[DML] Re: Lower amp radiator cooling fans
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[DML] Re: Lower amp radiator cooling fans

Paul - I have our own fan set on my car "Winged1", and I am very happy 
with the results.  The fan set that we offer has an open architecture 
that allows for better flow-through at speed, and the installation is 
very simple.  The hardest part is actually getting the old fans out.  
The stock shrouds hit the frame extension, so you have to loosen the 
radiator mountings and move the radiator forward just a bit to get the 
fans out.  However, once out, our fans fit in with plenty of room to 
spare.  They are also whisper-quiet because of the "S" blade 
configuration, and move 3300 CFM of air.  I just wanted to alert you to 
other choices to consider, at a lower cost.

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

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "sweetp01569" <paul.sweet@...> wrote:
> What are user's experience with the 11 amp (versus 28 amps) cooling 
> fans offered by SpecialT Auto?  I don't like that "drag" down feeling 
> when the original fans come on, and wondered if the less current draw 
> had much of an impact on that situation. Also, are they easy to 
> install?

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