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02-10-2008 05:42 AM  10 years agoPost 1
MJ12

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Snohomish WA

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G-Force makes a High efficiency fan and the Super high output both 12 blade Im running the YS50 will the super high output work in a colder climate?

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02-10-2008 05:44 AM  10 years agoPost 2
BJames111

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San Diego, California

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The high output fan will probably overcool the engine in a colder area. I recommend the high efficiency fan for a cooler climate.

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02-10-2008 12:46 PM  10 years agoPost 3
tchavei

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Portugal

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I wouldn't use the high flow fan in temps below 14C. I just doesn't work right. The HE fan is working very well in my bird since October and will probably be there until March.

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02-10-2008 01:34 PM  10 years agoPost 4
Simmer

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Interesting Tony. I feel like I lost some control on how I tune my engine (New England)since the middle of November. Might be my metal cooling fan (Gforce I think it is) It may be running too cool and I cant get it hot enough. Guess a carb smart would tell me if it wasnt getting up to temp. It isnt making as much power as it used to before it got real cold up here. (flying at about 38 degrees F here (have the origional Gforce fan)

looking forward to March here

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02-10-2008 03:56 PM  10 years agoPost 5
tchavei

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Portugal

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Depends. If it is the SHO fan (high output) than the engine will be definately overcooled in the winter. I had the same problem with the 3dx fan. The engine was just bogging and bogging and would almost die during a loop but the engine was stone cold... fuel starvation...

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02-10-2008 08:55 PM  10 years agoPost 6
Simmer

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Massachusetts

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Nope its not the sho. Its the first iteration. I was looking for the rigidness of the metal fan not especially for the cooling. No bogs yet.

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02-10-2008 09:43 PM  10 years agoPost 7
tchavei

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Portugal

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U won't have problems with the He fan then. Just keep an eye on it during the summer when the temps start to peak (depending on your location of course).

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