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Recover 27HP and boost your fuel mileage by 6% just by eliminating your stock clutch fan assembly and replacing it with this direct replacement electric cooling fan.
- Dual 15" S-blades from 6,200 CFM!
- Dyno tests show a gain of 27 additional horsepower
- Improved Torque
- Quicker Cooling Response
- Quicker Engine Warm Up
- Brushed Aluminum Shroud
- Direct Fit, Bolt-On Installation
- Variable Speed Controller (varies fan speed from 60-100%)
- Height (inches): 30 in.
- Width (inches): 26 1/2 in.
- Depth (inches): 4-1/4 in.
- Depth (rounded up): 5 in.
- Air Flow (cfm): 6,200
- Fan Diameter (inches): Dual 15 in.
- Number of Blades: 8
- Amperage Draw: 36
- Fuse Rating (amp): 50 Amp Circuit Breaker
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will this fit a 2003 ford van e350?
This unit will not.
Will the 272 fan assy work on a F350 7.3 that is used as a heavy hauler and keep up with engine load??
I find that you have to dynamite the fan on when pulling a trailer up hills. If overheating, you can pull over, open hood with fans on and it will cool. The manual says this assembly is not for pulling heavy loads (severe service).
What do they consider as server service? I pull up to 20,000 on any given day. Most days I’m under 10,000. My larger trailer is 16,000 pound enclosed. I live in south Louisiana let’s just say it gets hot here. It would be awesome to save that much fuel for me. I drive about 60,000 a year.?
I would not recommend this product for a truck in your scenario. We have found that electric fans, while help pick up some power, do not provide enough cooling for trucks that tow heavy. I would stick with the stock fan and make sure your fan clutch and water pump are working properly. Beyond that, an all aluminum radiator from Mishimoto can help with coolant temps. -Ben