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Bought thru ebay for 200 bucks. Not as simple as the ls1 fans due to plug n play and harness issues, but it comes out tits once your done with alot of room afterwards.
 

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The one and only JJ
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Man my ss was in shop so fukking long i will be spending my entire weekend detailing it, lol.
 

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Clean that thing so we can tell what we are looking at!!!! I was also looking at the GTO Fans a while ago, the best part is they still have stock in them.
 

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Looks clean I have the LS1 fans sitting in the garage waiting to get over to Tune Time Performance for install.
 

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lots of room in there now. + a few more ponys
 

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I went with the GTO fans also. Easy install just a little tight on the trans lines side. I had to trim 3/4"
off the bottom lip to fit over the lower part of the radiator. Love mine. I bought all the stuff to move my lines with hose fitting to replace the bottom radiator fittings also 3/8" coupling fittings to go on the lines by the lower frame where I cut them. This gives me flex lines from the frame to the lower radiator with the driver side exiting to a trans cooler. Here is who sell's all the neat fittings to get it right.
http://www.bulkpart.com/Merchant2/m...GY&Store_Code=2&Category_Code=cooler-fittings
 

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Did yall use a VSM module or the wiring harness from pcmforless or wire it up yourselves? Im looking to do a similar setup and do the flexlines for a tranny cooler as well.
 
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