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Electric fan conversion....

Has anyone heard of the electric fan conversion for the 94-98 PSD? I've read a little bit on them, and was wondering if anyone has had any experiences with them.

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post #2 of 4 Old 08-16-2007, 11:33 AM
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I am an engineer for Griffin Radiator and I have an aluminum radiator with 2 electric fans that we built for my truck. I can build a shroud with 2 Spal electric fans that will mount with the stock shroud mounts on your rad. I still have my stock rad in my office and I can fit the shroud to that to ensure a correct fit.

We do have this radiator and fan package available now if anyone is interested. I'm not sure of the price right off. I am also building an intercooler for our trucks this will be alot better than anything else on the market. We already sell direct replacements for the newer PSD's, Cummins, and Duramax trucks. There are several large companies now using our intercoolers and some are claiming they use them up to 100 psi.

Let me know if anyone has any questions.

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95 F350 psd, cc, dually, 5spd, 4.10. Banks Stinger Plus, Quick turbine housing, chip, pyro and boost guages on a-pillar, downpipe, removed cat and muffler. Griffin aluminum radiator with shroud and 2 Spal electric fans.
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There are several large companies now using our intercoolers and some are claiming they use them up to 100 psi.



To the OP:

Here's a few threads for you to reference

Dual electric fans?

Electric cooling fans?

Hope these help...
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i have never done it but i have been wanting to do it to my 01 psd

IF CAPS ARE ON IM AT WORK I CANT TAKE THEM OFF
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and some other small mods
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