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Old 03-02-2013, 10:05 PM
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I originally removed my clutch fan and adjusted the electric fan settings to work with the 180 tstat. After a while I put the clutch fan back on, put the electric fan settings back to stock, and left the 180 tstat in the truck. It seems to work better this way from what I can tell.

Many people don't realize when the electric fan is running it's using roughly the same amount of hp as the clutch fan does(when engaged). So if the fan is running all the time there's no gain.
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