Get the march eliminator kit, have the system professionally deserviced (don't want he enviro nazi's at your door), Pull off the condensor, A/C motor, and Evap. There is a kit that repositions your P/S pump to a more vertical position. As for belt size, it is in on the package. I got mine through Summit and they knew what belt as well. Not that hard, condensor is the hardest part, as a matter of fact mine is still in, when I have to get the rad out, then I will pull it. As for the core inside the dash, I left that alone as well, just capped the ends. Makes a good deal of difference how the front end lifts as well.
Umm, the condenser isn't THAT hard, I just leaned the radiator and shroad forward (toward the engine), loosened the holding brakets up top, jacked the car up, unscrewed the 4 bolts that hold the bottom of the bumper (mine's an LX) and then I removed the brackets at the bottom of the condenser, and pulled it out (first, however, I cut the AC condenser linves, and removed the bracket that holds them, for this, you can try to raise it up a little, it worked for me) feel free to ask any questions
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