Yes, it looks like the base NAS unit you can buy from Ashcroft of RN. They added leather and A/CAre you referring to an NAS style center console or has Jonathan come up with something for the shift/TC area that interfaces with the dash?? I saw his post on FB that shows a D1 trans used and then some sort of center console in that area.
Do you have a link to those AC vents?
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These vents are too small. So i just installed this Unit on my build. I have choked off the screen vents as i have a heated windscreen and wanted to minimize the air flow to the windshield. I haven't fully tested the unit, but it can blow really good on high speed. I live in a not so "Hot" climate so I am holding off on installing additional vents as the lower ones do really well even with a 1/2 inch gap bc they are too small. I can post a pic in a bit. I thought about running two vents on the side of the Mud UK dash.A guy on uk forums makes some lower vents that swivel, sells them in eBay as well. If you watch the MOD video, it shows the install using a muduk dash and lr3/puma style vents with 12v booster fans. They state the fans may not be needed. The biggest thing I saw, that isn't really an issue is that you need to cut a return duct into the passenger footwell.
I plan on running this setup at some point and will likely print up some dash vent pods at the knees that accept some standard LR vents. Whole kit is about $2800 delivered, or $1900 I think for heaterbox/ac unit alone.
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Ran around the back of the engine up along the starboard side to the compressor.Air intake is only from the passenger foot well (hole needs to be cut), wing top inlet is not used.
To hillstrubl: how or where are the low and high pressure hoses run?
Yeah, I replaced my OEM vents with swivel onesDid you include foot well vents ?
Air intake is passenger compartment only, I believe the rationale is that there are enough cracks and gaps that its always going to have a degree of "fresh" and this also allows both the heat and AirCon to work faster.That does look good. Curious though, but I’ve never been able to tell if these can use fresh outside air from the wing top inlet as the old units do. If not, what do you think was the rationale behind this?
That makes sense. Gaps for sure. Reminds me of the time Land Rover tried to recreate the Japanese “cat test” ;-)Air intake is passenger compartment only, I believe the rationale is that there are enough cracks and gaps that its always going to have a degree of "fresh" and this also allows both the heat and AirCon to work faster.