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Old 12-17-2009, 09:28 PM   #1
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I am interested in using a remotely mounted pump and some fitting blocks but I haven't had any luck finding them or any info on how man GPMS the pump has to put out. Where can I get a radiator that has just and inlet and outlet, I want to do a filler neck in the hose and just get rid of the stock radiator with all its ports and hoses.
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Give us a call. We carry Meziere pumps and also the block plates etc. I also have AFCO radiators built to suit your needs. 225-673-3533
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Old 12-19-2009, 03:47 PM   #3
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I did my own setup, probably woulda saved a few $'s if I just went with Madman or Burkhart
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Old 12-20-2009, 10:14 PM   #4
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I am more interested in an electric waterpump that is remote mounted. Like what s/c intercoolers use.
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i believe that is what is what he is showing, you can barely see the mezeire pump in the bottom left of the first pic and it is visable in the second pic also
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Old 12-21-2009, 07:25 AM   #6
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The pump Im running is a remote mount pump. Its actually a radiator mount - Call Madman he can get you set up with a custom Afco Radiator. Mine has 2 x -12AN ports for the inlets (and a 1/4" NPT Bung for the steam vents) and the meziere pump has an adapter that needs to be welded on for the outlet.
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I have a CSR remote mounted pump. We have ours mounted on a plate onto the front of the frame rail on the driver's side.

I bought the generic Griffin Radiator that all the FI guys use from Summit, then called and sent it to Griffin to have new end-tanks welded on with -an fittings welded onto it where i wanted them. I think the whole radiator setup cost me about $300, and the CSR pump was less than $200 off Ebay, haha.
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Check our site. we have them mounted into a bumper support.
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