Scott Drake Electric Fan and Shroud Kit for 1965-1966 Mustangs.
Scott Drake's electric fan and shroud kit is designed to fit all 1965-1966 Mustangs. This kit is not a Universal kit it will mount in the factory mounting locations. Scott Drake requires no holes to be drilled as this is a direct bolt-on kit. This Scott Drake Electric Fan and Shroud Kit features a lower amp draw, a quiet running electric motor and a larger opening in the shroud which allows better bypass air flow at higher speeds.
- Fits 1965-1966 Mustangs
- Low Draw Amp Motor
- Quieter Running Motor
- Increased CFMs
Please Note: This Fan Shroud Kit will Not fit Aluminum High Performance Radiators.
This Scott Drake fan has a temperature probe that inserts into the radiator, this will automatically turn the fan on when you reach the correct cooling temperature. The probe is connected to a small computer which can be adjusted to the desired engine temperature. The probe gets inserted between the radiator fins on any style radiator. Once a certain temperature is reached, the fan will kick on to keep the engine at the correct operating temperature.
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Can you tell me what the CFM is rated at
Can the speed of the fan be slowed for quieter running by lowering the voltage delivered to the fan?
My car has a/c will it hurt to run all the time to keep condenser cool
will it fit a 1966 mustang with vintage air
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!
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