Re: A/C Work On Gen 1
Having just completed my A/C work with R134a, it cost me about $9/can at Walmart. But I do plan to move forward with re-evacuating and re-charging my system with Duster Freon, R152a. I understand that most producers of duster canned air have added something foul smelling in the mix to deter idiots from inhaling it. But, I also understand that you can order duster without the anti-inhalant additive from Ebay, which is what I need to do, as I want "straight" Freon in my car. I have read the rx7 blog that you mentioned....very interesting, to say the least. I have read that the R152a is compatible with PAG46, so if this stuff cools better than R12 with less head pressure (i.e., better gas mileage), why wouldn't I want to be the first kid on my block to try it. I will post my results when this grand experiment is completed. TIM.