As if I don't have enough to do, as in make garage door, work on the new/used X and the never ending story B2.
My hot rod friend Gene calls me up and says,
"Hey, remember the time you told me to watch out for some electric cooling fans"?
I said, "I think so, why"?
"Cause I got you some for ya!"
"I'll be right over"
The truck runs very cool until you start crawling along on a hot day.
These fans are made to be on the engine side of the radiator, but since they're is no room unless I change a few things, there going to be mounted on the outside, but like everything else i want to be able to take them off very easy when not crawling around with the Atlas in low.
I checked the air flow when I reversed the rotation to push the air and they work fine.
Here I'm testing one of them with the polarity reversed. I'll do some shrouding of the fan also so most of the air goes thru the radiator.
My plan is to use both fans mounted in a way that they can be installed and removed in seconds.
I'll use a heavy duty switch with relay. Also I'll be able to cool off the radiator while the engine is not running, which will help a lot between rides.
Plus the small round one will be mounted directly in front of the B&M Supper cooler for the tranny.
Hey, they're free, why not?