Flex a Lite Electric Fans?

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  1. lawnguy

    lawnguy New Member

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    Is it worth spending over $400 to install this fan on my 2000 F150 4.6 119k miles?
    I am extremely curious if there is a very noticeable performance gain from doing this ?
     
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    prob see more with a bullydog install
     
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    It will free up a few HP. Not enough to notice. And I'm sure there are plenty of DIY options using a used fan from some other vehicle for way cheaper. If I had that to spend on a e-fan, I'd put the money towards a tuner as Leo mentions.
     
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    Here are mods I have currently done to my truck.

    1) SCT X4 - Uploaded the basic tune.
    2) CIA
    3) Much bigger MAF
    4) Bigger Throttle body
    5) Ceramic coated shorty headers
    6) True dual exhaust removed 2 out of the 4 cats ,x-pipe,borla mufflers
    7) 4.10 ring n pinion
     
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    I replaced mine on my 1993 GMC truck it did help believe me your going to feel the extra hp
     

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