Here is a picture of my compresser conversion.
I had a complete, discahrged AC system when I bought my Sammy, so I used the original AC hoses with hoseclamps instead of the less sophisticated 1/2 inch tee and lots of JB Weld. I have the other end of my hoses available if anyone wants to try this conversion.
The near line is intake side. I found a cheap oiler (the aluminum piece with the plastic chamber around it) so the compresser does not dry out. normally, the Freon has a lubricant suspended in it to keep the compressor oiled.
The far side (nearest the block) is the output side. It has a brass tee on it with a relief valve on top and a female coupler facing the firewall.
This picture shows the illuminated compresser switch mounted next to the dash dimmer knob. It lights up bright red when the magnetic clutch is engaged. The power comes from the cigarette lighter fuse.
I should put a pressure switch, but a pig with a one-way valve for the Melt may have to do...
Here is what my ride looks like today...
I reset the timing back to the "eyeball" setting to improve performance and mileage. I wonder, is the flywheel keyed? Maybe I have it rotated around one hole -- I don't see the timing markings on the flywheel at this setting!