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Thread: Factory A/C and Factory Aux Front Oil Cooler Line Routing - Anyone have a Photo?

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    Factory A/C and Factory Aux Front Oil Cooler Line Routing - Anyone have a Photo?

    My project is an early (#163) 72T with factory A/C and my engine will need extra cooling. Would like to duplicate the 1972 911S with factory A/C and front right aux oil cooler setup. Looking for a photo of how the 2 A/C hoses and 2 hard oil lines co-exist along the right side rocker area.

    It would be a huge help if someone has a photo that they could kindly post or DM showing the hose and hard line arrangement along the rocker area between the wheels so I can duplicate the factory method.

    Thanks!
    -Edwin
    Owned 21000163 (build date 7/71) since 5/82

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    I think I can help. I wish I had a lift. What pics are you looking for at this point?
    Peter Kane

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    Peter that would be wonderful!
    I mainly want to see the order that the pipes are laid out and get some idea of where on the pan that they are routed.

    Dont need a lift, just hold your phone under and snap a few i think.

    many thanks
    -Edwin
    Owned 21000163 (build date 7/71) since 5/82

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    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    Hi David,
    Thanks for the link - That's a great car!
    I looked closely and don't see any sign of the oil hard lines but I do see the old red refrigerant lines.
    Didn't all 911S's have a factory aux cooler? Maybe it was just a percentage.
    -Edwin
    Owned 21000163 (build date 7/71) since 5/82

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    The front cooler was standard S equipment from 69 thru 72. Starting in 73 the front cooler became an option. To the best of my memory when equipped with A/C the lines were split one to each side.
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    To add to the BaT reference…

    Engine compartment…
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    Peter Kane

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    Adding to the BaT reference…

    Driver side…
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    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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    Adding to the BaT reference….

    Passenger side…

    Let me know if I can provide any further details…
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    Peter Kane

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    Thank you all! Thank you Peter for the pictures of your 72. I feel confident that I can get my 72 built with correct hose and line mounting.
    -Edwin
    Owned 21000163 (build date 7/71) since 5/82

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