<VV> My new experimental fan

Hugo Miller Hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Sat Nov 11 14:48:05 EST 2017

Looks nice - what does it weigh - that's the question?!

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From: kevin nash via VirtualVairs
Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2017 5:46 PM
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Subject:  My new experimental fan

In 2013 I had posted that I was working on a new engine cooling fan, and I 
thought you all might like to see

some pictures of the completed prototype that I will be installing on my 
engine for testing. The expectations for this new fan are that it will 
simultaneously crank out a lot more cfms, and use a lot less

hp... particularly at high rpms. I have been able to do some preliminary 
tests that simulate pressures near

an engine rpm of 1000, both with the stock fan and the "Nashfan", and this 
new fan does indeed appear to

be living up to my high expectations of it. I cant wait to see how this 
thing does for real on a running engine!!

Kevin Nash
1963 Turbo, EFI Daily Driver
engine currently disassembled
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