Edelbrock 8819 Victor Series Circle Track Mechanical Water Pump, SB
These pumps fit all 1955-95 S/B Chevy engines. They come with heavy duty 3/4in. ball/roller bearing and a 1.85in. inlet diameter. Both measure 5-13/16in. from block surface to hub and come with 3/4in. pilot shaft.
- For Circle Track And Endurance Racing Engines
- Black Anodized Finish w/0.10-in Thicker Rear Cover
- Impeller is Larger than Others For Max Pressure
- Impeller Vanes Dramatically Increase Flow Rates
- Equal Distribution to Both Sides of Block w-in 1pc
- Only Flows in One-Direction for Optimum Efficiency
Victor Circle Track water pump #8819 is an upgraded version of water pump #8816. It features an improved right side outlet passage, -10 AN side water outlet ports, -8 AN top outlet port, aluminum back plate, marine seal, and a powdered metal impeller. Measures 5-13/16" from block surface to hub with a 1.84" inlet diameter and 3/4" pilot shaft.
NotesWater pump has -10 AN side water outlet water ports, aluminum backplate, marine seals, and a billet aluminum impeller
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