ducatist921 said:Thanks for the advise. Would it be possibe to wire it, so it's control by the speed, I was thinking to have the fan on between idel and 30mph. automatically off after 30mph.
Of course the fans go off, I'm sure it's less than 140F in the engine bay when you're at the line, unless ambient temperature is very high.JekylandHyde said:I have a switch installed for my sensor, not the fans.
While at race events I flip the switch so the fans are constantly on helping control heat soaking of the IC.
Before I pull up to the line, I switch back to the sensor and 9 tiems out of 10 the fans will go off (less draw on the alternator).
JekylandHyde said:I would think that while I am going down the track or racing up a hill there is enough ambient air flow through the engine bay to keep the ambient temps in the engine bay below 140 degrees.
Regardless, I run water injection all the time