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Originally Posted by Stielow View Post
It is a 2010 Cadillac SRX twin turbo fan. It is pulse width modualted fan so it has to be controlled by a engine control module. So, I can only run it as hard as I needs to given the load on the cooling system or A/C. It is the most powerful single fan in the production at GM. 850W or it needs a 70 amps to run at full power! A ZR1 Corvette cooling fan is a 450W for reference.

Ok, thanks for the info, which brings up some other questions. Do you have a custom / stock GM reflash in your GMPP ECU to control the fan? if so which one? What is the output of your alternator?

I just bought an AFCO dual pass radiator due to my high temps at AutoBohn. I was planing on reusing my 4th gen dual fan assy but it does not fit well. So I'm scrambling to come up with an OEM solution for a fan.

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