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This will be installed in the Chevy 292 Inline 6 cylinder powered 110.
 
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Any updates on this? Would like to see final pics and your review of how well it worked out. What system/ compressor are you running for front AC? Is your compressor/ condenser able to handle another evap tied into it? Not an AC expert, but very interested in learning more on how to make this work.
 

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Did you ever finish this project. Was thinking about rear/middle row seat heater options. Poking around the web, saw this:

Looks like it could easily fit in a cubby between the seats. The 600W model draws 30amps on high.
 

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I have not installed it yet.
In the 292, I went with 6 of the XS-Power D5100 batteries, a 145 AMP solar panel and a 250 AMO alternator.
Both are regulated by a RedArc 50AMP DC to DC charge controller connected to a 3,000 AMP 120V pure sine wave inverter.
I set this up to run electric power tools and cooking appliances when camping,
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Have run a stand up 120V portable AC unit I used last summer that kept the interior nice and cool while parked or driving.

My goal is to install this in the Dormobile camper project.
 
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