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  • SPAL Thermoswitch: Other Cooling Options

    Im in a pickle right now...I have a SPAL thermoswitch, but the problem is its very hard to mount. So i went and picked up a Buddy Club Adapter that would allow me to mount the thermoswitch on the Upper Rad Hose..unfortunately i would have to drill out the Adapter to fit the thermoswitch.

    So my options are as follows, and please feel free to add suggestions:

    Drill out the BClub adapter and restrict up to 75% of coolant flow( the switch sensor is pretty large)

    Or just sell the thermoswitch and run the fans like everyone else?

    Then would i still have track cooling issues? What are some other options to lets say beat around the bush(thermoswitch)?


    btw: they're dual electric Altima fans
    http://eloquentlytrack.wordpress.com/

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    I like my Greddy MSS for running dual altima fans. No additional sensor needed.

    As far as mounting additional sensors, I'd just tap a hole in the upper coolant neck. People are tapping the turbo coolant line return there, so there should be enough material to tap. Sell the buddy club adapter.
    She's built like a Steakhouse, but she handles like a Bistro.

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    • #3
      I'm installing the Hayden dual fan controller this weekend onto my car. I'll let you know how it works out.

      http://www.fordmuscle.com/archives/2003/02/electricfan/

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