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Why Us?


Bill Venturini

Bill Venturini

Owner, Venturini Motorsports

We’ve been using Maradyne fans for several years to keep our race cars cool. From Daytona to the short tracks, these fans have never failed us.

We mount them on the back of our radiators, and the air pulled through them is phenomenal

Bill Evanoff

Bill Evanoff

President, Super Coupe Performance

My company has been offer the Maradyne fans for three years now after seeing their product at the SEMA show. I spoke with Fred Garza and he gave me a great education on fan design and also was very knowledgeable about the competing companies (more…)

Brad Basner

Brad Basner

Owner, ,48 Ford Truck

Love the Maradyne Champion series fan on my ’48 Ford F-1 pickup! Running a mild 350 Chevy and a radiator from a 70’s Dodge pickup. Originally the F-1 had a hood brace that sealed to the top of the radiator and helped force air flow through. With the 16″ puller the truck runs at 180 all day! Thanks CJ for all the tech advice!

Robert Stuck

Robert Stuck

Owner, '48 Rat Rod

Thanks again for the fan help today CJ. You saved the day like Superman.

When I limped into the Summit Motorsport Park today in my 48 Rat Rod with a broken fan and a broke alternator, I was thinking my journey to complete the Hot Rod Power Tour was in question. (more…)