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Continental Introduces Powersport Fan Assemblies


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Continental has introduced a new line of powersport fan assemblies for direct replacement on popular ATVs and UTVs.

The new fan-assembly range includes four models offering specific applications on the Polaris RZR and Sportsman Scrambler and Can-Am Outlander Renegade and Maverick.

Although cooling-fan assemblies are a critical part of the engine cooling system, they typically have very little protection on ATVs and UTVs. Exposure to harsh terrains and extreme climates, as well as debris and foreign objects, make ATV cooling fans a high-risk failure part. Continental ATV cooling fans are engineered and built for dependable performance in rugged off-road conditions and a wide range of weather elements, according to the company.

“Off-road recreational vehicles is one of the fastest-growing segments in the motorsports industry, which is still considered to be in its infancy,” said Christina Bergstrom, senior product manager. “Due to the high incidence of replacement, we expect a very strong market demand for our new line of Continental powersports cooling-fan assemblies.”

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