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cooling question by yons
Started on: 02-02-2004 06:48 AM
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Last post by: GTDude on 02-02-2004 07:09 AM
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has anyone ever use dual cooling fans on their fiero? is our fans pusher or pullers? if you have apics of the dual please post them

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All fans that I know of of pullers because, if not, they would be pushing against the intake of air past the fan from the outside. I can see of no beneifit in having two fans. If you will look at the configuration as is, you will see that it pull the max amount of air thru there now. In 1984, they used a 2speed fan which they did away with in previous years. Good luck.

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