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Mishimoto 14 in. Performance Slim Electric Radiator Fan (79-14 All)

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  • 14" Electric Slim Fan
  • High Flow 1300 Cfm
  • Improves Cooling Capacity
  • Ideal Upgrade or Replacement
  • Corrects Overheating Problems
  • Ultra Slim Design
  • Straight Blade Design
  • Universal Fit
Replace or Upgrade. Whether you're replacing a broken stock fan or upgrading, this 14" Slim Mishimoto High Performance Fan will increase your cooling capacity. Its slim fit is the answer to fitment problems with other aftermarket products and if you need more space for major mods.

Keep Cool. If you have serious mods or let your Pony stretch its legs on the track or strip, it's critical to keep engine temps down to prevent expensive problems. Even daily driven 'Stangs can overheat if the conditions are tough, like in bumper-to-bumper traffic, causing permanent engine damage. Protect your investment with this high performance Mishimoto slim radiator fan.

Ultra Slim Design. Unlike your bulky stock fan, which takes up a lot of room, the Mishimoto slim radiator fan can be easily installed flush against your radiator leaving lots of room for other performance parts.

Application. Thanks to the Universal Fan Mounting Kit, the Mishimoto fan can be mounted to any radiator. It can also be mounted in the most convenient position to allow room for other aftermarket parts.

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What's in the Box
Hardware included:
  • 4 Highly Durable Plastic Ties
  • 4 High Durable Tie Knots
  • 4 Anti-Shock Springs
  • 4 Fin Protecting Pads
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Tech Specs

Fan Specifications:

  • CFM: 1300
  • Fan Diameter: 328mm
  • Fan RPM: 2200
  • Number of Blades : 10
  • Current: ~5.5A
  • Voltage: 12V
Will it fit my Mustang?
  • Boss 302 - 12, 13
  • Foxbody - 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93
  • Mach 1 - 03, 04
  • V6 - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • Bullitt - 01, 08, 09
  • Cobra - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 01, 03, 04
  • GT - 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
  • GT500 - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

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Please read my comments before. I just found out some new information. I spoke to a freind of mine who once worked with Ford and I found this out about the fan. The reason the fan seems like s**t is becasue ...

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Mishimoto, GREAT BUY!

So just like everyone else, I was terrified when I received the fan, and saw it was MUCH smaller than the stocker. Install was quick and painless, it took about 40 minutes. I did the wiring as per Nick ...

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Overall Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars
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Review & Install Video

Well, here it is, our new project car, and as you can see I use the term new very loosely, you Fox body folks have been asking for it, so we’re going to give you a build unlike anything we’ve ever done before, we’re going to do a complete restoration on our 93 GT convertible, and you guys are going to be with us every step of the way. So what are our plans? Well, to say this thing is a little rough, would be the understatement of the century, we need to tackle just about everything there is on this car, I’m talking bodywork, paint, interior, headlights, and what’s left of our top just to name a few. Obviously we’re fans of just about every Mustang under the sun however there are a few that really get us going. One of these is the 93 Mustang Cobra, this was one of the first cars offered by Ford’s SVT division, and really set the tone as far as factory performance tuning is concerned however there was one problem, it was never offered in a convertible so we’re going to actually have a little fun with this build and make something we wish Ford had offered from the factory, we’re going to make our very own Mustang 93 Cobra convertible, which should really turn our tired old Fox into one bad little street machine. Before we get into the fun stuff, we need to take care of some much needed maintenance here on our 93, mainly the worn out and the 100000 plus drive train and body. So that’s the goal with this first step, we’re going to get our GT running like new again, and get the car ready for paint, because…yeah, we got a lot of work to do, so let’s get to it. Alright, 100000 miles of burnouts and hard launces has not been nice to our factory clutch, because it’s absolutely shot, so this is one of those areas where we’re not only going to freshen up, but we’re also going to upgrade, now our upgrade comes in the form of this Exedy Mach 350 stage 1 clutch, and the SR Performance clutch adjuster kit. This kit will replace our old, worn out, gummed up factory cable with this brand new adjustable cable as well as strengthen the weak plastic factory clutch quadrant with this brand new Billet piece. Basically we’re strengthening our overall shifting experience. Besides our beat clutch, our 302 motor is running extremely rough, we’re misfiring all over the place, and the power just isn’t there like it should be, so we’re going to give our motor a serious tuneup. Ryan and I are in the process of installing these iridium plugs as well as a new set of wires as well, on top of that we’re also doing a brand new distributor cap and rotor, and finally a brand new serpentine belt. All these parts should really get our 5.0 firing on all 8 cylinders again. As a little pointer for you whenever you’re doing a tuneup, we recommend using a little anti-seize on all your threads, just because you don’t want a stuck spark plug in your block. In addition, go ahead and throw a little dielectric grease on all your contacts, it’ll just help keep any excess moisture out. Unfortunately our slipping clutch and misfires are only part of the problem, when we were on the way back to the shop we noticed are car was running a little hot so we decided to overhaul our entire cooling system just to be safe. We’re ditching our factory radiator and mechanical fan in favor of this aluminum performance unit from Mishimoto, along with one of their electrical fans. This electrical fan will not only keep things cool, but by ditching that mechanical fan, we’re also going to free up some drag on our accessory belt, which in turn should free up some extra horsepower. To wrap up our entire cooling package we’re going with a brand new thermostat from Mishimoto, along with a new set of hoses from Ford Racing. Of course we have some performance stuff lined up after we get the car back from paint, but in the meantime we have to address this Frankenstein intake we found on the car, we’re going to replace it with this brand new SR Performance cold air intake which, besides giving us a nice little bump in power and sound, will more importantly get rid of this eyesore underneath the hood. Before we get out of the hood completely, we wanted to further reduce the parasitic drag on our accessory belt, so we decided to install this SR Performance smog pump delete kit. Could we run a smaller belt and eliminate the pump completely? Probably, but we wanted to do it right the first time, and clean up the engine bay in the process. Now that we’ve taken care of some necessary maintenance, let’s get to the next big part of the first stage of our resto. The only thing worse than the actual running condition of our GT is the physical condition, I’m not going to lie, this thing is pretty rough in just about every way, but that’s about to change, we’re going to send our GT off for some serious bodywork that includes a brand new paint job, but first, we need to take care of some problem areas. Some of these problem areas include a brand new set of smoked, one piece headlights, a new fender and a rear deck lid panel just to name a few but that’s not all that exciting, this is what’s going to turn our dream build into a reality, we’re going to outfit our 93 GT with a complete Cobra style body kit, along with this Cobra style wing, which when we’re done with our build, should turn our stock 93 vert, into one of the baddest, and possible one of the only, Foxbody convertible Cobras around. Well, that wraps up the first stage of the restoration here on our 93 GT, we took care of some much needed maintenance and got the car ready for the body shop, when we get the car back from paint, we’re really going to start having some fun with the interior and exterior styling, and of course give the car some much needed performance to back up that Cobra appearance, but in the meantime, I’m on my way to paint.

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I need to know if this will work! My 03 V6 stangs fan went bad i think. The fan made a loud bang then started making a loud clicking sound. the fan will still spin but wobbles, and it makes a loud clicking sound everytime it kicks on. so i unpluged it and run the heat on high and suffer. im wanting to go on a road trip here soon and need to know if this will work, also does it come with a motor?


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will this work as an accessory fan? I have an '09 mustang, i live in florida and i noticed that after driving for a while the engine bay gets really hot. would adding this fan on the front side of the radiator and wiring it up to be a pusher rather than a puller help cool down the engine bay ad get the heat out?


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Would I need a controller kit for it to work or where can I simply wire it if Im just swapping out with my original fan


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Overall Rating 3.8

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  • 3/5

    July 28, 2010


    Please read my comments before. I just found out some new information. I spoke to a freind of mine who once worked with Ford and I found this out about the fan. The reason the fan seems like s**t is becasue of the three wires going to the fan from the car and theres only two wires on the Mishimoto fan. Now acording to the instructions for this item it tells you to connect the blue/orange wire from the car to the blue wire on the fan, and of course the two grounds connect. The instructions then say to tape off the red wire as its not needed. WRONG! Now coming from the car the three wires are as follows. Black is Ground, Red is low speed, and blue is high speed. If you connect a volt meter you will see for yourself that there is voltage to the red wire as soon as the fan is supposed to turn on (Around the RM on the NORMAL gauge); Once the temperature gets up. The only time voltage gets turned on the blue wire is when the engine gets extreamly hot (Around AL) OR if the air conditioning is turned on. For those of you who were like me and thought this product is crap, turn on your A/C and the fan should turn on. The reason is becasue the Red wire and the Blue wire are on separte relays in the CCRM and the AC is on the same relay as the High speed. This being said there is an easy solution, Switch the wires!. I connected my fan back up and this time i used the red wire to the blue wire on the fan. I started it up and let it get to temperature and sure enough the fan turned on when it was supposed to. I couldnt believe it. Its the blue/ orange wire you want taped up. Im thinking that with the Mishimoto fans theres only one speed. So if you have to choose what wire to connect, obviosly you want the wire conencted that will keep your engine cooler. I would advise against connecting both the red and blue/orange wire the blue wire on the fan becasue if you do that then when the engine gets to temperature and sends voltage to the red wire, voltage will back-feed in the ornage/blue wire. And i forget what my freidn said would happen but its not somehting you want to deal with... I really hope this helps other people becasue i was ready to take out my .12 gauge to this Aftermarket fan crap. Im running the fan in my car now and sofar...... SO GOOD. My car is a 96 GT.

    Nick M

    Year: 1996 Model: GT

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  • 5/5

    March 02, 2011

    Mishimoto, GREAT BUY!

    So just like everyone else, I was terrified when I received the fan, and saw it was MUCH smaller than the stocker. Install was quick and painless, it took about 40 minutes. I did the wiring as per Nick M., and I'm happy I did. Within minutes the car warmed up, and the fan kicked on. I saw a dramatic drop in temperature. All in all, it was a great buy, and I would recommend this product to anyone I know!

    Vince S

    Year: 1996 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 1/5

    July 08, 2010


    I recieved my fan nice and quick thanks to AM. Unfortunatly the fasteners in pieces. The end caps are broke off all four of the very brittle zip ties and now i need to continue to borrow a friends vehicle until this gets sorted out. First time buying an import product and this happens.. Stick with Domestic parts.

    Nick M

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  • 5/5

    January 27, 2012

    Mishimoto 14 in. slim electric radiator fan

    1st; American Muscle was fast to quick on their end in processing and shipping. When asked if this fan would work with my car they said yes, however if I had to do it all over again I would have got 2 14 in. fans or the 16 in. version instead. 2nd; The fan made it to me in three days and was in its original Mishimoto packing box. I still had to wait for the Mishimoto radiator to arrive so a little dissappointing at the moment. Then the day after the fan unit arrived I got anouther package from AM and this time it was fastening hardware to mount the fan to the radiator. I was not sure why I recieved the 2nd package or if AM just new I would need the hardware pakage and sent it out to me anyway or if there was a seperate cost for the hardware? Never the less the installation went smooth although I would have done two 14 in. fans side by side or steped up to the 16 in. fan. I read lots of reviews and its funny how many overzellas poeple there are I read one review that someone wrote saying "I put the fan in and my temperature gauge would normally be in the mid to high end and now its only about a quarter of the way on the temp gauge" Let me just say, I installed everything according to specifications and as outlined by my Haynes manual and as well installed a Mishimoto alum. racing radiator as well filled with the specified amount of purple ice and my temp gauge is still where its always been "dead center" and well within limitations. So dont be fooled by some poeple's reviews as they are most likely happy with how it looks and a little overzellas. 3rd; I would purchase from AM again and again as their service was very acceptable. And as far as Mishimoto goes I would definatly Highly reccomend anyone who is looking to replace their OEM radiator or fan unit to purchase it from AM and Mishimoto. Mishimoto goes as far as to replace their radiator if your involved in an accident or collision as long as you show proof of police report and provide them with a picture of the radiator no if ands or buts!!! NOW THATS THE WAY IT SHOULD BE coodoos to Mishimoto I will put a Mishimoto radiator in all my vehicals for the rest of my life. Lets see Fluidyne do that for their same quality high priced radiator that looks exactly the same as the Mishimoto only the word fluidyne is painted on the cooling fins, Its the same fan only the qulity of welds are cleaner than the Fluidyne and both are very nice to look at SO if you want the name Fluidyne on your radiator get some spray paint and do it your self on a Mishimoto radiator and spend your money on something else. Sorry about the spelling I'm a pilot not a author. Mishimoto and American Muscle was one of the best deciscions I have made for my 2001 ford Mustang GT as well as my wallet!!!!!! Thanks AM, Mishimoto


    Year: 2001 Model: GT Driving Style: Daily Driver 'Stangs I have owned: 1 Massachusetts

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  • 5/5

    July 23, 2010


    i never had overheating problems with my stock fan. my fan broke so i tried to save a few bucks by going cheap. "ha" i am kicking myself for doing so i should of fuigured. this fan is way to small to cool a gt v8 my car overheats about 3/4 of the way i never had this problem with my stock not only am i out what i paid for this cheapo i have overheating probs. save yourself time, money and that "I TOLD YOU SO' from your girlfriend. stick with your stock or cough up an extra few bucks to buy a better cooling system this one sucks.


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  • 1/5

    September 20, 2012

    No air flow

    The stock fan quit working replaced with this. My 2003 SC GT needed more air than the fan could put out. Got a new Stock one in working great


    Year: 2003 Model: GT Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 3 Camano Island, WA, USA

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  • 4/5

    September 28, 2011

    Mishimoto 14" Fan

    Great electric fan by Mishimoto. I wish it came with a toggle switch. My car runs alot cooler with this fan and new radiator.


    Year: 1990 Model: Other Driving Style: Street / Strip 'Stangs I have owned: 3 Elverson, PA

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  • 3/5

    June 20, 2008

    Good for Winter

    I bought this fan about six months ago because my stock fan wouldnt let my car warm up quick enough for my heater to kick in. During the summer in baton rouge, my car has overheated a couple of times in bumper to bumper traffic. Switching back to stock fan unfortunately.

    Steven C

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  • 5/5

    January 10, 2011

    new fan here i come!!!

    i love the slim clean look and great performance it works way better then the stock fan all around very pleased with this product and want to thank American Muscle for another great product.

    Rafael Rivera

    Driving Style: Daily Driver

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  • 5/5

    August 15, 2010

    On wiring it

    This is what i have found. On a gt mustang 2001 there are two wires one orange with red and orange with blue. I don't find one to be high or low I found that that the orange with red is normal working. BUT if for some resin the fuse beaker on front side of the right strut tower brakes or some other type of malfunction the orange with blue becomes hot and keeps the fan running all time until the system returned to normal. I have wired to two together with on harm. I found this because the system quit working and the car over heated and the orange with red went cold and now the orange with blue was hot. I do have the schematic for the CCRM that supports this. I cant post it but if American Muscle wants to post it I will send it to them.


    Year: 2001 Model: GT

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