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Old 12-03-2011
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I want to elimate my stock belt-driven radiator fan

Hello to all. I am seeking advise about eliminating my stock belt-driven radiator fan in an effort to free up some horsepower. Any advise/suggestions about how to go about this?
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Search around a little... there's lots of info on electric fans on here!

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How To: Electric Fan 2 Speed w/ AC
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