We have assembled a complete
electric fan conversion kit to make installation a breeze for E36 3
Series cars. The kit is comprised of proven, high value components
to keep your engine cool and happy without the need of the
standard, engine driven fan.
Easy installation, works very well.
From Jerry Hughes, Jr. of Lebanon, Tennessee on 11/16/2013.
I found the installation to be very easy, I used this fan on the low speed setting and retained the stock auxiliary fan for high speed and A/C use. I am much happier with this kit than with the stock setup, as I no longer have to worry about the clutch fan going through my radiator.
From John Hermann of San Antonio, Texas on 10/23/2013.
I had my first two track days with the kit in place. The weather was mild but the fan worked to keep the water temperature just at 180 deg. The fan was fairly quiet so sitting in the paddock after the sessions it didn't sound like the car's engine was still running. The product quality is excellent.
From DoriftuEvo of Brighton, Massachusetts on 9/24/2013.
Installed on a 1999 M3. This kit works perfectly in conjunction with the Mishimoto aluminum radiator and Zionsville fan shroud combo. You will need to purchase the Spal fan mounting straps as well to get a seamless, factory quality install.
From Anonymous of Yelm, Washington on 4/22/2013.
I bought this after my stock fan disintegrated and flew around the engine bay. Installation was fairly easy, but you do need to be comfortable doing your own crimping and wiring since it is not a plug and play part.It keeps my car cool and works as intended. It also frees up one or two horsepower.
From Gerald Grimshaw of Loveland, Colorado on 3/19/2013.
Replaced my stock fan on my 1998 M3 Convertible with this kit and it really cleans up the engine compartment. Runs much more quietly and adds a bit HP which is always welcome. I had this installed by a BMW Certified Technician and he was very happy with the kit, ease of installation and overall performance.One of the real pluses is that I don't have to worry about seeing the stock fan come through the hood or going through the radiator.
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