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Old 02-08-2006, 11:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
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whats the best thing to do for my annoying fan clutch. is there a good delete kit thats safe, should i just get the stock one fixed or is there some aftermarket kit that works best. My car sounds like damn 747 taking off when im driving. its by far the most annoying thing i have ever experianced with any of the cars iv owned. runs some ideas by me. thanks
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"safe" is a loose term , but yes you can get fan delete kits out there, or you can put together the parts yourself from your local performance shops and BMW dealership

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