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  1. FFR Headers hitting stock A/C Compressor on 4.6L SOHC

    Ford Modular Engine Roadster Builds
    I plan on running A/C in my MK4. The engine is a 2001 4.6L 2V out of a Mustang GT. The FFR headers hit the back of the stock A/C compressor. As it bolts directly to the block, I'm not sure of a solution to this problem. Is there another compressor that will bolt into the stock location that is...
  2. is this bring a trailer builder on here?

    Factory Five Roadsters
    Greg Hoffman ?? nice setup with A/C! I'm curious about the A/C install and issues - looks pretty slick! https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1965-factory-five-racing-mk4-shelby-cobra-17/ https://youtu.be/bX374Q9xC44
  3. Remote Mount Electric A/C

    Factory Five Roadsters
    Has anyone seen or implemented a remote electric AC system on their roadster? I just saw this on Jegs and thought it would be an awesome alternative to the traditional belt-driven systems for my Coyote build. Are there other Electric option out there? I loved to know more about these, find out...
  4. Coyote Coupe with AC? Doesn't fit.

    FFR Type 65 Coupe
    Good evening everyone! I am working on putting all of the accessories onto my Coyote coupe, and it looks like the Coyote AC compressor in its current configuration will not clear the Mike Forte headers I have (BBK Headers installed backwards). I contemplated installing a spacer under the...
  5. 2700 Miles east to West

    FFR Type 65 Coupe
    I went from Philadelphia PA to Sandpoint Idaho via London ohio for the Cobra show. Prior to the trip I had almost everything set for the A/C system to be running. Of course I happened to be leaving just as the massive heat wave hit the east coast. So it was a little over 100 degrees with crazy...
  6. So my roadster A/C stopped working...

    Factory Five Roadsters
    You might think that air conditioning is largely irrelevant in an open car and it is--until you decide to get rained upon and have to dig the Whitby top out of the boot to the great amusement of dry motorists whizzing by in reliable machines designed in the current century. The top serves the...
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