This replacement fan for the Chevy SSR is built from GM P/N 15819952 (Corvette Z-06 fan) and drops directly into the existing brackets on the radiator. Airflow improvement above the OEM fan is 20% on low speed and 50% on high speed. The shrouded blade and open structure of the fan housing offers the performance of a shroud at low speed and the advantage of an open back at high speed. This fan is NOT a foreign-made clone. It is created from a genuine GM (Delphi) fan and uses only the highest quality components available.
All wiring is built to the highest standards. The two speed functionality of this fan follows the original SSR system design and is significantly robust with increased airflow. Inrush (startup) current to the new fan is 30% higher than the OEM unit and requires connection of the additional power and ground to the SSR electrical system. Installation is simple and can be done in less than about 20 minutes…. even for a novice. Fits all years. Airflow through the SSR radiator was measured at 2850 cfm in a small wind tunnel.
The fan is shipped complete and ready to install with no additional hardware required. The MFK-2 fits into the existing space with no conflicts, even on the 03-04. It connects directly to the existing 3-pin fan wiring harness and has additional / separate power and ground connections. The MFK-2 is directly compatible with either the OEM radiator or the thicker upgraded one offered here:GM / AC Delco Heavy Duty SSR Radiator
Please check to see if you need the added option for a new (vehicle side) connector to the wiring harness (link below). This option will let you replace a damaged connector when you install the new fan. Having a good connection is paramount. Please inspect your three pin connector to be sure it has not been melted or compromised.
“In Stock” means that I have assembled all the parts and have one ready to ship. “Out of Stock” means that my inventory of built-up fans is gone and I am gathering parts to build another small batch. My goal is to add 6 into inventory each Monday to satisfy the demand that has built up over the last couple months.