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Electric Fan Stuff

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Swanson52, Apr 30, 2003.

  1. Swanson52

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    i run 2 fans on the beast with the 454 and usually dont ever hafta turn them on. but, im wanting a little bit cleaner look at just one fan, so i will prolly go with aither a taurus or t-bird fan. the ones i have now are out of dodge caravans.

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    I have the dual Winstar fans on my 71 ElCamino.
    It was virtually a direct fit and am thinking about installing them on my Blazer. The Mk-VIII single fan is also a good mod, however, it is very loud. The 95 Winstar dual fans pull over 5000 CFM. Some of the larger fans may require an alternator upgrade.

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    FYI: The dual fans out of mid 90's full size Cadillacs pull a bunch of air (enough for a big block with a/c in a passenger car in AZ) and Corvette single fans pull a bunch also. Just my $.02
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