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Old 07-04-2012, 07:10 PM
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Fan Cfm on prelude

Anyone know the cfm on a 95 honda prelude stock fans are. I cant seem to keep it cool while racing. i am running 200 to 210. tried gutting thermo but nothing and i am running a 19x23 three core outlaw radiator. Just did the top end again new head gaskets and everything and nothing looked bad ?????
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Re: Fan Cfm on prelude

I'd make sure your passages aren't gunked up but you said they don't look bad so that should be okay...next remove the thermo stat....then hardwire the fans to stay on all the time. as far as the cfm sorry.
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Re: Fan Cfm on prelude

What if you try the mugen thermostat? It opens earlier maybe that will help.
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Re: Fan Cfm on prelude

The Mishimoto thermostat for the S2k works as well. I have that along with the Mishimoto radiator and a Spal fan. I stay cool in 100+ degree temperatures with my supercharger.
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Re: Fan Cfm on prelude

will look into those and i found a 3000 cfm fan i may try,
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