Moose High Performance Radiator Cooling Fan

Item Number: 327333

$150.95$274.95

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Product Description

Moose Racing

Moose High Performance Radiator Cooling Fan

  • Easily installs using original mounting hardware
  • Typically higher CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) than stock
  • Sealed waterproof and dust proof motor
  • 6,000 hour brush life
  • Made in the USA

Spec Details
Country of Origin USA
Fan Diameter Varies (make selection above)
Flow Rate Varies (make selection above)

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.

Arctic Cat

  • DVX 400 2004-2008

Honda

  • TRX450ER Sportrax 450ER 2006-2009
  • TRX450R Sportrax 450R 2004-2009

Kawasaki

  • KAF620E Mule 3010 4x4 2001-2008
  • KAF620F Mule 3020 2001-2003
  • KAF620G Mule 3000 2001-2008
  • KFX400 2003-2006
  • KLF400B Bayou 400 4x4 1993-1999
  • KRF750A Teryx 750 4x4 2008
  • KSV700A KFX700 V-Force 2004-2009
  • KVF400A Prairie 400 4x4 1997-1998
  • KVF400B Prairie 400 2x4 1998
  • KVF400C Prairie 400 4x4 1999-2002
  • KVF400D Prairie 400 2x4 1999-2002
  • KVF650D Brute Force 650 4x4 2005-2009
  • KVF700A Prairie 700 4x4 2004-2006
  • KVF750A Brute Force 750 4x4i 2005-2007
  • KVF750D Brute Force 750 4x4i 2008-2011

Polaris

  • 350L 2x4 1993
  • 350L 4x4 1993
  • 350L 6x6 1993
  • 400L 2x4 1994-1995
  • 400L 4x4 1994
  • 400L 6x6 1994
  • Big Boss 400L 6x6 1995, 1997
  • Big Boss 500 6x6 1998-1999
  • Magnum 425 2x4 1995-1998
  • Magnum 425 4x4 1995-1998
  • Magnum 500 2x4 2002
  • Outlaw 450 MXR 2009
  • Outlaw 450 S 2008, 2010
  • Outlaw 500 2006-2007
  • Outlaw 525 2007
  • Outlaw 525 IRS 2008-2009
  • Predator 500 2003-2007
  • Ranger 800 4x4 2011
  • Ranger 800 6x6 2012
  • Ranger Crew 900 Diesel 2012
  • Ranger XP 800 2012
  • Scrambler 400 2x4 2000
  • Scrambler 400 4x4 1999-2000
  • Scrambler 400L 4x4 1997
  • Scrambler 500 4x4 1997-2000
  • Sport 400L 1994-1998
  • Sportsman 400L 1997
  • Sportsman 500 4x4 1996-1999
  • Trail Blazer 250 1996-1997
  • Trail Boss 350L 2x4 1990-1992
  • Trail Boss 350L 4x4 1990-1992
  • Worker 500 1999
  • Xplorer 400 1999-2000, 2002
  • Xplorer 400L 1996-1998
  • Xplorer 500 1997
  • Xpress 300 1996
  • Xpress 400 1996-1997

Suzuki

  • LT-A450X KingQuad 450 AXi 4x4 2007-2009
  • LT-A500XP KingQuad 500 AXi 4x4 EPS 2009
  • LT-A700X KingQuad 700 4x4 2006-2007
  • LT-A750X KingQuad 750 AXi 4x4 2008-2009
  • LT-A750XP KingQuad 750 AXi 4x4 EPS 2009
  • LT-V700F Twin Peaks 700 4x4 2004-2005
  • LT-Z400 QuadSport 400 2003-2008

Yamaha

  • YFM400A Kodiak 400 2x4 2000-2001, 2004
  • YFM400F Grizzly 400 4x4 2007-2008
  • YFM400FA Kodiak 400 4x4 2000-2006
  • YFM450FA Kodiak 450 4x4 2003-2006
  • YFM450FG Grizzly 450 4x4 2007-2009
  • YFM450FX Wolverine 450 4x4 2006-2009
  • YFM550FG Grizzly 550 FI 4x4 2009
  • YFM550FGP Grizzly 550 FI 4x4 EPS 2009
  • YFM660F Grizzly 660 4x4 2002-2008
  • YFM660R Raptor 660R 2001-2005
  • YFM700FG Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 2007-2010
  • YFM700FGP Grizzly 700 FI 4x4 EPS 2007-2010
  • YFM700R Raptor 700R 2006-2009
  • YFZ450 2004-2009
  • YXR7F Rhino 700 FI 4x4 2008-2009
  • YXR45F Rhino 450 4x4 2006-2009
  • YXR66F Rhino 660 4x4 2004-2007

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • I use my grizzly 660 to spray herbicide in state parks. So alot of slow creeping through the wood and heavy brush. Will this fan keep it from running hot? I use it 8-9 hrs per day when working it. Also I'm in Fl how long would it take to get one here

    By: Kenny

    This particular fan kit for the Grizzly 660 will indeed flow more air than stock, so it'll certainly help your ATV stay cooler than the original unit. If the stock fan is unable to keep the quad from overheating, this will certainly help in that area. Mind you, it is temperature activated, just like the stock part, so it'll switch on only when coolant temperature reaches the OEM preset. That's usually around 180-200 degrees for most ATVs. Also, another thing to check out while you're putting the fan in place, is to make sure the area surrounding the radiator is clear of any debris that could inhibit its ability to keep the engine as cool as possible.

    By: Staff