Remote Mount Water Pump
The WP3 is a great option for a racing for it is only 3.23 Lbs and draws only 3.5 amps at 12V. The WP3 also pumps 25 gallons per minute and can be mounted in any position.Lightweight Racing Design With High Flow Rate and Low Current Draw
The Smallest, Lightest, Highest-Volume Electric Water Pump Available Today!
Designed specifically for drag racing by Dedenbear, the Cool Pump is the smallest, lightest, high volume electric pump out there. It outperforms all others, because Dedenbear's design does not copy OEM water pumps. The Cool Pump was engineered for the specific job of pumping water in a race car - with the types of engines, radiators and radiator placements used by drag racers. The compact size and short height makes it ideal for dragsters and cars with minimal radiator clearance. Dedenbear's premium quality custom built motor features ball bearings, high temperature armature windings, and a stainless steel shaft. The cool pump is also a one-piece aluminum casting with a single gasket design and a custom shaft seal to ensure a leak free performance. These pumps are designed to clear belt drive timing systems.
My object is to keep my eng. as cool as possible for drag racing, without adding much weight with a high capacity cooling system. Is more gpm better, and if so why would someone buy a 25 gpm water pump for double the price of 50 gpm pump? Thanks
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