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Electric water pump by jron
Started on: 03-24-2004 10:01 PM
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Report this Post03-24-2004 10:01 PM Click Here to See the Profile for jronClick Here to Email jronSend a Private Message to jronDirect Link to This Post
I'm looking at putting one on my 350 tpi. What do you, that have them, recommend. Is there a lower limit flow rate? What amp rate is best.? How long do they last. ( hours ) Can they be rebuilt? Which one fits best? Is this about all I need to know ?
I want to get it right the first time ! Oh yeah,how do I wire it in. I want to know everything !!!

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I'm looking at putting one on my 350 tpi. What do you, that have them, recommend. Is there a lower limit flow rate? What amp rate is best.? How long do they last. ( hours ) Can they be rebuilt? Which one fits best? Is this about all I need to know ?
I want to get it right the first time ! Oh yeah,how do I wire it in. I want to know everything !!!

Jim

CSI-901

Flow = 37 GPM

2000 hours

rebuild kit about $79.00

Wire directly to the fuse box to run with Key in on position.

u want pics?

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Report this Post03-24-2004 10:32 PM Click Here to See the Profile for jronClick Here to Email jronSend a Private Message to jronDirect Link to This Post
Thanks Archie,pics. would be great.

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Report this Post03-24-2004 10:36 PM Click Here to See the Profile for $Rich$Click Here to Email $Rich$Send a Private Message to $Rich$Direct Link to This Post
i too have the CSI and when i put my motor back together im gonna wire it through a relay to run for like 5 or so min. after the engine is shut down to keep things flowing for a bit.
i had a 97 Jetta VR6 and it had a electric waterpump that only ran for like 5 min. after shutdown and it helped cool things off real well

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Report this Post03-28-2004 05:54 PM Click Here to See the Profile for 3fiftyClick Here to Email 3fiftySend a Private Message to 3fiftyDirect Link to This Post
Yeah, what Archie says, I did. I moved the battery up front. I then cut a hole just the size of the shaft of the CSI remote pump the go through under the spot where the battery was. I used a piece of rubber gasket material and made a gasket to use between the pump and the body to prevent squeaking. Cut the coolant tube just in front of the drain plug and hook the outlet of the pump directly to the coolant tube.
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Report this Post03-28-2004 08:10 PM Click Here to See the Profile for $Rich$Click Here to Email $Rich$Send a Private Message to $Rich$Direct Link to This Post
anyone have any pics of the fittingsof the elbow used out of the waterpump? right now i have a cheesey brass plumbibng fitting that is real restrictive, i will post a pic later, but im looking for the proper fitting,
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