[DML] High-performance radiator fans
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[DML] High-performance radiator fans

Hello List - I have been holding back on this announcement because I 
still need one more data point, but have decided to take the 
plunge.  I received some data that showed that the stock radiator 
fans on the DeLorean move as little as 1100 CFM (cubic feet per 
minute) combined when installed in the car.  This isn't that great 
of a level of performance by today's standards, so I decided to see 
what I could come up with.  The result is a very high-tech looking 
fan set that has a very clean installation, allows good air flow at 
high speeds due to the open architecture of the fans and attachment 
structure, consumes only 15 amps combined, is very quiet, and moves 
a respectable 3300 CFM combined.  This air volume capacity is 
uninstalled, with no restrictions.  The data point that I am missing 
is the uninstalled volume of the stock fans, which I hope to get in 
the next week.  These fans have been installed on Winged1 since last 
April, and have stood the test of a hot summer, long parades, 
Seattle rush hour traffic, and high speed drives across the state.  
They are great (IMHO).  I have uploaded a picture of the fans just 
before installation into the DPNW folder.  Search for Wings-B-Cool 
part number K4001DP on our website ($299.95).  Email me off-list if 
you have any questions, or if you need additional information.

Toby Peterson  VIN 2248 "Winged1"
DeLorean Parts Northwest, LLC

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