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Old 12-18-2008, 18:10   #1 (permalink)
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Meziere Water Pump for the Ford FE SOLVED!

Gents,

I am building a nice Ford FE 428 roller motor for my 1967 Mustang Fastback.

During this build, I added a Meziere electric water pump to the motor but encountered a major problem. The old Ford (or Edelbrock) factory water pump utilizes a 2 & 1/8” outlet. The largest outlet offered by Meziere is a 1.75” outlet. This caused a major problem with utilizing the factory lower radiator hose.

I had a machinist make me a custom billet aluminum 2 & 1/8” outlet that screws directly into the electric water pump. It fits like a glove and now I can use the factory lower radiator hose. This is a really nice piece; something that Boyd Coddington would be proud of.

This fellow made a second outlet which I put onto eBay for him. It is item # 200288600188 so please take a look and see if this part will help you.

I’ll try and add a picture to this forum. If you plan on using a Meziere water pump, this part may save you major headaches.

Thanks,

John
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