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EDIT: although early measurements and testing suggested that 60mm was enough, probably should have used 50mm

Two 60x60x25mm computer fans. These are medium speed (3000rpm) but have some high speed (5000rpm) on order.

Fused, currently no switch. Wired to taillight circuit.

The bracket is made from an old computer case. It is stiff due to those "wings" being bent at an angle.

No, the pet carrier does not block them.

Flow direction is towards rear.
Adequate clearance above mudguard to allow full shock compression
Adequate clearance above mudguard to allow full shock compression
Wings 'n bends 'n bolt holes
Wings 'n bends 'n bolt holes
The fans
The fans
View from below. Pet carrier does not block them.
View from below. Pet carrier does not block them.
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Why? Is this to protect the ECU from overheating?
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Mike Holland wrote:
Why? Do you want to carry your beer in the pet carrier?
If i did then this might be a good way
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You were too quick, got in before I edited my post.
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Mike Holland wrote:
Why? Is this to protect the ECU from overheating?
Part of a multipronged approach
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I missed this when you first posted it. And yes, I think this is probably a first.

Can you tell us more about what you're trying to achieve?
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