December 18, 2005I just remembered that that shroud needs to also havea "vent" hole with a rubber flap. That way if there is excess air that may be trapped, like at freeway speeds, it can escape.
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December 22, 2005Dual 10 or 12 inch are better that one fan and a shroud is a must
December 23, 2005I'll show you the huge single, shrouded electric fan from Flex-A-Lite the next time we get together. Works great. I do agree that the first fix for the gentleman is to add a shroud and see where you are at temp wise before you spend a lot more money on other items.
December 24, 2005One thought I had. Look for fans with high CFM and low amps.
December 25, 2005I will learn to type real soon or is it spell ?
December 26, 2005You got it as soon as the rain lets up, we'll get the trucks out to play.
December 27, 2005What rain? All I see is the fog. Where's Rudolf when you need him?
I would like to see this setup also Steve. I need to do something with mine.
December 27, 2005I know that lots of guys use a toggle switch for these fans, but what happens if you are listening to some tunes during a slow cruise and forget to look at your gauge? I am a big believer in a thermostatic controled switch for the fans. Hotronics makes the best there is..better than OEM quality. This is not a place to try to save a few bucks.
I also have the dual fan setup and it is fantastic!
January 11, 2006Fan update, I just added some photos of my engine compartment that will give you guys some fan/schroud ideas. Check it out in my gallery
January 11, 2006Nice set-up Chris. I just happened to get talked into a large, single fan and shroud which you can see on my engine gallery shot. Fan is a Flex-Lite and the kit came with a theromstat which I agree, is a must have. Otherwise, you really have to have the fan running when the key is on.
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