You want to install puller or pusher electrical fans? If your installing puller fans, you will not need to relocate your stock-e fan. FYI, I did not need to remove the front end in order to remove the stock-efan...
It wont cool any better - in fact it will probably make it worse by dragging one of the fans back.Ugh, let me try to explain again:
I know all about what direction I need the fans to blow. I know that they both need to be bringing air into the engine bay and not blowing out the front of the bumper.
What I want to do is take the stock fan from its stock position and put it on the other side of the radiator and condensor which would be between the bumper and condensor where the arrow points in the picture.
I specifically want to use the stock e-fan because it doesn't have a shroud on it and therefore will not restrict the radiator. The fan that I will be using on the engine side of the radiator has a shroud and so I can't use it in the other location.
I also know that to do that I will have to reverse the direction of the fan so that it pulls air into the engine bay so don't worry about that aspect of the plan.
What I want to know is has anyone done this before, how hard is it, will it fit there, and is there a way to get the fan into that position without removing the radiator and condensor or the entire front bumper assembly?
Oh no, thats way too hot for normal driving. Not even close to what I was aiming for. I've been looking through NAPAs database since they seem to be the only ones who have the actual specs for individual sensors on their website but I haven't really found much that is in the temperature range. Most things are either up in the 220* range or down in the 160* so I am still looking.The s13 lower radiator hose temperature switch is honestly useless. It will turn on or 'close circuit' at around 200F.