Nissan Patrol GQ / GU TD42 Ultimate Fan Cooling Upgrade Kit

QIKAZZ 4x4 & Camping




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Well you have all been waiting for this. This IS the ultimate in keeping your TD42 Cool, designed and tested here in Australia using only the highest quality parts.

If you want to keep your TD42 cool, look no further, perfect for these long hill climbs, or when towing your camper/caravan.

Suits all TD42 Engines both GQ and GU.

This fan and hub is much larger than any Nissan fan and out performs all of the Nissan units by up to and over 10 deg (based on averages after testing on many vehicles with varying fan/hub configurations including the G35 Fans)

The adaptor has been designed and engineered from the ground up with a true centre spigot to keep it all perfectly lined up and spinning true. 

The fan is a Genuine Mitsubishi Fan, NOT an Aftermarket cheap quality unit that will over flex and hit your shroud or radiator. (yes we could give you a cheap fan, but we don't want to take this risk, do you?)

The Viscous Hub is the Highest quality Aftermarket unit, manufactured by a company with over 45 locations in almost 20 countries, so rest assured your getting a quality product,  again - this is no cheap Chinese product.

Forget adding oil to your current setup, that only makes the fan engage all the time, it drags power away from the engine and still doesn't help anywhere near enough, even with the G35 fan. Trust us, we have tried. :) With this setup you can really hear when the fan engages and disengages so you know its working well.

NOTE: This will only work with a stock size radiator, IE 2 core on GQ and 1 core on GU, any thicker upgraded radiators like 3 core on  GQ or 2 core on GU or custom made larger radiators may cause this fan to foul on the shroud or the radiator itself.  We will not be liable if you damage your shroud or radiator after fitting this fan and not checking your fan clearances are safe.

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Kris h.

Works awesome sucks heaps more air

Workmanship is amazing an awesome Customer service. Little fiddly to install but overall awesome Thanks guys


Great product even better service.

The boys went above and beyond to sort out an issue with my fan. (Manufacturing issue with the viscous hub) customer service was amazing. Posted out new parts same week and had it sorted. Products well engineered and works great.


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Great product towing fully-loaded car Ac on and temps stayed below 90deg up the hill no more than 95deg in 30deg weather very happy great customer support also highly recommended

Mitch Kennedy

TD42 fan upgrade

Best $500 I’ve ever spent. Hands down. I live in samford so an insane number of big hills with not much flat for the car to recover... perfect kettle terrain. The water temps would be around the 80/90’ mark, going to high 90s on a big hill. And that was me driving with a light foot as I wasn’t in the mood for any tea Last night I spent 40mins putting the new fan in and today I tested it... Holy ****.... I’ve never had such a big grin on my face. I mean I expected a small temp reduction but not in excess of 15’ consistently! The sound of that thing ******* air gives me goosebumps. This is the fan that should have been there from stock. I absolutely gave that motor all the berries I could possibly give it and the temp never even touched 80. I tried to get it there like my life depended on it and it just wouldn’t go near it. As soon as I backed of it went down to 73, I’ve only seen that number after startup on the stock fan. So for you people asking about overheating TD’s. Spend the $500, it’s the best money I’ve spent on that thing!

Owen S.

Great cooling

Instructions were easy to follow. bit fiddly trying to put the fan with the adapter in as there isnt much clearance but it is possible. took it for a test on a 30 degree day on a beach, coolant never went over 95. Previously i would overheat to 120.

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