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Old 04-10-2013, 12:49 PM
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Milodon or FlowKooler water pump

Anyone have any input on these? I need a new water pump and I just can't choose between the two. I've done some research and the results are about even. I live in Florida and my car is a everyday driver so I need something really cool.
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I wouldn't use either. I would spend my hard earned bucks on a Stewarts

All you need is a Stage 1, but a Stage 2 is a comfort factor:

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These are the guys that do many of the NASCAR water pumps
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With all due respect, a fellow can make a high-performance pump from a stock pump with a flat piece of thin material tacked or pop riveted to the impeller......
Flow Kooler Water Pump Disc - Water Pump Tech - Car Craft

Also, before installing the pump, grab the fan drive end of the shaft with one hand and the impeller with your other hand and give the whole mess a twist. I have found overheating problems from the impeller spinning on the driveshaft and not moving any water. (This is one tough sum***** overheating problem to find).
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That is sick

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