Speedway Steel Four Blade Racing Fan, 19 Inch
Universal Fit, Mechanical Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, 19 Inch Fan Diameter
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These four blade fans have proven to be the fan of choice due to weight, drag and cooling efficiency. Most modifieds use the 15" to 17" while late models and street stocks tend to use the 18" and 19".
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
This fan has a depth of 1 7/8" and all of that comes back toward the engine.
For consideration, Aluminum Fan Shroud Kits now also available:
For 22" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4020
For 26" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4021
For 28" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4022
For 31" radiator, fan shroud kit # 917-4023
Notes15/16" depth from water pump mount towards engine, 1.00" depth from water pump mount towards radiator.
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Q & A
Speedway Motors and Classic Trucks used an AFCO radiator in the ground-up rebuild of the Speedway Motors 1952 Chevy truck.
Pat gives some tips about choosing the right fan for your application.
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Speedway Motors employee Pat joins us once again. This time Pat is talking to the Model A and Model T owners, specifically in regards to Moto-Meters and accessories.
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Tim talks about a few aluminum radiators we have to offer.