Electric and Clutch fan? WTF?

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  1. Jujharoo

    Jujharoo New Member

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    why not? might be overkill, but hey, cant be to caucious
     
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    LovEyDuBB OT Supporter

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    OMGiez!! SR20DET!

    Well.. the Electric fan is for more performance and this guy is obviously paranoid that his electric fan will die, because there are some forums that advise on staying with clutch because there are stories of electric fans dying
     
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    I see

    why not dual elec. fans?
     
  5. Headso

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    I removed my Clutch Type fan on my KA, and rewired the Electric Fan to become the normal fan!

    Gained Throttle Control, Mabey a few HP and it runs smoother!

    Good Luck

    Adam
     
  6. IslanderOffRoad

    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    i pulled a clutch fan and replaced with an electic on a 95 S, and it was the0 worst decision i ever made. The truck overheated often after that mod.
     
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    you shouldve gone with dual fans
     

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