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post #1 of 5 Old 07-03-2019, 04:17 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo II Daytona electric fan for the Radiator

I need the factory electric radiator fan assembly for TII cars. Mine just burned up. I dont want the 2 blade aluminum fan I need the 5 or 6 blade plastic fan assembly (I forgot if it has 5 or 6 blades)
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I have a couple of them, one has a plastic shroud which doesn't like to go into the metal clip, the other is a metal shroud.
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Re: Turbo II Daytona electric fan for the Radiator

just saying , the two blade shelby charger (turbo L body) fan is the best of the lot
- though also loudest..
the plastic fan was designed to be quiet so as not to scare off new car buyers . that's all it's good for

- that's why , the tilted tips of the blades , to let the air pressure slip off the end of the blade easily reducing sound or "shock"
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I have a couple of them, one has a plastic shroud which doesn't like to go into the metal clip, the other is a metal shroud.
How much for the metal shrowd? I live at 56560
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Re: Turbo II Daytona electric fan for the Radiator

Summit sells replacement motors for Mopar fans, I thought it would be better to have a new motor than take a gamble again on an old setup.Thank you everybody for your help.
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