Engines can get pretty toasty once they warm up, even when it’s chilly outside. That’s why you need a dependable fan to keep engine heat under control—and you can’t do much better than a Derale electric fan. Summit Racing offers several styles of Derale universal fans. All fans come with mounting hardware.
Tornado Series Fans
The Tornado features a high torque, low-amperage draw electric motor and a skewed blade design that is very quiet, yet provides plenty of airflow. Tornado fans come with a push-in radiator temperature probe, and many have a fan controller that turns the fan on and off at preset temperatures. The Tornado is available in single and dual-fan configurations; the smaller diameter fans are ideal for transmission and engine oil coolers. CFM ratings: 400 to 2,700.
High Output Fans
Derale’s High Output puller-style fans are available in two blade configurations. The paddle blade fans are designed to move large amounts of air for maximum cooling. The curved blade fans move plenty of air as well, and allow for a very low profile design that can fit in tight spaces. Both fans feature a sealed, water- and dustproof electric motor that has up to three times the work life of an unsealed motor. The paddle fans are available in 125, 315, and 1,640 CFM ratings. The curved blade fans are available in 802, 1,328, 1,350, 1,864, 1,918, and 2,024 CFM ratings.
The Dyno-Cool fans are also available in straight and curved-blade configurations; the curved blades are a littler quieter. Both types are low profile to fit in cramped engine bays, and most can be used as a pusher or puller. The straight-blade fans are available with a manual fan controller to set turn-on and turn-off temperatures.