Top 10 Cooling Mistakes

Written By Cole Quinnell Photography by the Author Horsepower means heat. Unfortunately, for your race car or tow vehicle, too much heat—or rather not having the right equipment to dissipate the heat—can mean overheating. We see a lot of cooling blunders, so we thought we would share the top 10 cooling mistakes

Show & Go—On the hunt for horsepower at the aftermarket’s showcase event of the year — the SEMA Show

For those on the NMRA and NMCA team, the year is really broken up into two seasons — race season and trade-show season. The kick-off to that second season is the biggest automotive aftermarket trade show in the nation — the Specialty Equipment Market Association show. Know simply as the

Flex-A-Lite Direct-Fit Radiator and Electric Fan System for 2003-2007 Ford F-250 and F-350 Trucks with 6.0L Power Stroke Turbodiesel Engine

Owners of 2003-2007 Ford F-250 and F-350 trucks with the 6.0L Power Stroke turbodiesel engine can now benefit from significantly better engine cooling with a Flex-A-Lite Direct-Fit Extruded Tube Core radiator. This new radiator application is available both with (part number 315360) and without (part number 315300) a Flex-A-Lite dual-electric fan.

New Product—Flex-A-Lite LoBoy Flex-Wave Electric Fan

Flex-A-Lite® has now incorporated its Flex-Wave™ electric-fan blade into the LoBoy 16-inch fan to create a new, class-leading fan assembly. Making use of the aerodynamic efficiencies in the patent-pending Flex-Wave fan blade, the LoBoy electric fan produces alcass-leading 3,000 cfm of airflow. In our testing, the LoBoy Flex-Wave electric fan had 33 percent more airflow than