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Hey Chevy dudes (and dudettes):

I'm trying a trick dual fan set up that a guy I met told me about. He stole a dual fan unit from a Nissan Sentra (that's all those rice burners are good for anyway - scavenging!)
and had one fan wired from the ignition, and the other to run from a thermostat or sensor at a certain temperature. How can I go about doing this?

Also, anybody have any problems with an electric fan burning out from running off the igniton? In case anyone wants to try this for themselves, the fans fit right onto the radiator of a 68-72 chevelle, and cost less than $50

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<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by yellowmalibu:
Hey Chevy dudes (and dudettes):
In case anyone wants to try this for themselves, the fans fit right onto the radiator of a 68-72 chevelle, and cost less than $50
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Dude
I'm still in my "I love everyone" mood tonight. However, your signature line needs a little work.
Your idea is really great but you pay way too much for the stuff. Check out some of the past posts in electrical. Been discussed a couple of times. If you need any more help just post down there after the signature change.
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sounds like a good idea, i have many different wiring diagrams for dual electric fans on my site, my question is, how much CFM do they pull, i've see most ofreign car fans are very small, and don't pull much, most everyone on here either buys the MarkVIII single, for the 95 ford windstar dual electric fan (which cover the radiator perfectly and pulls 5000cfm
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