Aluminum In-Line Electric Water Pumps
These pumps are currently being used by NHRA Pro Stock Champion Warren Johnson and Kurt Johnson by Dart Industries, and Jim Yates - as well as road racing American Lemans and SCCA World Challenge
Stewart Components has developed in-line electric water pumps with unique features and benefits. Weighing less than 5 pounds and measuring 6'' long with a 4-1/4'' diameter, these pumps have
single speed flow up to 55 GPM.
The electronic control box can be mounted remotely using the prefabricated harnesses sold separately. The pumps can be used alone in many applications or as a booster pump for vehicles that experience overheating problems in low RPM situations.
Because mechanical water pump speed is directly linked to engine RPM, overheating can become a major problem while in parades, cruises, or stop-and-go traffic. An in-line booster pump solves this problem by working with the mechanical pump to create constant added flow to the engine block. These pumps have been proven to increase flow by more than 300% at idle.
Lightweight Polymer with 1-1/4'' or 1-3/4'' slip-on inlet/outlet ports
I'd like to install this as an inline "booster", and just trigger this pump when I need additional flow (rather than run it nonstop). So if this pump isn't powered on, would it impede flow to/from my mechanical pump?
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