A year ago I sent gilmore a email inquiring about a t3 AC, they said they didn't have a setup yet.
Pile- I have been thinking about it too, it's going to have to be a interesting setup since we have bellows on our t4 motors, and the space constraints of our engine bays.
No, actually it should be EASIER with a T4 motor, esp w/o any rear bar, but even the Bus hanger bar is designed to provide clearance for AC
You need to use a reverse rotation compressor and make a bracket, and MAYBE do a little clearance on the rear air duct
(The original York boat anchors didn't care which way they spun, the (EDIT out bad info------SCROLLs only run one way, most Sandens are piston based and will run either way)
The stock T4 compressor location hanging off the drivers side of the fan housing is otherwise "clear" with the T4>T3 swap, esp given a Sanden compressor.
Use the stock AC pulley in front of the fan to drive it.(front is front)
One place ( link below) had neat little all-in-one under dash packages that looked like it would drop in in place of the late factory fresh air box, does AC and defrost/heat (given a heater core)
It has connection for hoses to in dash or under dash vents as well as defrost, so you could likely hook it to the factory defrost hoses and even use the factory knobs to control airflow, and differrent AC freon line orientations are available.http://www.oldairproducts.com/catalog/h ... 31981.html
If I can plumb hot air into it from my front mounted BN4 it would be perfect.
MY main question is how the original front mounted condensers are set up/what size, and if it could be improved on.
I DO have the original under dash setup for a 914, it would probably fit the T3, will check today.