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Old 05-19-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Radiator and electric fan?

My fan broke off and gashed my radiator.. So I'm up for a new one.. What should I be looking for and what kinda price am I looking at.. I don't plan for some crazy fox so I don't need anything too great.. But what should I stay away from.. 93 cobra 5.0..
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I would look for a good 3 core radiator and you dot have to but you could look for an electric fan if you want one. Most of the aftermarket mustang websites should have what you need.
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I would look for a good 3 core radiator and you dot have to but you could look for an electric fan if you want one. Most of the aftermarket mustang websites should have what you need.
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No most cases two writes but i would recommend a thermite controlled electric fan imo its safer just in case you forget to turn your fans on manually

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No most cases two writes but i would recommend a thermite controlled electric fan imo its safer just in case you forget to turn your fans on manually
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I agree! That way you don't have to worry about overheating in the event you forget to turn your fan on. Some people just hard wire them to a switch for manual control.
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