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  1. Defender Technical Discussions
    So I have after market electric fans on my Defender. Sorry can't remember the name. There is a switch under the hood that is used to set them up. Not so long ago someone posted a link to instructions on how to configure these fans. I cannot find it now, can someone help? Many thanks
  2. Series Technical Discussions
    hi all, I have my S3 109 200tdi up and running again. Now my thoughts turn to improving the electric fan control. Currently I have a Kenlowe unit in place. I dislike the fact that I can't manually switch the fan on or off from inside the truck. The ability to set a temperature for my fan to come...
  3. Defender Technical Discussions
    I just replaced the thermostat (180 degrees) on my '86 D110, V8 and the temperature gauge will now barely move, where in the past it used to rest about 1/3 of the way from the left, when the truck has fully warmed up. The truck runs fine, and doesn't seem to run "too cold", if there is such a...
  4. Defender Technical Discussions
    So I have a viscous fan for engine cooling and I have AC on my 200tdi with the spal 11 inch fan in front of the condenser. here is my question: can I remove the struts and put in dual 11 inch fans so that the fans cover both the radiator and the intercooler behind it? not having issues...
  5. Defender Technical Discussions
    I just ordered an Ex-Fan switch and am shopping for an electric fan setup for my 200Tdi. I have seen that the Taurus setup may over tax my stock alternator. Will my stock alternator work? What else have you guys had success with? Thanks!
  6. For Sale - Parts
    I'm going back to mechanical fan and I don't want them, complete with module and brackets that came off from my NAS 110. $300 plus shipping. Sal:)
  7. Wanted
    I have a 1984 row d-90 with a 200tdi motor and a 300tdi radiator and intercooler. Looking for a electric fan setup for the fan and intercooler that will fit the 300tdi radiator and intercooler. I have to work around the intercooler hoses and the other obstacles on a 300tdi radiator /...
  8. For Sale - Parts
    This is another item I added to the 1995 RRC right before the el;ectrical fire. Brand new. Just tested - no use. Included inline temperature switch housing, temperature switch and relays. This is the electric fan the DnD recommended for the Range Rover. The dimensions are 23.5" wide, 16" high...
  9. For Sale - Parts
    I built this when I still had a 3.9L in my truck - swapping it out for the 300TDI made this obsolete for me. The cowling was custom made by me - I overlaid the radiator with a sculpted foam mold for the cowling then laid fiberglass over the top of the mold. It fits in the standard NAS D90...
  10. Defender Technical Discussions
    Zip tied to the oil cooling radiator, looks like an add on and it doesn't appear to work. What's the deal?
  11. Defender Technical Discussions
    Morning D-World, I'm trying to work on my electric fan problems... In order to give myself a failsafe, in case the temp switch on the thermostat fails, I want to install an override switch to turn on the fan manually. 2 relays being used... Relay 1 trigger: temp switch which then gives...
  12. Wanted
    Does anyone have an extra one FS? Thanks!
  13. Defender Technical Discussions
    I was thinking on installing an Electric fan set up , and questions came up in my head ( yeah go figure ) What difference would be installing a sucker style ( in front of radiator ) as opposed to a blower style ( behind the radiator ) reason, well in front of radiator there are no hoses to...
  14. Defender Technical Discussions
    I need a switch that will thread into the thermostat cover and turn the electric fan on and off. I have a bunch, one runs the fan all the time and the other seems to never turn on.(Even held a lighter near the bottom of it) they both are marked 98 celcius. Does anyone know what temperture it...
  15. Defender Technical Discussions
    Who is running them and what do you think? How have you set up the fan(s) so it covers the intercooler? My fan clutch it toast and I'm thinking of going this route instead of shelling out the doe what always seems to become an expensive paperweight.
  16. For Sale - Parts
    I have a brand new SPAL 11" 1400 CFM pusher fan for sale, PN 30102040, retails for $140- price is $120 http://www.a1electric.com/spal/specs/30102054-2040.pdf also have a brand new Red X-Eng X-Fan kit http://www.x-eng.co.uk/X-Fan.asp price is $55 EMAIL [email protected]
  17. Defender Technical Discussions
    Who here has done it? Got any pictures of your setup? What did you do about the intercooler? Results? Thanks, I have a hard decision to make.
  18. For Sale - Parts
    150 bucks plus shipping. I don't want 'em, I'm a mechanical fan guy. This is a flex-a-lite 210 which has been installed on a d-90 radiator for approx 1500 miles. I'll include the brackets and stuff that were made to attach it, but no temp switches are included. I'll sell the whole assembly...
  19. Defender Technical Discussions
    I don't want to start another thread but I seem to have to . Everyone that has done an electric fan upgrade has used the flex-a-lite model 210 or 220 - only issue is that they don't seem to make that model anymore, so I can't find the dimensions or stats on the fan to see what the newer version...
  20. For Sale - Parts
    used this on my "racecar" for a while, 2500cfm is a LOT of pulling power, more than enough to cool a rover. Dual 12" pullers, part number FAL-210. Corners are trimmed, didn't cause me any trouble. $125 shipped I will include the adjustable thermostatic fan control as well, all you need is a...
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