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Old 09-12-2012, 10:14 AM
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help which push or pull elec. fan for 67 chevelle stock 283 powerglide trans.

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Pull is way more efficent !!
But why a electric fan ???

There is plenty of room for a good mechanical fan.

I had a 427 Big Block Chevy in my 67 Chevelle SS and never had a overheating issue here even in the Hot, Humid South. A decent 6 blade fan and a shroud is all you need. ( Factory type set up )

My 427 dynoed @ 625 Hp ... and ran cool ... with a 4 core radiator, a 6 blade fan and a shroud ..... in traffic, on the highway ... where ever

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just a note to say thank you to all the replies. it is nice to know that you are not alone in the world.
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