Scott Drake Electric Fan and Shroud Kit 1965-1966

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Product Description

Scott Drake Electric Fan and Shroud Kit for 1965-1966 Mustangs.

Scott Drake's electric fan and shroud kit is meant to fit most Mustang V8 radiators. This is not a universal kit. No holes need drilled as this is a direct bolt-on kit. The electric fan flows 2010 CFM and the shroud makes sure all of the air is pulled through the radiator. A temperature probe is inserted between the radiator fins so all cooling is done automatically. Once a certain temperature is reached, the fan will kick on to keep the engine at the correct operating temperature. A 265 watt motor draws 25 amps. Instructions are included.

Tired of overheating in traffic? This kit increases cooling capabilities especially at idle and lower RPMs. The fan shroud fits perfectly to make sure the fan draws all air through the radiator for fantastic cooling capabilities. Plus, removing the factory fan reduces rotational mass which improves both horsepower and fuel economy.

This electric motor on this fan is louder than a typical electric fan.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Moderate

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

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Hi. Has this ever been fitted to a straight six 1966 Mustang? would it fit? If sat for more than 5 mins in traffic my car will cut out from under bonnet heat. At some point I will be be swapping in a V8 and Aluminum rad, but need a solution till then!

Asked by: Rob Morton
That one only fits V8s, unfortunately, so that would be what you want after your swap. You could try this one for your straight six:
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-27

My car has a/c will it hurt to run all the time to keep condenser cool

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