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    CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread.

    Info here

    If you want in, please post here!

    I'm waiting for a call back on how many and what price we can get.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

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    These 4 want in!

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    I talked to Paul at Race-mart.com which is where I ordered from as they were cheaper than from CSR directly. Paul and Rowland (from CSR) are friends. Paul told me that he is going to see Rowland this weekend in Orlando at the points race...and will ask him when production is to start on the pumps.

    I don't know anything about a group buy. I never meant for the thread to take that direction (not to say a group buy isn't possible). My angle on this was that they are going to be making another batch but I don't know when. Reeves and I talked about it and thought that one problem was that most don't even know this parts exists for our cars...so Reeves started a thread to bring awareness to the masses.

    From what I can tell...if you want one than now would be the time to buy. They move rather slow so who knows if this could be the last run or just the last run for awhile?

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    The points race isn't this weekend but the following, I'll be down there if you want, see if they want to speak with someone face to face and I'll be happy to speak with them while I'm down there.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by badandy View Post
    I talked to Paul at Race-mart.com which is where I ordered from as they were cheaper than from CSR directly. Paul and Rowland (from CSR) are friends. Paul told me that he is going to see Rowland this weekend in Orlando at the points race...and will ask him when production is to start on the pumps.

    I don't know anything about a group buy. I never meant for the thread to take that direction (not to say a group buy isn't possible). My angle on this was that they are going to be making another batch but I don't know when. Reeves and I talked about it and thought that one problem was that most don't even know this parts exists for our cars...so Reeves started a thread to bring awareness to the masses.

    From what I can tell...if you want one than now would be the time to buy. They move rather slow so who knows if this could be the last run or just the last run for awhile?
    I have talked directly to CSR, and specifically about a 'group buy' discussing both 'quantity' and 'discount' ... Race-Mart is only $3 less than CSR's MSRP, I am sure i can get us a better deal. If not, no group buy.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    slightly interested. So 5 people now

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    With pricing, I could be in, especially if I sell a few more parts,
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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    I'm in.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    in depending on if its a worthwhile discount

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    If the price is what its listed for now or better. and will work on any CB engine (89 only thing has me )
    I'm in

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Are they rebuildable if anything should go wrong with them?

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Personally at my level, this isn't high on my list of future upgrades, but the price could change my mind.

    Just two questions: I don't see where/if it specifies what year this fits- I'm currently running the factory L-body water pump housing- Would I need to change?

    And also, would an alternator/battery upgrade be required?

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    CSR website specifies the early pump (pre '89) differences discussed here

    Alternator/battery upgrade not required, but that is based on a stock OEM parts, not a lawn & garden battery fo rexample might be trial and error.

    I understand that they are rebuildable and the electric motor is recomeneded to be changed at 50k miles.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BadAssPerformance View Post
    CSR website specifies the early pump (pre '89) differences discussed here
    Excellent, that would be a bolt in for me then.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadAssPerformance View Post
    Alternator/battery upgrade not required, but that is based on a stock OEM parts, not a lawn & garden battery fo rexample might be trial and error.
    I'm actually running a battery spec'd for Harley rated at 146 CCA, but yeah, basically a lawn & garden. The alternator is factory for an '86 Daytona, I don't remember how many amps it pushes.

    Quote Originally Posted by BadAssPerformance View Post
    I understand that they are rebuildable and the electric motor is recomeneded to be changed at 50k miles.
    Hopefully it will be a long while before I have 50k on the Charger.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by supercrackerbox View Post
    Excellent, that would be a bolt in for me then.



    I'm actually running a battery spec'd for Harley rated at 146 CCA, but yeah, basically a lawn & garden. The alternator is factory for an '86 Daytona, I don't remember how many amps it pushes.



    Hopefully it will be a long while before I have 50k on the Charger.
    Yeah, the average modified TD will never see 50k.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Chaos View Post
    Yeah, the average modified TD will never see 50k.
    Ha, lol!

    Any idea on price yet JT?
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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    The verbage is actually incorrect on the pump listing...or should I say misleading. 89 and earlier means "late model" not what you guys are thinking or what I initially thought. The guys with non common block motors will just ahve to switch to a common block housing...no biggie.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    '89+ it is then...

    The CB water pump fits an older engine easier than an older WP fits a CB anyways.

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    Re: CSR Electric Water Pump Group Buy Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by BadAssPerformance View Post
    '89+ it is then...

    The CB water pump fits an older engine easier than an older WP fits a CB anyways.
    True dat! You just have to watch out for pulley alignment....but with an electric pump, no problem!

    Electric water pump FTW!

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