Re: Electric Fan Question
Well that makes since. I really have never had good luck with electric fans. My Elky had a fan that covered the entire radiator, now that I have went back and looked at pics. And it was a flex a lite. Well looks like my experiment is going to be a fail when the heat returns. I know I had a big electric fan on my 93 Mustang GT, no shroud though. The car had a 512 lift cam, edelbrock alluminum heads, intake, tb maf 24lb injectors and Hooker LT's. It never ran hotter then 190 on the hottest of days with the a/c on full blast with stock fan. I swapped over to this fan in late january of 08 right before autorama here, because I wanted the cleanest look possible. I had planed on driving it the 1 hr drive, but after a few test runs, it started running hot, causing my clutch cable to heat and I ended up having to spend 100.00 that we didnt have just to make it to the show. Actually when I got there, on set up day, I swapped the fans out for look, and the night awards were given out, I swapped it back during the show lol. When I took my elky to Super Chevy last year It was a 1 hr drive and it did ok going there, but on the way back, it was 105, and I saw it stay around 210 the whole way back. I may just put a flex a lite non electric fan on the car. I just hate the look of that ugly metal fan.
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