I'm running the small universal like this from Jegs. About $150 as I recall and it fits perfectly. I however am not a "fan" of of electric stuff - way too many fit issues with such limited clearance in the Falcons, plus I always had issues with them not pushing enough air. I finally gave up and went with a aluminum Flex-a-Lite fan and a custom (not expensive) shroud. My car makes pretty good power and will run 160-170 in almost any condition. It did peak once at almost 200 but that was a very hot and humid day and I was stuck in a car show entrance line where we were moving at a snails pace for 45 minutes. If you can find a good electric fan set-up that:I would suggest a universal 2-row aluminum radiator with 1-inch tubes. David
+1. There is usually no compelling reason to run electric, other than it's 'trick', you're trying to save 5 hp at 6500 rpm, never have slow driving (stop-n-go, parades, etc.) or are looking for that last .2 MPG on the highway. The down-sides to electric are several, and though a successful setup obviously can be done, it will be far more expensive and complicated. If you have 2", you can run a fan that will move more air than most any electric. Every solution has it's pros and cons. Note that offroad vehicles like rock crawlers never use an electric setup - if there is a choice. I would suggest using whatever fits the situation best.... I however am not a "fan" of of electric stuff - way too many fit issues with such limited clearance in the Falcons, plus I always had issues with them not pushing enough air.
DavidPSIG said:If you can't run a mechanical fan, ...