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Old 06-05-2018, 05:22 PM
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Does any one have any info. On Tarus fans for cooling problems .MotorHead said he though where were some threads on it. can't seem to find any. Thanks Bulldog.
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Does any one have any info. On Tarus fans for cooling problems .MotorHead said he though where were some threads on it. can't seem to find any. Thanks Bulldog.
Try "Taurus" and see what you find.
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I have one in mine... What do you want to know??
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I run one and use it with a Volvo relay and a BMW dual temp sender...simple and works great!
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Bulldog: use search function on top of "portal" page. just type in taurus or taurus fan and hit GO. you must be logged in for this feature. My postings are in with the thread by Phil Minotti, #10 from top. Titled :Taurus fan in a Kirkham,

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Old 06-06-2018, 11:51 AM
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Thanks everyone for info. I got to get this thing back on the road! And get it cooling better.
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Old 06-06-2018, 12:07 PM
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Undy , thanks for reply. Just would like to know what size fan you used on what size radd how difficult job it s any help would be appreciated Thanks.
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In my CR with a big block I used a fan out of a 1995 Ford Thunderbird that came with the V-8 and air conditioning. I never have a cooling problem in my CR. I had to cut some of the tabs off to make it fit but it did slide right in. Awesome fan. More powerful than the Taurus. Good Luck.
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The high volume Taurus fan that's needed comes out of a 90-91 Taurus with the 3.8 in it. The 3.0 motor has a smaller (less CFM) fan in it. The correct fan is 17", while the "really powerful" fan comes in the Lincoln LSC. It's a 18" fan but it typically is too big for most Cobras. The integral fan shroud, depending on application, will require some shroud carving for a custom fit.
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Thanks Studi and undy, great ininfo.just what I need to know.
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