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I finally got up to one of the local mustang scrapyards this weekend, and noticed in my hunting several later model electric fans on both v-6 and -8 stangs. This got me thinking....
How difficult would it be to fit one on a fox? I'm planning on going to an electric setup soon anyway, once the Alts upgraded to handle it.

Opinions? Anyone done it?
 

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Anyone?....Bueller?....Bueller?
 

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it's very do able............the fan is actually very good........i would do it in a heart beat.....

hotwheels of insanemustangs.com
 

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How different is the hookup process from say a taurus fan? (IIRC I have a walkthrough here somewhere :confused: :) )

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J
 

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The Mustang fan is a two speed fan too. Pro-M, now Ganitelli (boo!) use to have a controller to use the two speeds. Very $$$$$$$

I will be doing this swap on my son's 90 within the next 2 wks. I figured out how to use two Bosch relays and two temp switchs to operate the two speeds of the fan. Will let you know how it works out
 

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JUSTNLX said:
The Mustang fan is a two speed fan too. Pro-M, now Ganitelli (boo!) use to have a controller to use the two speeds. Very $$$$$$$

I will be doing this swap on my son's 90 within the next 2 wks. I figured out how to use two Bosch relays and two temp switchs to operate the two speeds of the fan. Will let you know how it works out

Pro-M changed its name to Ganitelli ??? No wonder I couldnt find their site.
 

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Pro-M changed its name to Ganitelli ??? No wonder I couldnt find their site.
Oops! sorry, that's Granatelli


http://www.granatellimotorsports.com/

No name change they just bought them out. They have been partners for a few years now, then just bought them out.
 

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Pro-M changed its name to Ganitelli ??? No wonder I couldnt find their site.
PROFESSIONAL MASS AIR SYSTEMS is the company that does pro M stuff now
 

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icon said:
PROFESSIONAL MASS AIR SYSTEMS is the company that does pro M stuff now
Very interesting! It took a little searching, but I found them. It seems a few ex-Pro-M people started producing meters again. Glad to hear this! Thanks for the info!

http://www.massairsystems.com/

Granatelli was partnered with Pro-Flo (Pro-M) then took over. I don't like Granatelli much!
 

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Great info!

Thanx Justnlx and Icon.
 
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