First off, I agree with some here that believe this is a joke. 3 people, op, neighbor, brother inlaw thinks this is OK. Figure the odd's of all three being so nieve.
With that being said, is it even posible for the Condensor and compressor to freeze up (like in the picture's the op posted) on a 99 degree OD temp with indoor temps as the op stated?
Pro's, please respond, jokes aside. I dont see how a restriction, like a LL filter, low airflow, or anything can cause this massive CU freeze over on a typical summer day and still achieve cooling in the home.
I've seen several ice monsters around compressors, but not on the condenser coil. I have photos of the testing of a five ton Goodman condenser operating with the compressor encased in ice.