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Flex-A-Lite Electric Puller Fan 1987-06 Jeep Wrangler 4/6cyl

Flex-A-Lite 485

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Flex-A-Lite Electric Puller Fan 1987-06 Jeep Wrangler 4/6cyl $339.99
Electric Puller Fan
  • 1987-06 Jeep Wrangler 4/6cyl
  • Fan Diameter: 16"
  • Adjustable thermostat (160°-240°)
  • AC relay

  • Flex-A-Lite 485 Details

    Electric Single Puller Fans

    If your radiator overflow bottle was mounted to the O.E. shroud, you may use an optional bracket kit to mount the overflow bottle to the new shroud. Flex-a-lite p/n 30927 mounts overflow bottles on '97-up 4-cylinder models, and Flex-a-lite p/n 30928 for '97-up 6-cylinder models.

    Specifications:

    Diameter (in.)
    16
    Type
    Single
    Mounting Hardware Included
    Yes
    Blade Color
    Black
    Shroud Color
    Black
    Air Conditioning Relay Included
    Yes
    Amp Draw
    18.00 amps
    Fan Diameter (in.)
    16
    Fan Quantity
    Single
    Maximum Fan CFM
    3,300 cfm
    Maximum Fan RPM
    2,450 rpm
    Mounting Brackets Included
    Yes
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Shroud Material
    Glass-reinforced nylon
    Height (in.)
    17.5
    Width (in.)
    21.5
    Thickness (in.)
    4.188
    Number of Blades
    8 blades
    Blade Material
    Plastic
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    485

    Increase horsepower and torque by replacing a factory direct-drive fan with these custom-fit electric fans. No modifications required for installation. Each fan has an adjustable thermostat and built-in AC relay. Necessary brackets included.

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    1991 JEEP WRANGLER (YJ)

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    485 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from This fan WILL blow you away, and the heat too. I rebuilt my 2000 Wrangler 4.0 Sport cooling system. This included a high-flow water pump, high-flow thermostat housing, thermostat (stayed 195) and several hoses. I left the OEM radiator as the last thing to change if I needed too. It turned out unnecessary due to the 485. This was completed prior to using the initial cheap fan, so I consider this review more legit as both fans had these advantages during testing. I started off with a cheap fan from AZ running 1100 CFM (at best). It was barely able to keep below 210 when moving. Idle was another story, especially with the AC on. And of course soon as the heat index rose it was simply, and understandably, overwhelmed becoming useless. It's now leaning against a wall in the garage destined for re-purpose or the trash. In walks the 485 Black Magic fan. The build quality is outstanding. The shroud (and its overall design), the blades and fitment. Everything about it feels solid. Importantly I purchased the Flex-a-lite 31165 Variable Speed Control Module for use with this fan. The actual performance of this fan in combination with the control module is incredible. This fan very, shockingly easily keeps the coolant at whatever temperature I want. This includes a roasting 106+ degree heat index scorcher that happened over the course of the rebuild. On that day the vehicle sat idle in the sun with AC blasting well over 4 hours total. Burnt 1/8th or more of a tank dialing everything making sure all aspects set. The 485 with soft start variable speed module operated with perfection. It brings the temperature down EXTREMELY fast until it reaches the intended setting. I used an ODB2 scanner monitoring the engine coolant, and a new variable voltage dash light I added to the fan circuit to fine tune until I got exactly what I wanted. Now the temps are under control beyond my expectations regardless the hot broiling environment. At full blast the 485 is surprisingly quiet from inside the cab, and even outside too frankly. This thing moves a MASSIVE amount of air. You can feel a LOT of backwash heat from the block when standing around the hood. As mentioned my radiator is OEM. Any after-market radiator with less resistance (but better cooling capacity) would see even more benefit. At this point due to the 485 I no longer need to consider changing the radiator. Thanks to the control module and the way I've hooked it the system is now like a modern vehicle. No more mechanical clutch robbing a bit of grunt. The fan runs independently of ignition, ramping down after shutoff as it sees fit. It's now just a matter of time to see its longevity. To help I made a spot for the control module behind my glove box (this wasn't easy). I did this to protect the module from the environment. It's weather resistant, but that's a far cry from weather proof. After all this work the last thing I want is a failing or corroding module because it's under the hood like everyone else I've seen. This also made it nice to dial in during the scorcher sitting in the passenger seat with AC instead of outside roasting like a steak. The fan + controller + misc including extra wire (10 + 12AWG) isn't cheap. However, a boiling block and resulting systems damage easily outweigh this cost. With the amount of air the 485 moves it'll likely handle most applications. I don't know if it could maintain a Baja truck ripping across a desert, but short of that I'd lay money it'll do the job you need.
    Date published: 2018-06-20
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