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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-01-2011 Thread Starter
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Where Can I Find a 3.9 Litre 2004 Mustang AC delete kit?

does any one know where to get an a/c delete kit for a 2004 3.9 mustang i can only find the ones for the v8s

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u dont need a kit to do it.. i know shinerstang has done it simply by removing the a/c and an idler or tensioner and using a shorter belt he'll probably chime in on this when he gets a chance


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That is correct.......

Take off the whole AC assembly and bracket, take your tensioner pulley off(reverse threaded) and put just the pulley where your idler pulley is next to your alternator. I have to remember the belt size. Will post back in a little bit. You then have an AC delete kit, you have lightened up the front end a bunch, and reduced parasitic drag freeing up horsepower.......

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thanks for ur info but let me know that belt size
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