Small Block Chevy
Speedmaster electric water pumps eliminate unnecessary weight and impeller drag experienced at high RPM. These durable but light weight aluminum pumps push up to 35 gallons of water per minute of coolant circulation, Speedmaster electric water pumps give you the flow that you need, without costing you horsepower. CNC-machined from T-6 aluminum, these lightweight pumps have a direct-drive 12 V motor, spinning a redesigned impeller on a stainless steel shaft. Speedmaster pumps draw just 5.8 amps. Because they don't run off of your crank, they won't eat up race-winning horsepower. Other features include availability in several colors, superior RFI suppression, and a removable center section for cam adjustment or replacement.
Lightweight, Direct-Drive Cooling Performance
Speedmaster Electric Water Pumps are CNC-machined from durable, lightweight T-6 aluminum designed to eliminate unnecessary weight and impeller drag at high RPMs. These electric water pumps push up to 60-gallons of water per minute in circulation, all without reducing horsepower. A direct-drive 12-volt motor spins a redesigned impeller on a stainless steel shaft and only draws 5.8 amps.
As informations, where is the inlet and which one is the outlet on this pump? I ask because i bought this one to fit it on a project and it seems that the inlets are the 2 side holes 3/4inch NPT... Am i correct? THX
Is there a seal kit available to repair a leaking pump?
will this work with a small block 400 with a 6-71 blower
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