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Anyone running the Davies Craig EBP25 IC pump?

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  1. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    I think this one is similar output though for less money and less involved.
    Food for thought
     
  2. Marty Staggs

    Marty Staggs Twin Boost Established Member

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    I have been running the Davies pump for 5 years now on my 07. Very happy with it.
     
  3. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    Did you notice any diff in iat? Or just more reliable pump?
     
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    merkyworks Well-Known Member Established Member

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    I mean just by pure design any brushless motor will have better reliability than a brushed motor. Brushed motor have been around for a long time and they have there place but if I had to put money on which would last longer I go all in on brushless.

    Past brushless vs brushed its all about $$ and flow.
     
  5. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    I get that. Im more concerned with flow right now though and IAT's. I think my pump stopping was something else causing it that I may have corrected. Just want to make sure it makes sense to blow the time and money on another pump at this point
     
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    Calico Shelby New Member Established Member

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    The Lightning install was a piece of cake. Jack up the truck in the front and the pump is right there. Did you have to fab a bracket to fit onto the GT500?
     
  7. 4rd Toys

    4rd Toys Polishing my SVTs.... Established Member

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    Nope,

    Just some WD-40 between the OE Bosch shell & the rubber ring.... OE pump slides right off.

    Then I put a dab of bearing grease on the inside part of the OE rubber ring so the ring slides easily over the new EBP25 pump.
     
  8. Calico Shelby

    Calico Shelby New Member Established Member

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    Excellent, placing an order for one today. Thanks!
     
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    4rd Toys Polishing my SVTs.... Established Member

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    I know this is last minute & don't know where I should post-

    I ended up ordering the Shelby version Radiator upgrade, $169.80 off.

    $679.20 versus retail at $849

    Shelby American Cooling System Products

    Guessing midnight deadline [PST]....
     
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  10. Robert M

    Robert M 800 HORSE FUN!! Established Member

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  11. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    I have since purchased and installed the pump a couple months ago.
     
  12. me32

    me32 BEASTLY SHELBY GT500 TVS Moderator

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    How is it working out for you?
     
  13. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    The pump works and has a little more flow.
    Once underhood temps go up, pump flow is moot. The fluid temps are low though and super consistent.
     
  14. Robert M

    Robert M 800 HORSE FUN!! Established Member

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    Just an FYI for those who are ordering this pump under the part number EBP25, the link below from Davies Craig is some important information..........also note "out of stock"......

    https://daviescraig.com.au/product/ebp25-electric-booster-pump-only-12v-9105

    The superseded part number 9025 (now the EBP25) is not what is a direct fit to the 2007-2012 GT500 application......

    EBP25 - Electric Booster Pump - Brushless 12V Kit (9025)

    It needs to be narrowed down to the 9105 pump or the 9105 pump with the wire harness which is a different part number.

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    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    Check stock before ordering. It was like this when I got from Jegs, but they had plenty in stock avail of the original part number.
    I think the Davies Craig site has some conflicting info on it in places as well.
     
  16. Robert M

    Robert M 800 HORSE FUN!! Established Member

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    I just paused when I saw that large red message all over the top of the picture of the 9105 pump, it did not look like it was a mistake, it looked (or looks) like they are moving to that newer 2013/14 style pump under the EBP25 number, or consolidating the pumps that they will offer in the future, but that is just a guess on my part.

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  17. PM-Performance

    PM-Performance Active Member Established Member

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    That’s what I got from it as well. But I am pretty sure places still have stock of the one I got.
     
  18. Robert M

    Robert M 800 HORSE FUN!! Established Member

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    Yes, the 9105 style pumps are all over right now, but they will slowly be phased out I presume and someone reading this thread in the future may get a surprise when they order by the EBP25 number.

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  19. Marty Staggs

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    Robert M 800 HORSE FUN!! Established Member

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    I linked the 9025 (EBP25) pump in my post above and now again, it does not in any way look like it is a "direct bolt on" in the 2007-2012 GT500 application as shown below......

    EBP25 - Electric Booster Pump - Brushless 12V Kit (9025)

    ^^^^^This is why I pointed it out and linked the Davies Craig website picture, the old/original EBP25 for the 2007-2012 GT500 was a direct bolt on as experienced by the owners who have installed it, the new EBP25 is not, as shown in the Davies Craig link above, and that should be noted for future buyers.

    If anything, the 9025 pump somewhat resembles the 2013/14 pump, but the mounting is not compatible with the 2013/14. It does not appear that the 9025 mounting bracket can be removed for "other mounting".

    R
     
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