Trail Tech Universal Fan Kit

Trail Tech Universal Fan Kit
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    Trail Tech Universal Fan Kit

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    Details

      The Trail Tech Universal Fan Kit is easy to install and can be used on radiators, oil coolers, transmission coolers, power steering coolers, etc. This is an ideal solution for any application where a model specific kit is not available.
    • Custom adjustment of temperature trigger point.
    • No cutting of fluid lines.
    • Kit Includes:
      Cooling Fan
      TTV Digital Gauge
      Mount Kit
      Temperature Extension
      Temperature Sensor
      Fan Harness
      Power Harness
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    Trail Tech Universal Fan Kit Reviews

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    4.3 / 5.0
    7 Reviews
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    Value
    4.1 / 5
    Durability
    4.7 / 5
    Fitment
    3.9 / 5
    Performance
    4.6 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes (7)
    Value
    5 / 5
    Durability
    5 / 5
    Fitment
    5 / 5
    Performance
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    A must have for the DRZ on tight technical trails
    Really drops the coolant temp. no more boil over on my DRZ when hitting the tight slow stuff.

    -m-2001 SUZUKI DR-Z 400E--
    November 24, 2018
    winnemucca, NV, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    251 - 280 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    2 / 5
    Durability
    5 / 5
    Fitment
    2 / 5
    Performance
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Expensive but works very well
    I think this kit is overpriced but I have to admit it works VERY well and fixed our overheating KTM trail bike. I contacted Trail Tech the manufacturer to ask them if they could send me a mounting bracket for the fan kit. They would not help me or even allow me to purchase the bracket. I was not impressed with them for that. This probably wont be an issue for most buyers. I felt uncomfortable using the zip-tie like fan mount anchors but they seem to be working ok. I suppose I have mixed feelings on this item based on its price and how it mounts. I was not in love with the instructions either. But truthfully it works very well and lets us enjoy riding and not worry about overheating any more!
    September 17, 2018
    mid michigan, MI, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    8 months ago
    Value
    4 / 5
    Durability
    5 / 5
    Fitment
    2 / 5
    Performance
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    KLX450R - VERY TIGHT FIT
    The fan does it's job. I was having boil overs single tracking in southern Utah, Arizona, and Nevada heat and this fan cured the problem.
    My lighting coil will not "keep up" with the demand if the thermostat is set low, say 185 deg. because it runs most of the time, so I set the "on" temp at 200 and that keeps the coolant from boiling and does not drain the battery.
    The fit on my KLX450r required the relocation of the fuel petcock and had to bend the E.G.R. tube back and then it just barely fit.

    -m-2009 KAWASAKI KLX450R--
    July 28, 2018
    Cedar City, UT, US
    Age: 65+
    Purchased
    1 year ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    5'10 - 6'0
    Value
    5 / 5
    Durability
    5 / 5
    Fitment
    5 / 5
    Performance
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    This kit is a must!
    -m-2007 KTM 450 XC-F--
    Install was very simple and only took about an hour. I ride trails and tight slow single track and this fan works awesome! You can adjust the temperature to control when the fan kicks on. Ive been riding most of this year and still have my stock stator and haven’t had any issues “yet”. I would highly recommend this to anyone for any type of riding.
    I made a small bracket out of aluminum and riveted it to the plastic and it works great!
    I made a small bracket out of aluminum and riveted it to the plastic and it works great!
    July 27, 2018
    Scaramento, CA, US
    Age: 25-44
    Purchased
    11 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    4 / 5
    Durability
    4 / 5
    Fitment
    4 / 5
    Performance
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Fan mount for 2008 Beta 525 RS
    I often ride this bike in technical terrain where it can tend to overheat at low rpm. I have a thumper coolant recover system to help with preserving coolant but desert riding can get really hot! The install was straight forward but i had to work around radiator brace and an extended tank. My suggestion is to build a cardboard cutout of the fan and mount, see where it will fit best and draw that out on the radiator. Then see where the wiring will allow you to mount The temp gauge. IMO the wires are too short. I ended up shrinking new wires and cutting a slot in the fairing to fit the gauge. Looks pretty good and I can see it easily. I can send pics if you want.

    -m-DUAL SPORT--
    May 22, 2018
    denver, CO, US
    Age: 45-64
    Purchased
    10 months ago
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    191 - 220 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    4 / 5
    Durability
    4 / 5
    Fitment
    4 / 5
    Performance
    4 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Good fan kit
    Installed this on my 16 KTM XCF 350. Trail Tech sells a fan kit with a bracket for my bike but I have radiator braces installed and had to go with the universal kit. The fan seems to work as described, relatively easy installation. Had to trim the temp sensor a bit to make it fit. The cable from the fan to the computer is not long enough for a universal kit in my opinion. I wanted to mount the computer somewhere on my handlebars but the the cable was too short, so ended up cutting out a hole in the fairing next to the fan (see pics). Overall good product.

    -m-2016 KTM 350 XC-F--
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    Added Dec 30, 2016
    December 30, 2016
    Centennial , CO, US
    Age: 25-44
    Gender:
    Male
    Weight:
    161 - 190 lbs.
    Height:
    6'1 - 6'3
    Value
    5 / 5
    Durability
    5 / 5
    Fitment
    5 / 5
    Performance
    5 / 5
    Recommend it?
    Yes
    Best solution for boiling over...period.
    Super easy to install. Universal wiring is simple and kit works very well. Bike hasn't boiled over once!
    October 13, 2016
    scottsdale, AZ, US
    Purchased
    over 3 years ago
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    Will my 08 crf450r be able to power the fan up with the stock stator or do i need to upgrade?
    oscar g on Jun 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: You'd need a lighting stator
    How does this fan mount to the radiator?
    Cody J on Jul 21, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: The fan mounts to the radiator using button head serrated nylon stems that push through the radiator core fins and on through the mounting bosses (holes) on the fan. The fan is then secured to the stems using lock buttons that simply slide on to the stem. I have used these stems on several projects for trans coolers and oil coolers and never had a problem damaging the radiator. Use caution when laying out the location of penetration because the stems are one time use. Always use the included foam cushions where contact with the radiator is made with the stem head and fan.
    will this kit work on a 15 kx450f?
    A shopper on Jun 22, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This kit will work easily on any thing with a battery and required space for the fan.. If you can fit your fist behind your radiator with a little space to move around it will probably fit. . Always seek dimensions before any purchase when space is limited... 4.3x4.3x1.9 inches think of it a pyramid as the middle is deeper than the sides..Fit very easily on my 08 450sxf and works extremely well. Remember universal usually means modifications may be required. In my case there were none and the wiring was more than long enough..hope this helps.
    Does it fit for a KTM 300 Six Days 2017??
    Andres D on Feb 15, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: This is a universal kit so yes and no. You will have to make the mounts for this kit to work for you. I did this for my Beta because I wanted it to fit a certain way. However there should be a kit that fits your bike direct.
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    would this kit work with 2008 Husqvarna TXC 250?
    Cale F on Sep 3, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I think it would. As stated it's universal. I had to zip tie the temp sensor to the fan and its held up really well. After riding some very technical trails in 90 degree temps I highly reccommend the kit!!
    I have 07 husqavarna 510 te with IMS tank... will it fit?
    ANTHONY K on Jul 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I put it on my ktm 525sx with the ims oversized tank and it was so tight that I had to drain my tank and use a heat gun and very slowly reshape the tank to make it work, it took about an hour and was worth the work but if your not sure you could do it with out damaging the tank then don't
    How many volts is it?
    Carter M on Jun 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: From the trail tech website "Power Requirements10.5V to 14.5V DC Only"
    Will this work as a replacement for a 2015 KLR650 Fan?
    James P on Oct 9, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: I have not put this on a KLR, and don't have extensive knowledge about the KLR, however the temp sensing copper element had to be trimmed down to fit my KLX400. As such, it should be adaptable to many different systtems. It runs from direct connection to the battery, not out of a wiring harness. It actually works very well and I recommend it. Not a difficult install.
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    Will this fit on my 2008 kx450f? I know I’ll have to install a battery source but not sure if this fan will fit..? Thanks.
    Nick K on Nov 24, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: It can be done but it's not an easy fit. I installed mine on the left radiator at the bottom. I had to move the fuel tank petcock further back. I mounted the temp gauge on the left rad fairing as the wires are not long enough to reach the bars. The temp sensor had to be trimmed (narrowed) to fit the radiator fins. I set the "fan on" mode at 200 deg. F. so the fan only comes on when necessary. This keeps the battery from discharging quickly. It's worth the effort. I no longer boil over in any temps..
    well this work on a 2015 beta 300rr?
    A shopper on Nov 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I installed it on a 2009 Honda crf450x. As long as you have enough width on the radiator it should mount no problem. If you get it and it doesn’t fit you can always return it
    Would this kit work on a 2007 yz450f?
    Jacob B on Sep 20, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Should work,
    If you have room behind the radiator and a battery to power it.
    Check the dimensions of the fan to check for room, and mock it up out of cardboard.

    I recommend installing it with a toggle switch or a power source that only allows it to run while the bike is running to save your battery for starting, my KTM doesn't have a kick start. So I learned that lesson quick..

    I hope this helps.
    Is this able to be fitted to a yz450f?
    Ryan d on Jun 26, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This is a universal product. This should have no issues connecting to that machine.
    Will it fit on a 2007 drz400s?
    Quentin W on Apr 18, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This is a universal product. You should have no problems.
    will it work with a 2010 kx450?
    STERLING C on Jul 30, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately that bike has very little electrical output for electrical accessories. The only way to run a fan would be to install a battery and simply wire it directly to the fan kit. I suspect a small lithium battery would be able to run a fan for at least a few hours.
    Can this run on a 2008 KX250F stator?
    Carter M on Jun 21, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately that bike does not have any electrical output for electrical accessories. The only way to run a fan would be to install a battery and simply wire it directly to the fan kit. I suspect a small lithium battery would be able to run a fan for at least a few hours.
    Would this work on a CRF150RB while riding in the woods?
    Ernie M on Mar 5, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Yes as long as you have sufficient electrical power to run it. Obviously you need to ensure the fan fits as well
    What are the dimensions of the fan?
    Matt M on Jan 15, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: 109 x 109 x 48mm or (4.29 x 4.29 x 1.89").
    What temperature should the fan thermostat be set at for my KTM 400 EXC?
    Gary J on Sep 23, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: It is really up to your riding style and situation, but generally around 190 degrees Fahrenheit is a good starting point.
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