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Old 02-28-2006, 05:36 PM   #1
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:47 PM   #2
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:50 PM   #4
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the 3racing one is real crap. buy a 5v fan from muchmore and make a bracket up yourself.
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Old 02-28-2006, 05:52 PM   #5
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Very true but he never asked if they were good.
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Which ever one you get $$ Just take the stock fan off, put a Novak or Trinity fan on it and wire it with a switch direct to the speedo (battery side's). The stock fans suck and 5 volts isnt enough to keep the motors cool.

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I picked up 3 tenths per lap after installing my Novak fan..thought I was in the draft at Daytona when I turned that thing on...Yes also wired to speedo with switch...
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Thanks guys......Learn something new everyday.
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serious???...if i get about 10 fans in my new ride ill be set

:::looking at novak site now:::
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what about r/c innavations are their fans any good?? http://coolcan.usmanbiz.com/site2/pages/home.htm
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What car is this for?
I have a 415 het sink on my msx and then a fan mounted with servo tape behind the motor. And that works really good.
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Malcolm at RC Innovations sells the cool can fan for just about every sedan out there.
I just received my the other day, only took a week from London to the US.
I ran them last weekend and they were awesome.
Best looking fan kit out there! Custom fit for each car!
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Which ever one you get $$ Just take the stock fan off, put a Novak or Trinity fan on it and wire it with a switch direct to the speedo (battery side's). The stock fans suck and 5 volts isnt enough to keep the motors cool.

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I'm comfused because the Novak & Trinity fans both run at 5V. Is it more effective to cool the motor through the can like the integy or cool it through the endbell like the new Corally fan? And are these fans for stock, 19T, or modified motors?

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I have two of the Novak Fans and they are 5 volts. I also have the LRP combo heat sink and that was a 5 volt fan as well.
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