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TBYRNE Performance
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The Meziere electric water pumps have been tested at the track, on the dyno and most importantly, during street driving. They have allowed engines to run cooler at low speeds and gain high end horsepower. In addition to the released power, you get to keep all of your factory accessories. Taking quality to the extreme, the WP319 features a dual bearing belt idler, billet parts throughout, and a “weather-tite” electrical connection. The pump is backed by a two-year warranty.

Features:

Purpose built for street use – 3000+ hour life expectancy.
Fully polished or anodized in your choice of 4 colors (Black,Blue,Red,Natural).
Chrome upgrade available.
55 GPM free flowing rating.
All stainless steel hardware included.
Heater and bypass provisions.
Light weight. Complete standard LS-1 unit weighs only 14.9 pounds!
Stainless steel large diameter main shaft with high performance ceramic seal.
Inlet fitting supplied to match stock configuration.
Easy install - truly a "bolt-on" pump.
Full two year warranty - the best in the business!

Finishing The System:
This pump is supplied complete with gaskets and hardware, complete and ready to bolt on. The only additional item you will need is a standard Chevrolet thermostat if you desire to use one. It will install behind the exit fitting located above the idler pulley.

Amperage draw:
Under normal use the pump will draw 11-12 amps.

Overall Height Dimension:
The standard pump is 7.88" long from the mounting surface to the tip of the pump.

Pump Weight:
This application weighs 14.9 lbs.

We have the LS1/LS6/LS2 Meziere electric water pumps on sale through Sunday, September 17th! Black, red, blue, natural, purple, and chrome pumps are $509.99 and the polished pump is $629.99. Each one comes with a 160 degree small block thermostat.

Orders can be placed online or by calling 1-877-482-9763.

Have a good day!
 

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TBYRNE Performance
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This sale will be wrapping up on Sunday. Orders can be placed on our website over the weekend to take advantge of this offer.
 

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This price doesn't include shipping. That would be $12. to VA.
 

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:stickpoke Do it Jerry :stickpoke
 

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bronko91 said:
I can't send you a PM. I am considering this hard.....

We don't find that board PMs allow us to reply to messages efficently. Kind of like going to 50 different post offices all day long to pick up your mail. It's better to have the postman stop in all day to drop it off. Plus anyone in the office can access it to reply and reference past corrospondence. Phone lines are closed for the weekend but you can e-mail [email protected] or just post your questions here. I may be in tomorrow afternoon and will take care of e-mail if I am.
 

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I doubt you'll see them that low. The pumps are pretty popular and an easy bolt-on. 6 bolts hold the stock pump on. Just unbolt that, install new gaskets (they are metal from GM), bolt the new pump in, ground and then a keyed power source and your good to go. Oh yeah, replace the coolent you lost during the install too! :)
 

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I run a small shop installing cams, heads, headers, gears, convertors, clutches, etc all on the GTO. So I have had handfulls of waterpumps off of the cars. Just did a cam and spring install this past Sat.

I currently have my 408 on the stand ready to go back in and was considering freeing up a few more ponys. I know they are listed on ebay at $525 but do not come with a thermostat.

I may not see it but I can hope, right?

Here's one about the shop
http://www.ls1gto.com/forums/showthread.php?t=101896&highlight=KPE
 

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tbyrne said:
I doubt you'll see them that low. The pumps are pretty popular and an easy bolt-on. 6 bolts hold the stock pump on. Just unbolt that, install new gaskets (they are metal from GM), bolt the new pump in, ground and then a keyed power source and your good to go. Oh yeah, replace the coolent you lost during the install too! :)
Not trying to jack the thread, but I think there is some modding (defined as dremmel grinding) to the radiator shroud, at least for the '04s. I have been considering this as soon as I get other more important mods done and in the past read about installs on the GTO and saw others have to do that.

FWIW.

I will be looking for your winter sale on this. ;)
 
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