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Discussion in '1989-1995 Build-Up/Project Threads' started by 90DailyDriven, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. 90DailyDriven

    90DailyDriven Enthusiast

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    I grabbed two fan controllers from mishimoto and combined them to work off of the same temp gauge. One will turn on at 170 and the other at 200 degrees. I can change the range with the turn of a knob. I took @Mikerocosms idea and stuffed this box pretty tight.
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    This is the finished product of the fans. Had to cut a couple of tabs off the front grille in order for it to fit.
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    Idler pulley delete. I will also remove the fan bracket later. It will clean up the timing cover a little bit.
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    I thought the rear main was leaking due to the whole underside being covered with oil or grease. Truck has been sitting for a while now and the leak is easy to spot. Now its only being covered by spider webs.
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    Love your built, keep it up
     
  3. Mikerocosms

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    Awesome fan controller box fitment. ;)
     
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    Thanks for the idea :lol:.
    First fan turns on right at 180 and the temps don't get high enough for the second fan to turn on. I'm sure it will work fine in the summer.
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    Finally put this together. The mount for the remote oil filter is already welded to the frame. Now to find some time to install them. This will make oil changes a breeze in the future.
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    Hmm, I wonder if that's something I can do to my Tacoma. I hate where mine is located. It's the only Toyota I own that has an oil filter that is difficult to get to.
     
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    Its possible. The adapters are a plate that spins on to the original filter location and then use the remote filter bracket.
    I bought the filter bracket and fittings locally from ricks performance.
     

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