Free Shipping - Flex-A-Lite Flex-Wave Electric Fans with qualifying orders of $109. Shop Fans, Electric at Summit Racing.
This fan had a bunch of positive reviews and none negative that I could find anywhere. I really struggled with overheating in late spring after swapping core supports and a kajillion other winter modifications. I have a dual Spal setup with an 8" and 16" fan that had worked properly in the past. The 16" Spal gave up at some point and I hunted for a fan. I really wanted a brushless setup, but OMC $300-400 was a Letterkenny hard no. I ended up settling on the the Flex-A-Lite that I linked and OMG what a fan. And I'm not using the phrase 'settling on the Flex-A-Lite' lightly. That thing was $150 and it is EXTREMELY atypical of me to drop more than Benjamin on anything, especially on an impulse buy.
But I'm happy I didn't follow my usual guideline of being cheap haha. When this fan turns on in the driveway if I put my hand under the car, when sitting in the driver seat with the door open, it will raise the temp by 50+ degrees and there is a stiff, hot breeze coming from under the car. It resolved all of my city driving issues. It will keep the car below 210 by itself and with the small 8" Spal it won't see 204. They have been cycling off when city driving, which was unheard of in the past.
To some 205-210 may seem hot, but I want the motor at 200 and don't ever want it below 190.
The only thing that got me with it is my old Spal worked on a 20 amp fuse. This needs a 30 - ask me how I know.