Maradyne 14in Electric Fan

Maradyne
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This setup works great with our Aluminum radiators. Get rid of those old ugly stock fans that draw a massive amount of amps to run and eat up horsepower. The Maradyne flows 2135 CFM on only 16.8 amps!

We usually mount them on the outboard side of the radiator for a nice sleek look in the engine bay. The fan does not come with mounting hardware. If you want it please select the appropriate kit

 

FULL TECHNICAL WRITE UP HERE ON HOW TO INSTALL CLICK HERE

 

Feature: Reversible S-blade
Benefit: Allows you to stock only 1 fan part number instead of 2 (pusher/puller). S-blade provides lower noise.

Feature: Sealed Motor
Benefit: Dust and water resistant. Can be sprayed clean.

Feature: All plastic is glass filled nylon. No inferior polyproylene mixes.
Benefit: Highest temperature and highest impact resistant material used in the market.

 

Think the stock engine mounted fan doesn't steal horsepower and torque? Watch the video below to learn otherwise!

 

Reviews

  • 5
    A Must for Improved Cooling

    Posted by Edgar on 7th May 2020

    I bought this fan with the hope of augmenting cooling and replacing the heavy, noisy old A/C fans and bracket (condenser previously removed). The Wedge Shop's write up was easy to follow and led to a very simple installation. Fitment on the TR7 radiator is perfect, and the benefit of the fan is instantly seen on the instrument panel. Love this product!

  • 5
    Maradyne Fan and Aluminum Radiator

    Posted by Mark Phillips on 29th Sep 2018

    I am very happy with my new cooling package. Woody's help with the fan installation and tips on fabbing up the brackets were very helpful. I looked at other options and the fact that this one is made specifically for our Wedge was critical for me.

  • 5
    My biggest fan

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Oct 2013

    I went round and round trying to solve the cooling and power problems in my TR8. I thought replacing the factory fan was a cool idea. The installation was a breeze and I was blown away by the personal service I received from these guys. Driving in hot weather is just smooth sailing.

  • 5
    Wow!!!!

    Posted by Dan Brown 1980 TR8 on 4th Mar 2010

    I bought the aluminum radiator for a/c and the Maradyne fan. When the temperature reaches the right temp and the fan kicks in you see instant cooling display on the temp. gage. What a difference from the old double fans. You can't beat the price and functionality of this fan.

  • 5
    How to cool your engine and not drain your battery

    Posted by Daniel Perkins on 29th Jan 2010

    folks-- Woody recommended this cooling fan due to my factory fans (A/C equiped car ) were only running on low speed and not on high. When they did come on high--they were drawing close to 60 amps on the electrical system. No wonder why this car ate batteries and killed the factory alternator. I installed the 100 amp alt along with this fan--big difference. Factory dual fans are not available and are probably drawing way too much amperage.