I would suggest more research. Here's what I found: The SD7B10 Mini (in the kit) is a 100 cc (that's kinda small capacity wise) and is not an OEM piece. Some vehicles, such as the early 90's Dodge pick-ups and some Jeeps, use an 09 (90cc).
The late model Chevy vans that do list a Sanden SD replacement use a SD7H15 which is a 155cc compressor.
Like I said, more research would be required. I've done a lot of repair back-in-the-day but I know nothing about design. Vehicle AC design is a moving target. Vehicle speed, comp speed, air temps (in and out) fan speeds even vehicle color (thermal load) can influence capacity. Most are over sized most of the time and utilize accumulators or liquid receivers to handle the excess refrigerant during low load conditions. I would call Sanden customer service or maybe a distributor such as Vintage Air.
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