Flex-a-lite Model 160 Electric Cooling Fan
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 15 Inch Fan Diameter
One piece plastic shroud with full contact rubber seal that maximizes air flow (forces all air through the radiator). Highest CFM rating in the industry for this size. High torque, high RPM motor draws 19.5 amps and moves 3000 CFM. Includes adjustable thermostat, A/C relay, and manual switch connections.
- Provides constant cooling, regardless of engine RPM
- Generates cooler A/C output
- Extends water pump life
- Rigid bracket mounting system, no through core mounting
- Entire assembly is only 4-1/4" thick
- Includes 160° adjustable thermostat control
- Amp Draw: 19.5
- Blades: 8
- Controls: 160° adjustable thermostat, A/C relay, and manual switch connection
- Fuse/Breaker: 40 amp fuse
Flex-a-lite Instructions (PDF)
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
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