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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-14-2002, 10:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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who runs csi or meziere electric water pumps

Just wondering if anyone really uses them....

Would you run one on the street or is it something for the track only....

What do you guys think of these pumps?????

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I use a csi on my sbf race car. It has a hot 347 street motor& runs low 10's. the csi works great. I have a friend that runs one of the new meziere pumps on his 351W street car and it seems to work fine. Keeps his motor cool at the stop lights.....T
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I use and recommend the Meziere. They have a built in rf filter that does not interfere with my crank trigger where the CSI was throwing off my timing pulses. The Meziere also is excellent for the street and comes in 30 and 55 gph, depending on what you need.
Their warranty is pretty kool too.
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I've used the CSI pump on two different engines with great results. Street driven also.
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How do you guys run your alternator? I am not running mine cause I could'nt figure out how to route the accessory drive. Even bought a late modle alt bracket , treid bunch of different things , saw marches pulley and bracket kit , that is probably
what I'll use cause its serp belt to , but is $280 and ran out of money in the buget so i took it off and put my weiand back on. Any info would be great , I have a csi. Loved the pump ran cool just idle in a mock up , ran really cool , and how are you running the heater. I was going to use the stock intake manifold port to heater core and from heat core back to the pumps alternate pump fitting with a smaller an fitting .

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Heater! Don't use one. Both times I used this pump was on a late Mustang with serpentine belt drive. We just used a shorter belt for the crank and alternator only. Those March pulleys and brackets are spendy.
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I treid a late modle alt. bracket and pulleys
with a short belt and it still did aprear that things whould fit. I was trying to measure what size belt i needed and their didnt look like it was ganna clear , do you have any pictures , i would love to see how
you did yours. I was gonna try the 3inch race crank pulley .

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I run a GM, (ooops), 1 wire alternator, mounted low on the passenger side of my smallblock. I run a March single pulley, (smaller than stock), on the SFI approved crank dampner.

As far as waterpump/fan, I run a FMS water pump, with a moroso electric motor w/fiberglass fan blade attached to pump. (seems work). Don't run a t-stat tho.........

someday when I throw together some more money, I'll get one of those cool Mezziere (sp) pumps and an electric push/pull fan....
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Sorry I don't have one of those fancy digital camera's yet. Maybe momma will buy me one soon.
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o.k. I have decided to get one....
Now the question of the hour is which one is better the CSI or the Meziere... Is there any difference?????

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Well Billy, you asked which I preferred and I said Meziere. The reason they impressed me was the tech support they have was instrumental for an ignition problem (see earlier). After finding that the pump we have had not had the new upgrade rf filter motor, they paid for the shipping to and from Langley, B.C. Canada to Southern Cal and replaced the motor (even though it was already over the warranty).
That is one reason I will always support them.
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