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Old 05-16-2022, 02:46 AM
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Originally Posted by camcojb View Post
I saw this billet piece for the guys who run remote electric pumps.

I like the look of that. I'm thinking the car in the picture has a rear mounted radiator and no heater? I'm going to be running the small Vintage Air heater only unit under dash so I will need to have the lines for that as well...
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Old 05-16-2022, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by groovyjay View Post
That's an idea. I used this: https://www.vpw.com.au/parts/DC-8025 with on of my earlier builds and it worked great with a big cube sb. I kind of did the same as you are doing. I just half-assed it and made a empty dummy wp in stock location just for the pulley to stay in right place. But with this build I just want to make the front of the engine as clean as possible. Small, low mount alternator and idler pulley would be the ideal amount of accessories running of the crank for this. I'm using electric steering column with tilt and no A/C.
Your way was what I would have done if stock pump could stay.

I saw somewhere Davis pumps specs. Zero (0) perssure at full speed?!?!
BMW Piersburg still has 0.5 Bar / 7psi at full tilt. Friend off mine has run one of these for years in his twin turbo sbf.
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