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Old 11-12-2010, 05:10 PM
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Hi guys, Alloy Craft is proud to offer the following product for the forced induction Crowd. It is a heater valve assembly relocation bracket. The bracket mounts the heater valve assembly flush on the fire wall, it also moves the nearby wire bundle further away from the header and still allows the bundle to clip in like the stock bracket does. This bracket will require you to bend the stock Ac Lines .5 to .75 inches toward the passenger side.

Price on these is $35.00 shipped.

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Right now these are in stock, ready to ship!






To Install bracket.

Step1: Remove Stock heater braket, save all mounting hardware. The parts you will need from the stock bracket are, 1X M6X1MM bolt, 2X corse thread phillips head screw, and 1X stock cable clamp clip.




Step 2: Unclip Stock cable clamp clip by squeesing on rear and pushing through square hole.





Step 3: Install cable clamp clip in to Alloy Craft bracket, by pushing through square hole as show.








Step 4: Mount heater valve to bracket using 2X phillips screw.



Step 5: Mount bracket in car using 1X M6X1MM bolt.

Step 6: Route Heater valve controll cable to heater valve as shown. Secure controll cable to bracket by pushing stock cable clamp clip over edge of bracket sheetmetal.






Step 7: Install and tighten Alloy Craft supplied 4-40 thread screw through cable clamp clip hole and tighten lightly.



Step 8: Clip stock cable anchor to bracket, and you are finished .



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Very nice.
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I'd be down for this. Seems like an important upgrade for FI!
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How many people do you have now. I need one asap.
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I made my own, but looks very ghetto. no offense ghettocrxsi... LOL. Would be in for one of these too.
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Nice, I could have used one of these.
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I cut up my stock one and I have been to busy make a better looking one like this one.
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Originally Posted by ghettocrxsi,Nov 13 2010, 01:10 AM
How many people do you have now. I need one asap.
You should start selling these with your kits, it is a perfect match.
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You sir are on the right path... hmm.
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Pm you for group buy.
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