Additional Notes: The standard 35 GPM pump is suitable for normally aspirated engines up to 650HP. Supercharged, turbocharged and high compression, high horsepower applications should use the 55GPM High Flow pump only. This model does not accept heater or bypass hoses as a standard.
Built to Flow 35, 42, or 55 GPM!
Perfect for 12- and 16-Volt Electrical Systems
Remote pumps are the solution when an engine-mounted pump is not available or space limits the ability to use one. These bulkhead-style pumps mount to the frame, firewall, or back of a motor plate. All plumbing inlets/outlets are on one side to install easily and to eliminate any need for a water manifold or distribution block. Standard 100 Series Pumps flow 35 gpm while heavy-duty 100 Series Pumps flow 42 gpm. The 300 Series offers a high-flow water pump at 55 gpm. The pump housing, motor cap, and impeller are CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum, and a stainless steel impeller shaft runs through a carbon-ceramic seal to isolate the epoxy-coated motor from coolant. The motor also has a radio frequency suppression circuit to reduce ignition (RF) interference.Features:
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