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i was trying figure out how to cool this thing seeing how theirs know room for a fan between the motor and radiator and just happen to look at the AC condensor fan and it fits nice right in front of the radiator and the oil cooler .had to make a couple of backets and it fit very nicely (don't look at the welds i just tacked it ) the top of the fan has a flat spot on it so it fits right on the top in front of radiator and to backets on the sides

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I would not trust a condensor fan to cool the motor. You can get aftermarket fans like a Permacool/Hayden that are more reliable and more efficient.

I have 14" Permacool (19114) fans in the front of both of my cars.

I'd also try to put a mount in from above. Torque of the motor and vibration can move things around. Radiators don't take well to electric fans.

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get the best one that will fit. Also, Justin is correct about the A/C fan. It's an auxiliary fan designed to provide a boost over the primary fan, not to replace it.

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