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Has anyone run The speed master bbc electric water pump from Jegs.If so is any good.
 
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chinese junk


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^^^^^^This
 
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Meziere X2.

This is a very important item that helps keep your expensive race engine alive, it is not the place where saving a few dollars makes any sense.

Bob
 
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Not worth the savings to have it fail on the street or at the track.

Like the others suggest, buy Meziere
 
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Water pump? I don't need no stinkin' water pump Cool

But if I did, it would be a Meziere


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Meziere is a premium, first line products company. I have one Meziere water pump that has been in service on a drag race SBC for 17 years! Plus several other builds where the pump has been in service for many seasons. All have been completely trouble free.


Larry Woodfin



 
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After my car pump failed again,blowing fuses I went back to a Napa reman stock type pump with a morso drive I had laying around. At least now I can see if it's running or not befor my temp gauge takes off.
 
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I here you Wooley.
 
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I am not impressed with the Maziere junk. Mine failed and was not salvageable. Maziere wanted more to repair it than I could buy a new one for.

On my dragster I am going to try something different and I think it will be much better.
I bought a BMW electric water pump. It was around $160 delivered and is designed to last a hundred thousand miles or more with water temps over 200-220*.
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The only issue is I had to weld the AN fittings on there and will have to find the four wire plug for it. The BMW pump is a variable speed pump and from what I can tell moves much more water on high than most other electric pumps.
It also has a nice vibration mount, is light weight and I think should work well.
 
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I only use the best race water pump that ebay has to offer. 5 years and still going strong!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevy-...Chrome-/301867604736
 
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Originally posted by Wooley:
After my car pump failed again,blowing fuses I went back to a Napa reman stock type pump with a morso drive I had laying around. At least now I can see if it's running or not befor my temp gauge takes off.


Amen to that. Not the flashiest, but in a pinch most any parts house will have (in my case) a BBC long water pump that will work.
Keep a spare belt and motor, and I'm good to go.
Current Moroso water pump drive setup has been on my car 4+ years now without a hiccup. Not the sexiest, but it's inexpensive and flat out works.
 
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I ran a moroso pump drive on my Chevelle for 15 years.

That said, the Meziere water pump on my 522 in my Firebird has been in service since late 2008, 8 seasons/years without issue, same as the Meziere water pump on my 615 in my dragster, in service since 2015, 3 years/seasons.


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Mine lasted two races.....
 
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You bought the Chinese knock off Neziere Uncontrollable Laugh


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I wished I had....
 
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so the rest of your story is you sent it back, they fixed it and you lived happily ever after.


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"if you guys are so broke dyck you can't buy USA made parts you need to stay the fuc at home that's the bottomline" ----Tim McAmis

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Sherwood Aqua Tiger was on my roadster for 14 years, then the dragster for three more. Still in the trailer for a spare and this Dedenbear has been on since 07.


Clowns to the left of me, Jokers to the right. Here I am.......
 
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I ran a moroso pump drive on my Chevelle for 15 years.

That said, the Meziere water pump on my 522 in my Firebird has been in service since late 2008, 8 seasons/years without issue, same as the Meziere water pump on my 615 in my dragster, in service since 2015, 3 years/seasons.



Same with me on both cases...had good luck with the Moroso and a belt...went to a CSR which is junk....now Meziere with no issues for years.


Eric Macchiaroli
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