Connoisseurs of the "Fast and Furious" flick franchise often put the Subaru Impreza WRX STi from the original film at the top of their list of favorite cars. This machine did some mean driving out on that dusty desert road. It doesn't look like they made many mods to the car. The exhaust looks custom, and we would be willing to bet that, considering the heat and how they drove the vehicle, they had it set up with one of the great Subaru electric cooling fans available today. A Subaru electric cooling fan helps keep temps under control through all conditions.
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Keep your cool the electric way with a Flex-a-lite Electric Cooling Fan. By eliminating the parasitic drag of the factory belt-driven fan, your engine is free to produce more horsepower, more torque and less noise. Plus, electric cooling fans extend engine life and boost MPG. 1-year warranty.
Go low profile with your low temps—the Flex-a-lite Low Profile S-blade Universal Electric Cooling Fan. Measuring only 2.625” thick, this super-slim automotive radiator fan replacement comes with your choice of one or two fans to move up to 2500 cfm. 1-year warranty.
Put your powerplant on ice with Flex-A-Lite Syclone S-Blade Universal Electric Cooling Fans. Engineered for maximum flow, the Syclone radiator cooling fan line comes in 10" to 16" sizes and produces between 750 and 2500cfm. Universal mounting bracket included. 1-year warranty.
Send 20% more air circulating through your engine compartment with a Flex A Lite Xtreme Cooling Fan. Engineered for maximum flow, they're armed with high-powered motors and aggressive S-blades for up to 3000cfm. Single and dual models available. 1-year warranty.
Ice down your auxiliaries with the Flex-a-lite Auxiliary Universal Electric Cooling Fan. Used to push or pull the air, this cooling performance electric fan is perfect for engine oil coolers, transmission coolers and other accessories. Comes with or without adjustable thermostat controller. 1-year warranty.
We're always looking for ways to improve performance and one of the best we've found is to switch out your belt-driven fan for a Subaru electric cooling fan. This simple modification pays off in a couple of ways. When you get rid of your stock Subaru cooling fan, it takes a big burden off your engine. Your engine runs cooler and has more horsepower available when you stomp the accelerator. Subaru electric cooling fans also tend to help extend the life of your water pump. Installing a Subaru electric cooling fan from AutoAnything is a "win-win-win" situation.