- Apr 5, 2019
Sounds simple but like most things its never that easy. Electrical wiring and connections introduce points of failure which can occur without warning. A marginal battery can suddenly become an issue. Simple mechanical driven pumps are very reliable and usually give some indication of problems before failing. I guess what I'm saying is I would prefer something that has a gradual failure probability to something that has more chances of an immediate and unforseen failure. That being said, most things manufactured today are pretty reliable if properly installed and maintained.https://www.meziere.com/Products/Cooling-System-Products/Pumps-Electric/Chevy/Electric-Pump-Chevy-BB-Standard.aspx So again.. a lighter system, with less moving parts that increases HP. Please explain to me the downsides? The 20% increase in radiator area is a guideline. Even IF the radiator has to be enlarged, 20x20x1 single pass vs 24x20x1... I'm not seeing a huge issue.