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Old 06-06-2018, 01:43 PM
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Guys I found out my fan and shroud assemble is from a 1991 trays .It came off a 3.0. Does any on know what cm that fan pulls? Is it enough for a warmed over 302 if it's then my radiorewhich does have a few small leaks could be my only problem.
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yes that is one of the better fan assemblies to use, it should come in north of 3000 cfm
it will be plenty for the 302, that fan will also work for a warmed over big block.
the flexalite #31173 controller works really well with that fan.
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Thanks the info.this helps a lot .its great to have a forum like this one. Later FWB
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make sure the gaps between the body and the top of the radiator are blocked off, so the air is forced thru the radiator and it doesn't just go around it
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FWB ,will do. a good seal can. Make a lot of difference on calling thanks
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