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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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So I ended up buying a ducati radiator fan for nothing seeing how my original ended working fine. I have it sitting here and after some digging here I found it is the same one the guys with F4's and the 312R's installed on their radiators. Where did the brackets come from? I was thinking of installing it on the left side of the radiator with a separate switch and relay. Or will the stock setup handle another fan? BTW I already have an EPROM with a 90c fan turn on temp.

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The stock set-up will handle another fan,I have done it myself.
But you have to fabricate your own brackets.


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Although the existing relay can take another fan it’s not good practise as you could end up with damage to the ECU. Here’s the circuit for an F4 using a micro relay, the switch is optional.
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Although the existing relay can take another fan itís not good practise as you could end up with damage to the ECU. Hereís the circuit for an F4 using a micro relay, the switch is optional.
Is this for use with an SPU? I don't have a separate fan relay.

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Is this for use with an SPU? I don't have a separate fan relay.[/QUOTE]

This diagram is for an F4 with early B4 as I understand it the ‘relay’ for the fan is part of the SPU unit Utility 5. But as it’s controlling a fan then fairly easy to modify it to switch a second relay and not overload the SPU circuit which can be prone to overheating.

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Pick any switched power lead to add the relay.

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Cool. Will do. I have a 30amp relay harness I was going to use to power up dual lights on my Jeep. I will use that. How do you guys feel about using the fan radiator pins to mount the fans? You know the ones that go thru the radiator fins? Seems like the easy way to go to mount them.

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Try this: https://www.mvagusta.net/forum/12-f4...-fanzilla.html

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Not a massive fan of the pins unless you’ve got a ducted fan enclosure like a Spal. Too easy for the fan to flop around and bite through the core. The Fanzilla set up is ok but you can make or have made brackets and fittings using ally strip that hold the fan just enough away from the rad to be safe and robust.
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I read that thread and every other thread that came up under "fanzilla" and "son of fanzilla". They mention taking the rad out and having mounts made by a shop. I'm not gonna do that. Incidentally that's the same fan I bought after I read all the threads. You are correct on being scared it will move. I was going to space it out from the radiator so even if it moves a millimeter or two it won't hit anything.

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