Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fans
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- Eliminates the parasitic drag of factory belt-driven fans
- Cranks up your engine's horsepower and torque
- Allows for quicker warm ups and cool downs
- Extends water pump life
- Quieter than conventional belt-driven fans
- Improves air conditioner performance
- Bolsters fuel mileage
- Your Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fan is backed by a 1-year warranty
There are lots of ways to make your ride cool, but you gotta keep it cool to take the win. That's where Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fans come in. Expertly crafted, Flex-a-lite fans bolt right in place of those power-robbing factory blades.
Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fans eliminate the dreaded parasitic drag of the factory belt-driven fan. So instead of wasting precious energy on turning a fan, your engine is free to produce more horsepower and torque. Plus, by running cooler, your engine benefits from an extended lifespan and quieter operation.
On top of the power benefits, Flex-a-lite fans allow quicker warm up and cool down times which further bolsters performance. And, your ride's air conditioner runs colder, while you ratchet up the MPGs . Best yet, Flex-a-lite backs your Electric Cooling Fan with a breezy 1-year warranty.
Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fans Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Robert B (YORK, PA) Reviewed for a 1994 GMC Safari — Nov 14, 2014 4:20 PM
The Flex-a-lite electric cooling fan has worked perfectly for my van. Not only did it cool more effectively, it also helped the van warm up a lot quicker. It also got rid of the noisy clutch fan. Great fan.
Reviewed by Derek F (Berlin, NJ) Reviewed for a 2003 Dodge Ram — Aug 22, 2014 8:50 PM
The fan is well made. Install was easy as they give you very good instructions. Getting the clutch fan off my 5.7 he I was difficult so I recommend you cut it off at the nut with a sawzaw or hack saw. Now that the fan is installed the motor definitely feels stronger. My only complaint is my truck has both an antifrezze tank and a washer fluid tank that are separate. The instructions didn't tell me I needed an additional bracket until I was halfway through the install. Other than that 5 stars.
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