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Old 01-03-2011, 09:10 PM
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Is anyone running an engine driven compressor for their air ride and if so, can you please post some pics of how the brackets are set up on an LT1?
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Ill have one just havent put it in yet. Look at the bagged on 22s thread he has one too.
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This may help as Rockstar posted to save you from searching http://www.impalassforum.com/vBullet...+driven&page=5 post 163 has a pic.

for an LT-1 the brackets would be way different and it would take a bit of fab work, but I would recommend the same location for it.
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this is the one I have been looking at

http://www.onboardair.com/KE-26710.htm

they also make kits

http://www.onboardair.com/kits.htm
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this is the one I have been looking at

http://www.onboardair.com/KE-26710.htm

they also make kits

http://www.onboardair.com/kits.htm
That is a good link for this for sure, but I am not aware of anyone that makes a kit for an LT-1 currently, it would have to be custom fabbed, for your application on your car it would work perfect, but the LT-1 is a different story.
Also I was digging through my shop and I found a couple of compressors that I bought used when I was into minitrucks and I was going to make an engine driven compressor work, of course this was back when they just came out. Let me know if there is any interest in them and I would sell them pretty cheap.
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That is a good link for this for sure, but I am not aware of anyone that makes a kit for an LT-1 currently, it would have to be custom fabbed, for your application on your car it would work perfect, but the LT-1 is a different story.
Also I was digging through my shop and I found a couple of compressors that I bought used when I was into minitrucks and I was going to make an engine driven compressor work, of course this was back when they just came out. Let me know if there is any interest in them and I would sell them pretty cheap.
Thanks I didnt know that. Whats the biggest difference between the LT-1 and what I posted bracket wise? I am reasearching alot of this right now and I'll keep me eye out to see if I can find anything.

As far as your compressors, PM me what you have and what price your wanting for one. I am no doubt only going to install a brand new one, but Id surely like to have one to mock up the install and play around this winter until it gets nice out.

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Thanks for all the input guys, I'm pretty sure that if this many of us are interested in doing this we can find some way to make this work! The compressor that I have is not a York 210 but it does about the same if not more CFM as one. It is almost the same shape and size as the A/C compressor that comes factory on our 94-96 LT1's and I think it's a Sandensen. I got this one being that it's got a lower profile and the mounting seems as if it would be alot easier than the York 210. Let me know what you guys come up with, THANKS!
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Thanks I didnt know that. Whats the biggest difference between the LT-1 and what I posted bracket wise? I am reasearching alot of this right now and I'll keep me eye out to see if I can find anything.

As far as your compressors, PM me what you have and what price your wanting for one. I am no doubt only going to install a brand new one, but Id surely like to have one to mock up the install and play around this winter until it gets nice out.

Thanks!
I will dig them out tonight and let you know what I find, as you maybe aware of the York units back in the day when I did a lot of research on this subject for my minitruck, were almost non existent, you had to get used, I bought and I think that I have three of them, I will try to find them all and shoot you a pm for the price. FWIW they would probably work perfectly for your setup if you wanted to save some money

I will see if I can dig up some cross reference pictures of the differences that I am talking about and I will pass on this information to you.

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Thanks for all the input guys, I'm pretty sure that if this many of us are interested in doing this we can find some way to make this work! The compressor that I have is not a York 210 but it does about the same if not more CFM as one. It is almost the same shape and size as the A/C compressor that comes factory on our 94-96 LT1's and I think it's a Sandensen. I got this one being that it's got a lower profile and the mounting seems as if it would be alot easier than the York 210. Let me know what you guys come up with, THANKS!
Yep you have a Sanden compressor, not sure if the mouting would be any easier, I will see what I can dig up, I have ALOT of research buried somewhere on this subject from years ago.
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I started looking into this a bit, and I really think that you can get an accessory drive assembly off a vette as the A/C compressor and the alternator are on the left hand side in the engine bay, especially with the Sanden compressor, you amay have to modify the original vette compressor mounts for the compressor a bit and space it correctly so the drive belt would be aligned, but it may be an alternative, it could be modded for a York as well, I would bet.
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My friend has a '64 on air and went from a York to a Sanden, he argued with me about the sanden not needing an oiler and the same day he installed he just about burnt it up. So make sure with that Sanden you run an in line oiler.
As for mounting mine im gonna make a solid mount for the compressor and use an idler pulley to put tension on the belt. Also im gonna add a v-pulley to the alt so it will drive off of that. Similiar to this
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