F-150 Electric Fan & Air Intake (S03E04)

Chris Duke shows you how to install a Flex-A-Lite electric fan and an AFE (Advanced Flow Engineering) [[air intake]] on a 2005 Ford F-150.

This episode (S03E04) originally aired on MavTV on February 28th, 2010. This version contains the entire show, but with fewer commercials.

Links

Flex-A-Lite
Advanced Flow Engineering (aFe)

Episode Notes

These two products help improve both horsepower and torque, and are relatively easy to install.

aFe’s cold air intake kit gives you great sound, plus a boost in torque and horsepower. The electric fan from Flex-A-Lite also helps increase torque and horsepower, and takes a huge load off your engine by eliminating the cooling fan. This results in less load on your engine, and as a result improves fuel economy. We noticed an extra 2-3 MPG on this truck as a result of installing the Flex-A-Lite electric fan.

Also in this episode we feature the 2nd installation of this season’s Letterz segment, and the return of the Partz segment.

Product Information

In this episode we feature products from Flex-A-Lite and aFe. For more information, just look to the right!

Flex-A-Lite Fan: Part number 270

Music

This episode features music from COLDWEST. “Snakeskinner”, “Ignition”, and a custom song for the Motorz Intro.

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79 Comments
  1. I love the show, but im disappointed I never see any 87 to 96 model trucks. Like mods to the old 300 inline. Thats one of the best motors ford ever put out. There are lots of things you guys could put on your show. Like the E fan mod, and converting to mass air system.

  2. Sorry about that, but we have to get all our videos back up so the newest episodes can get back online here. I apologize for the inconvenience. Hopefully they’ll all be done by Tuesday.

  3. Maybe try to space out the videos. Kinda annoying when your blowing up my sub box in one day.

  4. Sorry about that, but we have to get all our videos back up so the newest episodes can get back online here. I apologize for the inconvenience. Hopefully they’ll all be done by Tuesday.

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  6. what about hummer h2 03 – 07 fans ?can i install a gmc electric fans on it ?? please replay as soon as can

  7. I’d like a vid or some results info of what kind of improvement this made. Got an expedition and wanted to try this if it didn’t cost me to much for not enough

  8. An one more thing. What is the trigger for these fans to engage? I know that you hook it up to the a/c compressor, but what if you’re not running the compressor? What triggers it to run then

  9. An one more thing. What is the trigger for these fans to engage? I know that you hook it up to the a/c compressor, but what if you’re not running the compressor? What triggers it to run then

  10. The thermostat on the control module for the fans. It’s just stealing power from the compressor, it’s not dependent on it being on.

  11. What’s the part number for the fan used in this installation? Also did the fan controller come with it or was it separate? And if separate, what’s the part number for that? Thanks.

  12. this is my weekend project, thanks for posting the video!! Problem is can’t find the parts on line. please post a link or part numbers!!

  13. Is there a website that you prefer to pick up your parts and supplies from .it would make my search for these items easier I have the same truck!

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