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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-26-2014, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Jims force flow fan

Was thinking about buying a wards werks fan and came across the force flow, is anybody running one ??


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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-27-2014, 12:20 AM
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Both work great easy to install
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QUOTE=Olskoo;1987081]Was thinking about buying a wards werks fan and c

ame across the force flow, is anybody running one ??


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I'm running the werks. Super easy to install. I live in Tucson, Arizona and bike hasn't went into heat mode since I've installed.

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Just installed one last nite. Been raining all day so I won't be able to test it out until next week.

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Jims force flow fan

Been running mine on my 107 since the beginning of July , 100 degree temp. In Northern Ca. seems to be working great . Comes on about 140 degrees cylinder temp. and shuts down after cylinder temp is around 90 degrees . Looks good to. (Jims force flow)


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I like the way Jim's looks better than ward's. If it work just as well I may go with that.

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Has anybody seen or used the love jugs fans

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I've seen the "love jugs" they're huge, one of the reasons I went with Wards.

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Agree with Deadstroke , the jims looks a lot cleaner. I have the black with machined accents . Amazon $320.00 delivered


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The Love Jugs do what they advertise to keep your engines temps down in slow traffic and stop n go.

I'm running them on my trike with a 124" engine. I also have a Oil Bud oil cooler as well aiding in the overall temperature management of my engine.
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