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hey guys, i am looking for a 80mm or 92mm fan (small) for a car amplifier. Noise is not really a issue since it will be in the trunk but i dont want it that loud that i can hear it in the cabin. As i said it has to push A LOT of air since the thing is gets pretty hot. i also need a fan grille for it and how should i run it ? push or pull?



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i wanted something like the scythe gt ap15 92mm fans but theres no way of finding them.
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A few delta's to look at i spose:
78.1cfm 46db, 40cfm 29db, a panaflo 42cfm 27 db, good old scythe gt
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I would try to use a larger fan if possible. I'd say run as intake, but try to direct exhaust air away somehow. A trunk for a standard car is completely enclosed, which can make cooling stuff back there pretty difficult. If you run your stereo high enough constantly (say, ~25% volume) you can run pretty much any fan and you shouldn't hear a thing through the seats.
post #5 of 15
If you can use a 100mm fan, the high speed fan will provide the most airflow.

Scythe "KAZE-JYU" Silent 100x25mm Fan (fits 92mm fan holes)

Or try coolerguys, they have a cabinet 92mm fan and bracket kit.
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If at all possible I would opt for a 120mm fan. Your going to get the most flow/noise out of it. I would think that somthing like a san ace/delta 120x38 would be a tad much. I would snag a cheap 120 in the 65-75cfm range, maby somthing like a tri-cool. If you could fit it in, a TY-140 would be amazing me thinks I'm not sure I agree with using two fans in intake/exhaust setup.. I would cut an exhaust hole, and filter the fan. less of a baggless vaccume cleaner effect. I'm working on the same thing..with 2 TY-140's as intake with fan filters. Trunks can get skanky...so a filter is a must imo..

P.S. in your design, move the fan exhaust hole's to the opposite wall...for more of a flow though..but keep it offset from the intake.
Edited by KhaoticKomputing - 5/6/11 at 6:41am
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vantec tornado. i bought this fan for a 92mm hsf i had. Let me tell you, you will not be disappointed with its performance. it is loud tho, but man it moves some serious air. Its cheap too, i think i paid 12 bucks new for it.
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i found this guys, would 57db be noticible from the trunk to the drivers seat? (about 10 feet) also wat voltage does this operate? because i am going to be sitting pretty high in voltage ~13-14
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Originally Posted by ALAMO695 View Post
i found this guys, would 57db be noticible from the trunk to the drivers seat? (about 10 feet) also wat voltage does this operate? because i am going to be sitting pretty high in voltage ~13-14
Chances are, it's rated for 12V. As long as the trunk is "separate" from the driver's area, you shouldn't hear it, especially over engine/road noise. If you're in a hatchback or SUV or something, you'll probably hear it if you have volume on low or something.
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