Join Date: May 2003
Location: Eastern North Carolina
Bending AC lines - best practice
Obviously it's best not to have to bend the AC lines, but pretty sure given the Edelbrock tubular / shorty's, i will have to (the old lines look to have been bent). Is it best to install them on the back of the compressor first, then bend, or should i bend them off the car?
What have others done? I believe BallSS has my similar setup.
Thanks for advice.
'95 DGM Impala SS, 383, LT4 cnc heads, LT4 matched intake, Holley 58 mm t/body, GM 846 cam, GMPP 1.5 rr's, F-body MAF, BH OBD I PCM, LT4 knock module, K&N cold air, Edelbrock headers, Flowmaster exhaust, BBHP #73 6-speed, 4:10 gear, sloted and drilled rotors, Z28 cluster.
'96 Buick Roadmaster Limited Wagon, mostly stock.
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