Electric water pump space savings....

Discussion in '96-04 - 4V Specific' started by miss.mod.50, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. miss.mod.50

    miss.mod.50 Well-Known Member

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    Decided to put my cog setup on the 4v motor. Wondering if there's really that much space savings using an electric water pump? Also considering a block off plate with remote pump. Any of you guys running these? Would like pics if possible :wink:
     
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    Electrics nice because of one less pulley my buddy's is remote . Most my other friends have electrics and even put a good bit of street miles on it . [​IMG]
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    *hugs* thats the type pictures I've been looking for all morning.....I owe you! All my google searches bring up the super far away engine bay pic, or the really crowded engine bay so you still cant see anything....anyone else got pix with a 4v like that?
     
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    Ill be running a remote mount meizer on my new set up with no worries and its a 100% street car. No pics as more or less than 1200 miles from my car right now lol
     
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    I'm looking at the different block off plates to run remote, but I've found total block off, 1 oulet, and 2 outlet plates. Not quite sure of difference.

    on second look at your sig, looks like your pushrod? mine is for 4v
     
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    yeah Im pushrod Havent really seen two many for 4v but I believe you want duel outlet..might want to look at MMRs stuff http://www.modularmotorsportsracing.com/prod coolant.htm
     
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    No problem missy
     
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    I looked into that, called them about a year ago to ask what the difference was on the 1 outlet v 2 outlet v total block off and couldnt get an answer from 2 different people on their tech line. my issue with the 2 outlet is how the flow is directed/consistant since the mod motors would just have a big open area with 3 holes for water flow (inlet, outlet, and heater tube).
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