Actually it is pretty close to pulling one off the NAPA shelf. It has the exact dimensions of a stock water pump with an idler pulley. The reason I bought it was that my supercharger install was stalled. It wouldn't fit with the under drive pulleys the previous owner put on. I did not have a stock water pump pulley. Instead of buying it and moving backwards in my build I chose to buy the electric water pump. If the dang thing crashes on the road I get a stock pump and pulley.think of the hassles if you were in the same situation with an electric, no pulling a replacement off the napa shelf
Did they refund your money, or did you just give up?2 year warranty my ass, i bought one from mezier and it leaked from day one, sent it back to them, and after about a month or a month and a half, i funally got it back, and it started leaking again, sent it back for a second time, got it back finally, and it failed completly after about 30 miles, so i just switched back to a mechanical pump after mezier told my builder all they could do was repair my old one and not replace it.
Yes that is one of the good things if you plan on making a lot of passes at the track especially if they are back to back. But if you don't plan on doing a lot of racing with it I wouldn't bother.another good point on the electric pump is you can wire it into a seperate switch along with the fan and keep both running in the staging lanes with the motor off to realize some fast cool down times.