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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-10-2017, 11:25 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone running the fans on the engine? If so which ones and why please.
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post #2 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-10-2017, 12:12 PM
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Anyone running the fans on the engine? If so which ones and why please.
I have Wards Werks on my 2012, because they work. I also have them on my 94 Heritage. My RG has never went into limp mode with these fans. I've had them for over 50,000 miles with no issues. Also have several riding buddies that have them on there bikes with no issues. There are several forum members that also have them and I'm sure they'll chime in. Good luck in your search but I wouldn't run anything but Wards!
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Bandit 7, thanks for the response. Strangely enough the Wards are the ones I'm looking into. Harely has some new ones but they are for 17 and newer bikes. It gets damned hot here in Tx.
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I have the Wards fans, some of the earliest ones, set number 22 I believe. They are absolutely fantastic, bike never has gone into heat management mode even with a high compression 107. Another plus is there small and don't detract from the clean lines of the v twin.


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Wards are the best and he stands by his product. I had a small issue and he took care of it at no cost to me and without question after I had 15000 miles on them.


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Wards Fans. They just keep working.
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post #7 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-11-2017, 09:51 AM
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I have Jim's Force Flow fan. It works great and blends right in with the engine.

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Ward's work great on Redd Sledd.

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I have the wards fans on my bike, they definitely work...sitting in NYC traffic the bike is no longer crying in pain.....

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I went with the Love Juggs fans. very happy with them. needed it on the 110
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