Video: Proform’s New Digital Variable Speed Fan Controller

It’s common knowledge that old cars can tend to run hot; especially in traffic. While larger aluminum radiators do make a difference, the addition of aftermarket cooling fans can make a world of change with keeping your Mopar running cool. Maintaining a consistent engine temperature is an efficient way to keep your engine cool. Proform has just released a brand new product that will help keep your engine cool while keeping your wallet happy as well.

Their new Digital Variable Speed Fan Controller was launched at the PRI Trade Show back in December and people loved it. Now that it’s in full production and available at a great $100 dollar price point, the bar has been raised. While it’s got a cheap price tag on it, this isn’t a cheap product by any means. This isn’t your normal controller either, but rather, a nice billet aluminum piece with a screen that tells you everything you need to know.

Many other fan controllers turn the fan on when the engine is getting too hot, and turn off after expending a lot of energy cooling it. This can lead to amperage spikes, excessive fan wear, and plenty of undesired fan noise. These problems can all be reduced substantially with PROFORM’s new controller. This controller makes the fan(s) run at whatever speed is needed to maintain a consistent temperature. The controller receives a temperature signal from the radiator with either a push-in, or thread-in brass probe. The fan controller processes this signal and runs the fan(s) at the correct speed needed to maintain the desired temperature. The weather resistant billet aluminum housing with bright digital display ensures easy setting by simply pushing + or – to set the temperature.

Just mount it somewhere easy to access under the hood, and it’ll be ready to adjust with just the touch of a finger whenever you need. This controller will work for use with Single or Dual Fan Setups.

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Cody Krueger

Car Feature Editor – [email protected] Since the age of 4, Cody has been obsessed with everything Mopar. On Christmas of 1998, Cody's parents gave him a rusty '69 Charger shell that his father saved from a field. Cody's garage still features that '69 Charger as well as the additions of a '71 Charger R/T, '71 Super Bee, '73 Duster, '08 Challenger SRT8 and a '13 Ram 3500. Cody can truly and proudly say that he is a true Mopar nut in love with all types of Mopars!

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