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Turbo cb7 a/c line swap

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    Turbo cb7 a/c line swap

    I wand to keep my a/c and have turbo in car so i was looking into puting an a/c line from a 94 accord in hopes that It will bolt up and give me the necessary clearance anyone tried it yet. I took a picture to show tbe difference between them. Im still running r12 only reason i haven't tried it.

    91 comes straight out and when turbo (14b) is on the a/c hose and exhaust are thousandths of an inch away i cant even fit a single layer of exhaust wrap in between.
    The 94 comes out of the side providing great clearance

    I know this is a really old thread to reply to but scince I ran in to this issue all I did was pry both of mine back about an inch or so with a pry bar. The aluminum can be bent a back with a pay bar as long as you don't bend it to much. I also had to bend the line feeding the condensor on my civic to make room for the wastegate dump pipe.
    I don't really like doing it but hey . I am cerious about the 5th gen suction line
    Green EX
    93 SE