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RE: Shogun pump alternative
If I am not mistaken the pump you are talking about has a magnetic drive,
not a good set up. My suggestion is to stay away from it. If you must! Get a
new one, not a used one.
Using the shogun for over a year with great successes (as being the
originator of the shogun craze!)
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
Behalf Of Daniel Hussey
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 1999 11:25 PM
To: Quattro List
Subject: Shogun pump alternative
After myself buying a Shogun water pump and being amazed with it's size and
weight, I have been looking into alternatives. I want something smaller, a
LOT lighter and works just as well. I think I have found it.
I was tearing into my dad's 944 turbo the other day to fix a very annoying
idle problem and saw a similar aux water pump setup as on the 5ktq's, but
this ones seemed to work really well. In fact, I could see the coolant
cycling in the coolant expansion tank as it turned on. Looks much more
solid than the stock ones, sounds great!, and seems to work well. Plus,
it's tiny and it's very light. So, I think I am going to call around some
junkyards tomorow and try to find one cheap and figure out how to install it
in my 200.
When and if it's successfull, I'll be sure to let everyone know and detail