Speedway Universal Electric Radiator Cooling Fans
Universal Fit, Electric Cooling Fan Type, Single Fan Quantity, CW/CCW Rotation, Shroud Included
- Help your engine keep cool by adding an electric cooling fan to your radiator
- Free up horsepower by removing your engine driven mechanical fan and installing this electric fan
- Curved blade design reduces noise
- Wide radiators can use two fans in a dual fan configuration for maximum cooling
- Available in 8", 10", 12", 14", and 16" sizes
Help your engine keep cool by adding an electric cooling fan to your radiator. Electric fans are far more efficient than mechanical engine driven fans because they free up horsepower and only run when you want them to (when used with a fan controller, not included). Plus, most electric fans can be mounted ahead of the radiator or behind the radiator (* Note 10" version is a puller style fan only- can not be reversed), with the more efficient location being on the engine side of the radiator.
- Choose your size diameter (10", 12", 14", 16")
- CFM Ratings per size:
- 10" - 800 CFM (Puller style only-can not be used as a push style fan)
- 12" - 1000 to 1100 CFM
- 14" - 1200 to 1300 CFM
- 16" - 1750 to 1850 CFM
Note: These fan CFM ratings are based on 13 volt input (normal for auto voltage) and on variance in motors used. Some fans may run better than others depending on your specific application.
Learn more about the importance of using a fan and shroud with our radiators by reading our tech article. Radiator Cooling Performance.
This does not include the male wiring pigtail. Part 910-12212 will provide the necessary connection.
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Q & A
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