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post #16 of 20 Old September 23rd, 2010, 05:57 PM
 
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Vintage Air 11401-VUX-A - Vintage Air Slim Line Underdash Systems - Overview - SummitRacing.com looking into it myself as well, cool thiing is, this system is self contained and not very big, hope this helps!

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how dose it work
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its all in one self contained unit, i dunno how they get it to work being that compact but for $339 for heat and air running on 12v not to bad if you ask me, i checked the dimensions and it looks like it may fit under the rzr dash but it may have to hang over the passengers floor board a little

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post #19 of 20 Old September 23rd, 2010, 07:37 PM
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Vintage Air 11401-VUX-A - Vintage Air Slim Line Underdash Systems - Overview - SummitRacing.com looking into it myself as well, cool thiing is, this system is self contained and not very big, hope this helps!

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its all in one self contained unit, i dunno how they get it to work being that compact but for $339 for heat and air running on 12v not to bad if you ask me, i checked the dimensions and it looks like it may fit under the rzr dash but it may have to hang over the passengers floor board a little
That is just the evaporator/blower motor assembly. Not a self contained complete a/c system.

You still need the condenser and compressor.

Got to compress the freon,condense it, then evaporate it, for a complete refrigeration cycle.
And that evap is big for an RZR. The matching compressor would be a 5-10hp drain on your motor...at idle.

But it could be done.
Use that above mentioned evap assembly.
Mount a small import car type rotary compressor. Use the brackets/belts like the UTV crap alternator kit does.
Use a matching condenser coil mounted like the water to air turbo intercoolers up front, with electric fan. Do the refrigerant plumbing and wiring/switches/relays. And of course you need a full enclosed cab.
Good to go, RZR with a/c option ....

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they have the whole thing on there for 1200
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