Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fans Customer Reviews
14 Customer Reviews
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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.
14 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Brad S (Castle Rock, CO) Reviewed for a 2006 Dodge Ram — Dec 23, 2012 8:21 AM
Looking for more HP and increased fuel savings and am not dissapointed. Took a bit to get the old fan off but what an easy installation. Thermestat settings were perfect. Never goes over 1/2 heat range and feels like its got more low end tourque. Ran 3 full tanks of gas so far and averaging 2.5 to 3 mpg better fuel economy. Actually hit 18mpg combination of city and hwy. Normally over the past 3 years I was in the 15mpg range. Like how it heats up quicker and can barely hear it when it turns on
Reviewed by Christopher A (CHOCTAW, OK) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Sierra — Oct 20, 2012 3:02 PM
After I got the right kit for my truck, the install was realy straight forward. My kit was missing two insulated female spade terminals, but I had extra. You will need a multimeter or a power probe. A/C blows colder for sure. A little noisey but not major. Was worried about the power draw with my custom stereo, but so far have no problems.
Reviewed by Tim C (Phoenix, AZ) Reviewed for a 2000 Ford F-350 — Aug 23, 2012 6:07 AM
first off this is a very nice well built unit it installed very nice with no problems.they sent me a 272 insted of a 278 but after calling the manufactior the 272 has been up graded to fit all super dutys after I opened it noticed the instuctions say so. I'm still checking the gas milage but so far looks like 1.5 miles per gal better.
Reviewed by Mark D (Saint Albans, WV) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Ram — May 01, 2012 8:38 AM
Nice kit. Hardest part was removing the original fan from the pulley before replacing with the flexalite kit. Took about an hr all in to replace the fan. Wiring was very easy to hook up - I used a 12v line from an unused relay in the fusebox as an ignition control line. Keeps engine as cool as before easily. Fan speed changes depending on temp. Fan runs for a short time after ignition turned off. Says it is for hemi but does fit the 4.7 without mod. Leaves plenty of working space in engine bay.
Reviewed by Steven E (Clarksville, TN) Reviewed for a 2004 Ford F-150 — Dec 30, 2011 8:27 PM
Excellent product. Haven't noticed the mpg gain yet, but giddy up is great. For price and quality, heck of a buy. Install took about 2 hrs but the instructions weren't the issue, just the OEM parts you have to work around. Would recommend this to anyone!
Reviewed by Christopher H (Everett, WA) Reviewed for a 2002 Chevy Silverado — Oct 23, 2011 9:08 AM
The Flex-a-lite 282 is a great fit in the truck. The elictrical install was straight forward with no complications. The truck gets 1-2 mpg better than it did, but the main thing i like best is that there's no clutch type fan any longer. There's a lot less wear and tear on teh water pump now.