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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-22-04, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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thermo fans

What type/size thermo fans do you guys use on your engine?

Where/ how do you mount your copper wire /sensors to opperate your fans?

Any problems with leakage?

How do I determine how big I need a fan?

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Re: thermo fans

EL Twin Thermo's
the sensor is in the top radiator hose
its set to turn them on at 1/4 temp
works perfect

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Re: thermo fans

i havent got any yet, but ill be getting a set of EL thermos, dunno how ill wire em up yet, weather ill get the davies craig thermoswitch or some other kind of loom
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Re: thermo fans

BPT(Battens Performance Tuning) here in perth make a conversion kit for EA-EDs.

few people on the forums have then installed.. ,and barry from BPT was also responsible for the underdrive pulleys mass purchase/thread.

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