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    Default Magnaflow water pump w spacing for blower pulley

    any pics out there? Looks like I am going to end up w a huge bottom pulley, 8mm to get around 70 over with a psi.
    Guess my only option is a 6" spacer to put the pump outside of the belt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAWN DAVIS View Post
    any pics out there? Looks like I am going to end up w a huge bottom pulley, 8mm to get around 70 over with a psi.
    Guess my only option is a 6" spacer to put the pump outside of the belt?
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    Here's a pic of my son's blown /intercooled 572 with a magnaflow pump extended and plumbed with s/s hardlines.

    Sorry for the crappy pic, had to scan a non-digital photo. Jocko
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    Looks like that may be the ticket. going to try a 68 tooth 8mm, measures 6.800 inches roughly(from what I hear) ordered it today.
    It may be possible to mill the bottom of the pump some. Will know for sure once i get the pulley

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAWN DAVIS View Post
    Looks like that may be the ticket. going to try a 68 tooth 8mm, measures 6.800 inches roughly(from what I hear) ordered it today.
    It may be possible to mill the bottom of the pump some. Will know for sure once i get the pulley
    It's 7" from the face of the extension to the edge of the pump housing (not the integral extension on the pump). The face of the extension is radiused as is the integral extension, both are to clear the balancer. The end of the extension where it bolts to the pump extension is not radiused but could be if needed. A river rat pump is radisued on the entire housing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAWN DAVIS View Post
    Looks like that may be the ticket. going to try a 68 tooth 8mm, measures 6.800 inches roughly(from what I hear) ordered it today.
    It may be possible to mill the bottom of the pump some. Will know for sure once i get the pulley
    The pump itself isn't the real problem. Even if you mill the pump, or you had a small lower pulley, you still almost have to run the extention becuse you can get the line on the pump cleanly because the belt is in the way.



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    The way it is now, I cut the inlet and tapped the housing deeper, and made a 45 degree fitting to screw into it, it barely clears now but its nice and tucked in, but right on top the balancer. Probably no way to make it work like it is. Looks like I'll be running a 68-70 tooth 8mm

    not a real good pic but you can see the pump location, was running a three v belt pulley adapter, going to go to a single
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    Default 3" spacer

    3 inch spacer and ss hard lines
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdekruyf View Post
    3 inch spacer and ss hard lines
    Does the rear of the pump clear the pulley with the 3" spacer?
    I just ordered one.

    I got the pump to clear a 68 tooth-barely, but may end up with a 70 before i'm done

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHAWN DAVIS View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jdekruyf View Post
    3 inch spacer and ss hard lines
    Does the rear of the pump clear the pulley with the 3" spacer?
    I just ordered one.

    I got the pump to clear a 68 tooth-barely, but may end up with a 70 before i'm done
    Yes it does but it's a squeak. I'm only running a 47 so a 70 would be very close I'd guess
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    Thanks for the pics
    worst case I'll mill the pulley edge some, that 72 is huge. Already have the smallest top pulley you can put.

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