen to know the closest installer to me in VA? I know they are in FL and I saw something about someone in NC but not sure they were installing yet. Think it's worth the $800 plus install costs(guessing $100ish)
We have 1 year warranty on parts. I have a special in house $200 installation out the door. Phil’s Automotive in Murphy NC does installs, I can give you his info. Any AC technician willing to take bumper cover off should be qualified to do the install.

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Are you going to The Late Model Muscle Car event at Bradenton October?
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Old 08-28-2012, 08:14 AM   #86
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We have 1 year warranty on parts. I have a special in house $200 installation out the door. Phil’s Automotive in Murphy NC does installs, I can give you his info. Any AC technician willing to take bumper cover off should be qualified to do the install.



Are you going to The Late Model Muscle Car event at Bradenton October?
I doubt it, I will still be gone for work, unless I can get home that weekend, if it is early Oct. it is possible.
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Old 08-28-2012, 10:58 AM   #87
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We have 1 year warranty on parts. I have a special in house $200 installation out the door. Phil’s Automotive in Murphy NC does installs, I can give you his info. Any AC technician willing to take bumper cover off should be qualified to do the install.
Not sure I wanna put ~1,000 round-trip miles on my car to have this installed. LOL I'll have to do some research around here and see if someone is willing to do it for a decent price. Tear :(
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My Whipple guy just sent this pic to my phone; he took Bumper Cover off and insulated the cold hoses behind Bumper. Water was dumping off bumper when he was staging. He is changing his pulley to 12lb now with his new found low IATs. I will update #s after its tuned.

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Old 09-04-2012, 08:04 PM   #90
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Dave can you post a picture of the lines that he insulated and with what did he insulate them with. I had thought of doing the same thing even to the rubber water lines in the engine bay.
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I also got my A/C clutch replaced and saw a 8-12* drop in my IATs from before when we first put the chiller on. I for the first time on a 88* day saw 48* degree IAT. I have never seen my IATs in the 40's before and also a 40* difference from ambient to actual IAT*.
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My Whipple guy just sent this pic to my phone; he took Bumper Cover off and insulated the cold hoses behind Bumper. Water was dumping off bumper when he was staging. He is changing his pulley to 12lb now with his new found low IATs. I will update #s after its tuned.

I know we want it as cold as possible but water dripping off the bumper will get dangerous and prolly told to turn off A/C at that point. We need to figure a way to make this not happen.
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I know we want it as cold as possible but water dripping off the bumper will get dangerous and prolly told to turn off A/C at that point. We need to figure a way to make this not happen.
Your car has the cold lines under hood; the Whipple has pump and a cold hose behind Bumper Cover. Natural air flow dissipates the condensation on your car but there is not enough air flow behind Bumper Cover so water accumulates. Don’t look for problems, I would insulate hoses if I had a solution that looked good but so far it like Frankenstein.

You would be better off with the Competition Wiring Update. Your car being the first, I would replace complete wiring with the new. It’s much improved, simplified and quality. That includes OEM sealed relay under hood. Send me a check for $25 shipping handling and I will send you a complete wiring kit $150 value. Or come by and I will install it free. I’m much stoked about the new revision of this update; it works exactly the way I want. IMHO insulating under hood lines would be insignificant. It has to help but….
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I will come see you when I get a chance, Prolly be November though. I did have condinsation on my lines under the hood at the track but it was very little. The coolest thing was to grab the lines with the engine running and HOT and the lines were cold to the touch!!
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I will come see you when I get a chance, Prolly be November though. I did have condinsation on my lines under the hood at the track but it was very little. The coolest thing was to grab the lines with the engine running and HOT and the lines were cold to the touch!!
Thanks, OK I will be looking for you. Here is a under hood portion of the Competition Wiring as shipped.



Only connections under hood are + post, green compressor wire and 6mm existing ground. We use OEM sealed Relay under hood, Weather Pack Connector to Freon Solenoid and late model small Fuse Holder, all terminals are heat shrink.
The loose wires at the long end go through an existing grommet in fire wall with final connections made inside cabin to competition relay, switched power and LED. Only connections inside cabin to car are ground and switched power from Fuse Box. This makes for a very clean install.

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Good job Dave! Thats looks so much better than the original. Keep up the improvments and the business will grow.
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do u think these kits have any longevity with the motor?
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Old 09-09-2012, 12:23 PM   #98
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do u think these kits have any longevity with the motor?
Not sure what you mean.

I think they will help your engine live a longer happier life, just to the sheer fact how it will eliminate possible detonation, as long as you don't get silly agressive with the tune.

If that was what you were asking.
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My car threw/toasted the AC belt on the dyno. Builder indicated the stretch to fit belt will not stay on at the strip. Honestly,I'm getting tired of removing it when I go to the track and reinstalling for cruising. Opinion/recommendations. I am considering your chiller as a winter mod. (Sounds kinda backwards-lol) Do you have a PDF etc. that we can access or can be PM'd so I can evaluate if I can handle the install? Thanks
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hey bill im gonna look at my setup as soon as my buddy get over here to wheel me out there ... i will take some pics for u and send them to u..
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