[Es2] Fwd: Re: Scott J: Radiator Fan Upgrade?
pcschulz at comcast.net
Tue May 4 11:48:27 EDT 2004
Josh...from my archives....
BTW, you may want to review your approach -
-instead of upgrading the fan to suck more air through the radiator, which
is going to cost you $$$$ for a fan and shroud, you may want to consider a
more efficient radiator.
Mike Sylvester recently bought a dialynx radiator for $600 off the urq list....
Chris Miller and I have double core aluminum radiators, w/o the aux
radiator, the stock CQ fans, and flog our cars at the track as part of
ACCNA driver training
- cooling has not been an issue.
Granted the 3b installation will increase the demands on the cooling
system, but that can be mitigated to a degree by running a bigger oil cooler.
>>From: <QSHIPQ at aol.com>
>>Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2003 04:50:04 EDT
>>Subject: Re: Scott J: Radiator Fan Upgrade?
>>To: peschulz at cisco.com
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>>443959455N is the 7 blade fan. This is not a direct swap into the 7A
>>motor without the shroud from the ABY motor IMS.
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