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As I have already indicated, I can now offer the aluminum fans. However, I need the information as to whether there are interested parties, and how many. Then I can say something about the price, which will probably level off at around $50 for the set of 2, shipping from EU to US app. $18.
********i would like to purchase a set,what do i need to do to make that happen,thankyou
 

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No problem,
You just must have patience.
I will mail you as soon as I can continue building them.
 

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I would like to know more about these fan blades also. Would be interested to know the cost including shipping to US, difficulty of installing, and updates on availability. Thank you
 

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The fans cost 44,- EURO,
shipping to the US with DHL,
including insurance and tracking number
19,98 EURO,
so in total
63,98 EURO.

I have prepared a small manual for installing,
not very difficult, if your hands are not too big,
installation is possible even without removing the radiators.

Availability is a problem,
I am waiting for parts, to be able to continue building the fans.
If you are interested,
I put you onto my list
and keep you informed about it.
 
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Just wanted add my experience to this thread. I ordered the aluminum blades from Manfred (6/21) and received them in 8 days. I installed them last night and it took about 2 hours. The bottom blades are easy to replace but the uppers required unbolting the radiator from its mount. Putting everything back together required quite a bit of patience and occasional cuss words! :ROFLMAO:

From what I can tell, it appears Manfred put a lot of time and effort in this project because the blades were a perfect fit. It also seemed like the blade's design moves higher volume of air. My OEM blades were not too bad (the upper ones were a bit melted), but I am 100% positive that the new blades will help with the heating issues.

Oh, they are also lighter than OEM plastic blades... and I think I may have gained some horsepower. 😜

Thank you and appreciate all the work you did on this, @Manfred!!
 

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Hi Manfred
I’m interested in your aluminum fan blade. I have a 06’ 910s.
 

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Hi Kevin,
I think you would only need 1 fan,
not the set of 2.
You would need the one with the bigger outside diameter.
Unfortunately I am still waiting for parts to be able to continue building the fans. I can put you onto my list, and soon as I receive the necessary parts, i will be able to ship.
Thanks for your request,
best regards
 

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Discussion Starter · #69 ·
...good news:
I got the info,
that the missing parts which are needed to complete the fan sets
will soon be available (3-4 weeks).
Bad news: as almost everything, also these parts became more expensive,
but I do not expect a massive price increase, and I will let you know...


I will shortly PM all those which are on my list, for the details.

Thanks all for your patience
 

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