Fan drive for '07 engines

Horton has introduced the VMaster Ultra fan drive, designed to cool the higher-horsepower, hotter-running '07-compliant engines. The direct-controlled viscous unit is managed by the engine's ECU. An integral fan speed sensor provides closed-loop control, and the optimized magnetic design speeds up reaction time for better modulation and cooling, according to Horton. In addition, the reservoir, actuator

Horton has introduced the VMaster Ultra fan drive, designed to cool the higher-horsepower, hotter-running '07-compliant engines. The direct-controlled viscous unit is managed by the engine's ECU.

An integral fan speed sensor provides closed-loop control, and the “optimized magnetic design speeds up reaction time for better modulation and cooling,” according to Horton. In addition, the reservoir, actuator and valve system combine to deliver a lower off-speed and faster response time resulting in optimum cooling, reduced fan noise and increased fuel efficiency, the company reports.

Other features of the VMaster Ultra include a rear-mounted cable harness to shield the connection from fan blades and installation on the front of the fan drive to increase airflow.
www.hortonww.com

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