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Is it worth $56 on ford racing?
 

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For less weight and free up a little HP, probably. But only if you know you won't want A/C. It sucks in the summer where I'm at. Lol You'd definitely want to do a complete removal of A/C related parts to get the full benefit. That pulley replaces the compressor, so you'll want to remove the hoses, receiver/drier/accumulator, and the condenser coil. You could probably leave the evaporator since its in the dash and would not be worth the effort to get to.
 

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I did it and live in Texas ,

Of course it's going to be hot

Take off belt
Remove Compressor ( 3 bolts )
Plug hoses ( Prevent Damage to HVAC Damage )

And there you go

It comes with hardware in kit
 

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I did it and live in Texas ,

Of course it's going to be hot

Take off belt
Remove Compressor ( 3 bolts )
Plug hoses ( Prevent Damage to HVAC Damage )

And there you go

It comes with hardware in kit
Is it still worth it though if you don't remove the remaining engine compartment parts? That would be quite a bit of additional weight loss missed if not removed.
 

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Is it still worth it though if you don't remove the remaining engine compartment parts? That would be quite a bit of additional weight loss missed if not removed.
Well I did the delete because compressor went out and had it for a while ( no money ) and then
Did my whole HVAC system .. Everything
And that was a pain, and honestly accumulator , hoses don't weigh very much.. All the weight is the compressor. But you can still take off lines and stuff.. Makes engine bay look cleaner
 

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You got a picture of before & after?
 
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