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post #1 of 4 Old 05-02-2007, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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has anyone out there converted over to an electric engine cooling fan? wondering if it cools well enough? easy to install? free up some torque? thanks.

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If you dont tow then it works fine, not enough HP gain for the cost but... If you tow I know of three people that have bought it, installed it, over heated and removed it.

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I dont have a fan, but I don't tow, the temp gauge in the middle of summer in Sacramento Ca, never broke 200 degrees. Cruising down the road @70 it stays about 185-190. April in Oregon with road spray it only gets about 160 at the highest sometimes. If you tow you might not get away with it.

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I dont have a fan, but I don't tow, the temp gauge in the middle of summer in Sacramento Ca, never broke 200 degrees. Cruising down the road @70 it stays about 185-190. April in Oregon with road spray it only gets about 160 at the highest sometimes. If you tow you might not get away with it.
I do tow a lot. 25% 2000lbs, 25% 8000lbs, and 50% solo.
I'll pass on it. (I guess there's a reason the clutch fan comes on and pulls hard when hot!) thanks for the opinions.

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