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Old 10-08-2019, 11:49 PM   #241
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One fan is more for the A/C anyways, and if you removed the A/C condenser up front, that already increased the air flow through the radiator significantly.

Could always unplug it and do some runs and test the temps to when in use.
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Old 10-09-2019, 04:21 AM   #242
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One fan is more for the A/C anyways, and if you removed the A/C condenser up front, that already increased the air flow through the radiator significantly.

Could always unplug it and do some runs and test the temps to when in use.
Exactly my thoughts. Wanted to test it yesterday but came back late from work...
I have two-speed override switches for fans, so I will check it and leave the one that has two speeds, because I believe second one only switches on max speed.

I can't cut any metal from chassis according to my class regulations and suspension pickup points may be limited to stock position which questions possibility of using tubular subframe.. But those are nice mods.. I checked once again yesterday and MSI does front tubular subframe with integrated splined sway bar with billet links... Not only it gives 50+ LBS of weight reduction, but also has options for suspension mounting points for lowering. Everything is great except for price ))) Like.... it's just about the same as market price of my whole car )))
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Just because you can buy 2 more older cars for the same price, so what? haha

Yeah the prices are not fun.
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