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Review of Derale Radiator Fans - Belt-Driven Fans - D19315

Today we're gonna take a look at the Derale 18" Belt Driven High Performance Aluminum Flex Fan in chrome and blue color. Now this lightweight high performance aluminum flex fan uses reinforced construction. It's a narrow blade design to give you superior air flow in tight spaces. This fan does help increase horsepower, torque, and fuel economy. Provides maximum air flow at slow speeds. Does provide extra strength and durability with the embossed chrome plated center hub, and the four rivet blade attachments.


Flex-a-lite Radiator Fans - Belt-Driven Fans - FLX2016 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to take a look at the Flex-a-Lite 16 inch flex fan. This is going to be stainless steel and a belt driven fan, and it does come oriented for standard rotation. The nice thing about this is that it is a belt driven puller fan, so it doesn't have a clutch, and that means it's going to spin at 100% of the water pump speed. Which means better cooling, even at high RPM. As you can see, it's going to have those curved stainless steel blades. And that's going to offer better airflow at idle.


Derale Radiator Fans - Electric Fans - D66825 Review

Speaker 1: Today we're taking a look at the Derale 25 and five eighths inch, dual, high output electric radiator fan. Now this high output, dual radiator inaudible 00:00:10 fan is designed to help maintain optimal engine operating temperature. It efficiently moves 4,000 cubic feet per minute of air at zero static pressure. That's 2,000 CFM per fan. It restores horsepower and torque used by belt driven fans. And it draws power from the alternator, not the engine, with minimal mechanical load.


Derale Radiator Fans - Electric Fans - D66830 Review

Speaker 1: Today, we're going to take a look at the Derale 22 and a half inch dual high output electric radiator fan with the aluminum shroud. Now, this is a high output dual radiator puller fan, which will help maintain optimal engine operating temperature. This will efficiently move 3,750 cubic feet per minute of air at zero static pressure. This will help restore horsepower and torque that's used up by your belt driven fans. This will draw power from your alternator, not the engine, with minimal mechanical load. It does include this pulse width modulation controller and the wiring.


Derale Radiator Fans - Electric Fans - D16842 Review

Today we're going to look at the Derale 26 inch dual high output electric radiator fan with the aluminum shroud assembly. Now belt driven fans will use up power from your engine to turn the fan. Whereas electric fans will not, so that removes any unnecessary load, and increasing both your fuel economy and your horsepower. Also, you don't have to worry about an electric fan slowing down at low RPM as a lot of your belt driven fans do. So you're guaranteed sufficient air flow regardless of the vehicle speed. Now this whole assembly here will improve your overall performance of your vehicle.


Derale Radiator Fans - Belt-Driven Fans - D17119 Review

Today we're gonna take a look at the Derale 19 inch belt-driven standard rotation clutch fan. Now this fan will offer maximum full-time airflow. This will serve as a replacement for the factory fan, has an eight hole design hub that fits most OEM fan clutches. This is constructed on a durable steel, has a nice black powder-coat finish to it and it is made in the USA. A few specs on this: the overall diameter from edge to edge is 19-and-one-eighths inches, total depth gonna be right about two inches deep, the blade pitch on this is 27 degrees. Now it does have a flange adjustability. In other words, bolting onto the flange, anywhere from two-and-three-eighth inches to two-and-nineteen-thirty seconds and this is a standard rotation fan and, basically, that means if you stand in the front of your car and look towards the back, this will rotate clockwise but that should do it for the review on the Derale 19 inch belt-driven standard rotation clutch fan..


Flex-a-lite Radiator Fans - Belt-Driven Fans - FLX1319 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Flex-a-Lite 19 inch Belt-Driven Standard Rotation Flex Fan, and it's blue in color. This Flex-a-Lite Flex Fan will move a considerable amount of air at idle. The blade's flattened out at a higher engine RPM to reduce engine drag for better performance and improved fuel economy. It has an aggressive pitch blade design so it does move the most air at idle, delivers extra cooling at low engine speeds when you really need it. The actual fan diameter is 19 and 3/8 inches. The blue star, and then it has the six stainless steel blades on it that do flex. The pilot hole is 5/8 inch diameter.


Flex-a-lite Radiator Fans - Electric Fans - FLX180 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Flex-A-Lite 15" Black Magic Extreme electric radiator fan with the shroud and the thermostat controller. Now this Flex-A-Lite universal Black Magic Extreme S-Blade electric radiator fan can recover engine power and increase fuel economy when used as a primary cooling fan to replace the belt-driven fan. This part includes the electric fan with the one-piece shroud made from a nice rugged nylon, helps withstand the high under hood temperatures. It does come with the aluminum brackets I have laid out here. The temperature control unit right here has an adjustable thermostat from 180 degrees to 240 degrees Fahrenheit. Also has terminals up at the top here for A/C activation and/or cockpit control. Has a wiring kit bag with all the mounting hardware and installation hardware for installing it. Now this fan is reversible, it can be a pusher or a puller application, and you'll just change it by popping this clip off and flipping the fan over. It does has as you can see the eight sweep blade design which is engineered for efficiency and nice quiet operation.


Flex-a-lite Radiator Fans - Electric Fans - FLX114 Review

Today we're going to take a look at the Flex-a-lite 14-inch Trimline Reversible Electric Radiator Fan. Now, this Flex-a-lite Trimline electric fan can be used as either a primary or an auxiliary fan. This economical fan will free up any wasted horsepower and increases gas mileage when used as a primary fan to replace the stock fan. Now, when this is used as an auxiliary fan, it will provide additional cooling for an engine that is prone to overheating. It is a reversible fan, can be used in pusher or a puller application. It is shipped to you as a puller fan. If you need to make it a pusher fan all you have to do is remove this retaining clip right here, remove the fan blade from the shaft, flip it over, reinstall it on the shaft, put the clip back in and you're all ready to go.


Flex-a-lite Radiator Fans - Belt-Driven Fans - FLX418 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at a Flex-a-Lite 18-inch nylon engine cooling fan. The Flex-a-Lite nylon fan moves a lot of air and weighs only 11 ounces, so it's a nice, lightweight design. It's going to be ideal for race and performance applications when cost and weight are very important. This is a belt-driven fan. Now, keep in mind that belt fans must be used with a fan shroud. It's going to feature standard rotation. Fan diameter edge to edge is actually 18 3/8 of an inch, so it's in that 18-inch diameter category.


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