How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999's and above fans pull?

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    How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999\'s and above fans pull?

    I know the newer ones pull more CFM but does anyone have any idea how much?
     
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    Re: How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999\'s and above fans pull?

    bump!
     
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    Re: How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999\'s and above fans pull?

    On that note...

    I am thinking about upgrading my 98 to a 99 style fan... should I upgrade to the aluminum radiator as well?
     
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    Re: How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999\'s and above fans pull?

    That's what I am planning on doing but thinking of fabercating a shroud that has a fan that can pull more CFM than the stock. I just need to get a reference of what the stock ones do.
     
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    Re: How much CFM does the stock 1998 vs the 1999\'s and above fans pull?

    Not sure about exact CFM numbers, but I do know that one of the benefits of the 99+ fan is the placement of the fan, and the diameter. The motor is also smaller but stronger.
     

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