Small Block Chevy Performance Aluminum Water Pump, Short
Chevy Small Block V8, Mechanical Water Pump Type, Short Water Pump Style, Natural, Natural
- 3/4" shaft with 5/8" fan pilot snout
- 1/2" NPT hole on passenger side (for heater hose) and on top (for bypass hose)
- Stamped steel rear plate
- Extra thick fan hub
- 3/4" ultra duty bearings
- Adjustable cam stop
- State of the art aluminum castings
- Equal flow to both cylinder banks
- Precision impeller
- Higher flow rate and pressure rate
- Weighs 6 lbs.
- Does not have a set screw retaining the fan hub
NOTE: This pump is designed for street use and is not to be run on a motor which exceeds 5,500 RPM.
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Item Details3/4" shaft, 5/8" pilot
NotesClearance from back of pump to engine block mount is .94" For street use bypass plug will need to be removed. Does not have a set screw to retain hub. Does not have a snap ring.
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