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post #229 of 332 (permalink) Old 09-25-2019, 06:00 PM
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Have you spun to 4000+ and done any crazy driving with this pump yet?


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Have you spun to 4000+ and done any crazy driving with this pump yet?
Crazy driving...Me? I'll have you know I'm a law abiding citizen Sir!

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I'm curious if the pump responds fast enough to the sharp increase in heat load of snap launches. Also how the belt set up holds up.

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I'm curious if the pump responds fast enough to the sharp increase in heat load of snap launches. Also how the belt set up holds up.
Well, they say most of the drag racers, and pulling crowd use them. My truck wouldn't be the one to test for that. But to answer your question as observed it responds to a temp increase as soon as the sensor sees it the pump speeds up as well as the fans. You could also trick the pump by starting with a lower set point to have it kick in sooner.

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I thought that was normal driving for you. Boosted launches and 4000+ rpms.
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if concerned about fhe belt then just keep the tensioners...

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The belt is not a problem at all so far, it's not like we spin 8,000 rpms like a gasser. I spilled some coolant on mine when I changed the thermostat, and it chirped a few times and stopped. It has a lot less load on it so less likely to slip.

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I got 313k with 8608 hours so if the pumps lasted 3k thatís 3 pumps and Iím on my 4th that I can remember so thatís not to bad I donít think .
Just checked mine, @418,20x miles display said HR 9999 Gonna have to do it again after another hr of drive time and see if that rolls over to 10k...

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My apologies if I took it down, the site I was using to host pictures wants money now, so all the links were broken. I still have the originals. Shown in order by process of elimination. Notice how in the second picture I had the fan pulley replaced with an aluminum one for weight reduction, but the plate that it bolts to is a heavy behemoth.... removing that altogether saved about 5 lbs if I remember right?

Edit; I just weighed the fan pulley and bracket @ 9.0 lbs...
3rd pic with the 2 pulleys missing, have you verified that the long section of belt is not flopping around at higher rpms?

that seems like a very long span for a belt and i am wondering if a small idler pulley there to put a tad bit of tension on it might be a good thing.


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3rd pic with the 2 pulleys missing, have you verified that the long section of belt is not flopping around at higher rpms?

that seems like a very long span for a belt and i am wondering if a small idler pulley there to put a tad bit of tension on it might be a good thing.

I considered doing that in the beginning, but it's been doing so well. I don't know about higher rpms, I imagine it may bounce a little. I was sure to put a fresh spring tensioner on it. I still may do that, it can't hurt. I'll have to get my mechanic to help me check it out since I don't have a Go Pro.

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Maybe just reving it up and watching it might be a good enough check. I cant imagine the motor needs a load to check it.

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If not an idler could be added easily by that freeze plug.


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