GM Dual Fans install into 2nd Gen **Pic Heavy**

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  1. biker

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    Very nice work. Maybe I missed it, but what was the original year/model application for those fans?
     
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    The part# is in the first post. I believe the fans are from a 98 to 06 Fbody.
     
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    Ok thanks. Saw the part number, just didn't know what it was originally for.
     
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    I installed these fans also, virtual drop in for our cars. Used the original close out plate too, just some minor tweaking required. My wiring was a bit more complex since I'm letting the ProFlo 4 ecu control both fans. The ecu provides a ground for relays, so I installed a relay for each fan. I can set different temps for when I want each fan to come on. And to make it more complex, guy I had charge the a/c said I needed both fans coming on when the a/c was turned on, regardless of engine temp. So, one more relay was installed. It's working well though and doesn't look (too) shade tree like.
     
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    Nice. I was researching that exact topic last night. I was hoping the proflo would control both fans. I may consult you again when I'm at that point in the spring.
     
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    That is how I have mine installed(minus the ac part)
    Works awesome! I never have to worry about it.
     
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    Very nice write up
     
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    Yeah, AD244A here. 130 amps on mine and pretty much all of available at idle speeds. EFI, stereo, HID headlights, monstrous Ford Taurus electric fan, etc... never goes below 14.2V even at idle.

    AD244 is nearly a direct swap for a CS130.

    http://nastyz28.com/threads/ad244-alternator-upgrade.320800/#post-3657314
     
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    I wouldn't say direct bolt in for these cars... Maybe later model. You have to find the right one with 12 and 6 ears. In my case the ad230 worked.
     
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    What is the width and height of this assembly?
     

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