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Trevor at https://www.british4x4specialists.com/ installed mine. I'm pretty happy with it thus far, but it hasn't been warm enough yet to do a thorough test on the AirCon side. The heater is vastly improved over the OEM one however. The limiting factor for heat is what can the engine produce.

He used a MudUK console and these vents 2.25 Inch Black Round Indash Vent
 

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the results have been mixed. Full disclosure i dont have one. A local buddy has on on his LS3 swapped 90 and it just does not do the job. Check the other forum for a better review NAS ROW
 

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Trevor at https://www.british4x4specialists.com/ installed mine. I'm pretty happy with it thus far, but it hasn't been warm enough yet to do a thorough test on the AirCon side. The heater is vastly improved over the OEM one however. The limiting factor for heat is what can the engine produce.

He used a MudUK console and these vents 2.25 Inch Black Round Indash Vent
Glad to hear the heat is better! Which style dash do you have and was Trevor able to wire it up to work with the existing HVAC controls (fan switch, air mixer, etc)?
 

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The entire heater core is replaced with this new unit that does both, 1 set of controls does both. The fan speed is now a turnable knob, the oem fan speed control switch is no longer used. The blue/red slider and the up/down air directional slider is re-used with this kit.

A MudUK dash console was used.

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It can be installed without either the MUD fascia or Puma style dash. 2 ducting hoses run up to the inside of either bulkhead fresh air levers. Would flank a radio. Crude, but effective, def old skool look.
 
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