Re: [DML] Fanzilla Clones
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Re: [DML] Fanzilla Clones



Marty,

> The current drawn by John's fan setup is well within the safe
> operating range of an ordinary 40 amp auto relay, with no need for
> overly complicated control systems. You can't even tell when they
> come on, except for the "cooling fan fail" light".
>
> PS: My coolant guage needle points to just slightly above the first
> mark above cold after warm up.

Likewise here. New 3 core radiator from Toby & John's fan upgrade, my
temperature is identical to yours in all conditions. Sitting in stop &
go traffic, 105 degrees outside with the A/C on full blast and the
needle never goes near the halfway mark on the gauge. Sits just above
1/4 most of the time and goes up only slightly in the above
conditions.

I also see no reason for a fan modules or circuit upgrades; John's
fans draw a fraction of the power the original setup did. They're also
extremely quiet. Compared to $200 for a Zilla plus who knows how much
to replace the stock fans when they die, I feel I made the right
decision.

-Ryan


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