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Old 05-07-2008, 01:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Turn on the ac, try and take off and notice I need a hell of allot more gas to get rolling in first... strange? fixable?
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the ac puts more strain on the motor
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ya but should it be sooo much strain to where im pretty much taking off at around 2,000 rpm
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allot of people complain about the ac stealing power
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Ya, it seems like with our car, the smallest things over exadurate power loss and gains,,
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Old 05-07-2008, 03:36 PM   #6 (permalink)
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That's why I never use it. I will only use it if the temperature gets 98 degress and above. Till then windows down all the way.
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There is a way to help that out tho. Grounding kit and VS helps it so much.
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A full under drive pulley system would help alot too. But i think all we have is Kinky's
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got a grounding kit but whats VS?
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yea. the a/c on every small displacement car bogs the car down. i'm thinking about taking it off completely....the thing is, the front defogger/defroster uses the a/c, which drys the air in the cabin and prevents frosting of the inside....trust me, its the WORST
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