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Old 01-26-2004, 23:07   #1 (permalink)
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roll thermos to ED i6

just wondering how you would install EF-L thermos to and ED I6
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Re: thermos to ED i6

Just did it myself a few weeks ago, You will need a set of fans, a thermoswitch (Someone on here does a good electric one search round), 3 relays, 2 fusilble links, plenty of wire and connectors and some coolent or water.

Edit do some searching and you will find bounty a plenty.

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Clutch Fan To Thermos


all you need to know is in that thread, but there are millions of others containing the same sort of info as well...
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Re: thermos to ED i6

It is a very worthwhile modification.
I have had them on my cay for 4 years and its honestly the best mod i have done.
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Re: thermos to ED i6

The BPT setup is excellent - they should be able to supply the whole lot (ie. everything including fan unit).
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It is a very worthwhile modification.
I have had them on my cay for 4 years and its honestly the best mod i have done.
i see u live near by me i was wondering who put the thermos on ur XR or if u did it urself and wat the approx cost would b involved if u used fans of an EF/L or atfa market ones thanx
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The advantage of EF / EL fan unit is that it pretty much drops right in where the original shroud sits (is same basic shape and almost all attachment points as the original shroud).
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i see u live near by me i was wondering who put the thermos on ur XR or if u did it urself and wat the approx cost would b involved if u used fans of an EF/L or atfa market ones thanx
I didnt do it myself, but i know people that could do it for you.
Factory fans(EF/L) are the best way to go.
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Clutch Fan To Thermos


all you need to know is in that thread, but there are millions of others containing the same sort of info as well...
It's a while since I've done anything electrical, but the way I understand it, your fans come on when either the thermoswitch turns on, or the AC is running?

Where has everyone else put their thermoswitches?
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Mine switch sits behind my airbox, the sensor runs into the top radiator hose.
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