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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Wed, Aug-11-2010, 12:25:33 AM   #1
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Default mishimoto aluminum radiator and zionsville shroud installed

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das borgen: Nice photos and writeup. Thanks for sharing

Would you happen to have a voltage meter on your car? Just curious about the electrical draw of the Spal.
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Agreed, nice writeup and pics. Thanks.

That is a nice setup, mind if I ask what the cost is?
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das borgen: Nice photos and writeup. Thanks for sharing

Would you happen to have a voltage meter on your car? Just curious about the electrical draw of the Spal.
I know it's fused for 30amps but I do believe its draw is around 22 amps or so


I haven t measured myself
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Nice work man! I need to do something similar before next auto-x, but can't decide if I want to run a switch or have it kick on automatically.
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Agreed, nice writeup and pics. Thanks.

That is a nice setup, mind if I ask what the cost is?
mishi rad is $236 shipped
zionsville shroud is $300 shipped
spal fan and mounting feet is $75 shipped
generic relayed fan harness that happened to have the same connector to my fan $12 (ebay )
overflow bottle $1
vinyl tubing $4

I had extra coolant lying around
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Was the aluminum expansion tank included with the shroud?

I went OEM plus SW WP, but that is very very nice!
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I'm running the same set up and love it so far
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very nice. crazy price for the shroud....

i need to tackle this next(my cooling system)

id pick up some black hose for the expansion tank...
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very nice. crazy price for the shroud....

i need to tackle this next(my cooling system)

id pick up some black hose for the expansion tank...
any functional reason?


I checked my coolant level and it was about halfway in the aluminum tank. perfect!

in my madness I kept my jug of coolant and a funnel in my car. Worked great on the way up to work so I didn t need the extra coolant
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