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Old 04-11-2003, 12:03 AM
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Post Milodon High Volume Water Pumps

I'm thinking of replacing my water pump on my 350. I noticed the Milodon High Volume water pump, Also was looking at the CAT pump. Is it worth it to put a high volume water pump on a fairly stock 350? Is there such a thing as to much flow?


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Old 04-11-2003, 04:32 AM
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I do not know if you can have too much!

I have a new Edelbrock..$150 dollar one.. on my 283.

!940 Fords with SBC have a reputation for being difficult to cool but mine runs right on the 190 themostat in traffic, on the road or sitting still for long periods of time.

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I'm getting ready to tackle my slightly high temperature in my 50 P.U. once and for all and will start with a different brand of high flow water pumps "cheapest item first". I chose a Stewart Components <a href="" target="_blank"></a> "Stage 2" water pump and their high flow pump and even though I already have a high flow pump and thermostat. Next item will be a higher Amperage Alternator because my current 100 amp One-Wire doesn't put out enough amps at idle and my electric fan isn't spinning at full speed. I'm picking up a "Power Master One Wire" . If those two items don't bring the temps down for traffic driving then I'll bite the bullet and yank my Desert Cooler Triple Flow Radiator and install a Griffin Aluminum.....that will hurt the wallet for sure!!!
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