Electric scavenge pumps

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  1. POWERHOUSE

    POWERHOUSE Frank Site Sponsor Registered

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    Now available, another great product for you turbo guys who smoke too much!

    Low 3 amps draw

    Brass gears

    In line fuse holder included

    Durable metal construction

    Can run dry for brief periods of time, self-priming up to 3 feet, brushes and pump rated at 1000 hours

    1 year limited warranty, 3 amp fuse must be installed

    Flow rate 2 gallons per minute

    Comes with 2 fittings that convert a metric thread to 3/8â€￾ NPT (but 3/8â€￾ NPT fittings will also screw into the pump body)

    Retail: $235.

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    where is a good spot to mount the pump?
     
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    This pump is universal, and will draw well over 3 ft, so you can mount it wherever you want. What I would suggest is that it be mounted lower than the turbo and as close as possible to it, which on a Busa would be behind the engine under the front of the swingarm . . . this picture shows the pump mounted in this area on a ZX14:

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    GIXERHP ok, ok...just a wee bit Irish... Donating Member Registered

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    Cool, how much?
     
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    Retail on this item is $235 . . .:laugh:
     
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    GIXERHP ok, ok...just a wee bit Irish... Donating Member Registered

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    Very cool, i think the bike on the lift will be seeing one of these soon!
    I have tried jetting the feed line and still smokes a little.!
     

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