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  • Slim Fan + Half Rad Questions

    Hey guys i have a 91 GS with the B18a1, im looking to clean up the bay once i get it on the road, after my rocker panels are re-done. I plan to rid the car of A/C (please dont ask why, i have a daily EJ sedan with all options) , Cruise Control, Washerfluid, and a Battery Relocation.. I also wanna swap the full size radiator to a half size dual core... i Also want to get a slim fan but heres my question... Can i put the Slim Fan on the side facing the front bumper, and not the engine? has anyone ever done that? i got the idea from my buddy doing it on his Gti... i dont think i would have any issues with space , if the AC is going to be removed , and that AC radiator wouldnt be there,

    Thankss!!

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    The AC Condenser is not near as thick as an aftermarket dual core radiator will be.. I don't think there will be enough room.

    There are companies out there that make "tucked" radiators for Hondas. Try researching that option. AllInFab is one company that comes to mind.

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      Yes ALLINFAB does have them for around 425$$ same with Rywire , and Chase Bays has one for 399$, they sit alot lower and require an inline filler and some modification and trimming, im just wondering if i put a 1/2 Size Dual core radiator in place of my full size, can i put a slim fan on the back of it so the fan is not visible in the engine bay, sorry if i wasnt clear enough.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MyFirstDA9 View Post
        Yes ALLINFAB does have them for around 425$$ same with Rywire , and Chase Bays has one for 399$, they sit alot lower and require an inline filler and some modification and trimming, im just wondering if i put a 1/2 Size Dual core radiator in place of my full size, can i put a slim fan on the back of it so the fan is not visible in the
        engine bay, sorry if i wasnt clear enough.
        Yes u can. Just make sure the fan is big enough n u wire the fan to "push" rather than "pull" the air.

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