Electric water pump & Fan?

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  1. Zip4747

    Zip4747 Member

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    Ok looking for pros and cons. Thinking about switching to an electric water pump & electric fan, any help would be very much appreciated. So Thank you in advance
     
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    Have no problem with the CRS electric pump
     
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    We use a Lincoln Mark 8 Puller Fan & "modified" shroud also a smaller SPAL electric fan in Front for the AC on Four of our Cars. Really does a good job. Don't know enough about electric pumps but I'd make sure you select one for the ' STREET ' ! Some are designed for the STRIP . ( I would ask someone who KNOWS about the pumps before buying one.) When you select your fans , make sure you have enough ROOM for both to function properly if you run Dual Fans . I hope everything runs cool .
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    I had an e-waterpump and e-fan on my 347...Loved it.
    when I first installed it there was too much shine from the backing plate. I cut off all the plate I didn't need and wound up with...two spacers.
    If you sit still long enough, it will cool down into the 170s.
     

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