Dual Electric Fans
The JEGS 52118 12 in. dual electric cooling fan assembly works to keep your engine temperature in check. Capable of working in a pusher or puller capacity, this unit will flow 3100 cfm cooling even the hottest running engines. Sold as a complete unit, this assembly includes the shroud, fans, and pigtails saving you the worry about compatibility. Don't let poor radiator cooling allow your engine to overheat.
- 26.6 Amp Draw (13.3 per fan)
- 225 Watt motors
- Overall dimensions: 26 1/2 in. W x 15 3/8 in. H x 3 3/4 in. D
- Shroud dimensions (without fans): 26 1/2 in. W x 15 3/8 in. H x 1 1/4 in. D
- Reversible push/pull S-blade design
- Rubber seal eliminates vibration and increases airflow
- Includes fans, shroud, and pigtails
Note: When mounting the fan assembly as a pusher or puller make sure the fan blades are in the correct orientation, as described in the installation guide.
JEGS Dual Electric Fans supply powerful cooling capability. They feature a one-piece shroud constructed of glass-filled nylon to provide lightweight strength and durability.
Will this fan run on a 24V system?
is it 3100 cfm per fan? or for both?
Will it be enough for 600hp? 4 core aluminium radiator is what I'm using.
Obviously black wires ground blue wires power?
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