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Whether you're hot lapping your racer down at the track, zipping through traffic on your way to work, or blasting over sand berms on an off-road expedition, the heat under your hood stifles your performance. Chill your powerplant and get a winning edge with Maradyne Champion Series Electric Cooling Fans.
Forget about engine-driven fans. Not only do they put drag on your motor, but they also barely spin while you're idling—that's why your A/C falls flat at red lights. Scrap that factory fan and step up to the Maradyne Champion Series Electric Cooling Fan. Because it's powered by your electrical system, it runs strong no matter your RPMs, keeping your powerplant cool and boosting your horsepower at the same time.
Though Maradyne Champion Series Electric Cooling Fans dominate at the track, they're rugged enough for off-roading, too. The motors are sealed against moisture, grit and grime, and the glass-filled nylon frame is sturdy enough to survive harsh beatings. Plus, they're backed by a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Michael E (St. George, UT) — May 05, 2011 2:44 AM
I use this fan in a off road application. I was running a 10" fan on the cooling system and upgraded to 12" size. This fan runs much smoother and quieter. The cycle times (on time) is much shorter due to the amount of flow I am getting through my radiator and the cooling system is where it needs to be now. Well worth the money.
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Asked by Matthew G
Jun 01, 2013 11:30 AM
2000 Dodge Dakota
Is it ok to opt out of a clutch fan for a electronic one?
Answered by Nathan S. — Jun 06, 2013 10:54 AM
Hi, Consider the electric fan an upgrade. There's a reason why nearly every new car has one.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Anonymous
Jun 06, 2012 2:40 PM
2000 Dodge Ram
Are installation instructions available?