Small Block Chevy Pump
Note: Requires use of JEGS o-ring style hose adapter. These black-anodized aluminum hose adapters are sold separately and available in 1 1/4 in. O.D. 555-50905-1, 1 1/2 in. O.D. 555-50906-1 & 1 3/4 in. O.D. 555-50907-1 sizes.
JEGS 50901 Water Pump Features:
- Only 7 3/4 lbs.
- Heavy-duty epoxy-coated 12-volt electric motor
- Draws only 6 Amps
- Billet aluminum 6061 impeller is anodized to resist corrosion
- Stainless steel motor shaft with jacketed seal
- Machined with O-rings for tight block sealing (no gaskets needed)
- (1) 14 Gauge Wiring Harness with fuse holder and 20 amp fuse
- (4) Stainless Steel Socket Head Mounting Bolts: 3/8 in.-16 x 1 in. UHL, with 8 mm Allen Head
- (1) 1/8 in. NPT Pipe Plug
- Installation Instructions
50 GPM Billet Water Pumps That Outperform The Competition
JEGS Electric Water Pumps are CNC-machined from billet aluminum and look as impressive as they perform. Our pumps have a unique design that delivers 50 GPM (Gallons Per Minute) of coolant flow that outperforms any other in its price range. If you are looking for the perfect high-performance racing pump that can perform continuously on the street, look no further. Available in black, blue, red, and clear anodized finishes.
I've got 750 hp 14to1 is this pump suitable?
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