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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Apr 11th, 10, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Water pump........regular or high volume?

This is on a 350 ci that will spin around 6500 rpm. Should I stick with a regular or go high volume. Oh, can someone refresh my memory on whether this is a long or short water pump? I was thinking long, but can't remember the difference for identification.

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Re: Water pump........regular or high volume?

short water pump almost touches timing chain cover.don't know about the other.
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Re: Water pump........regular or high volume?

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short water pump almost touches timing chain cover.don't know about the other.

Thanks, I definitely have a long one. (I don't get to say that very often)

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Re: Water pump........regular or high volume?

69 has a long pump - Stewart makes a nice high volume pump for not too much $.

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