Part Number: DC8850
Description: 8040 Pump with 8000 Controller Kit
The revolutionary EWP®115 is now available in light weight aluminium bundled with our Digital Controller. Designed with the high-performance pro, sprint, tarmac, circuit and drag racer in mind this rugged Alloy electric water pump has AN-16 internal threads at inlet and outlet for neat, tight, dash fitting applications. All the same exciting features offered on the EWP®115 are here on the street-smart alloy EWP. The LCD EWP® & Fan Digital Controller is scientifically calibrated to manage the flow rate of engine coolant to lock onto a targeted engine temperature.
The water pump is an aluminum alloy casting with internal 1″ NPT threads for easy installation of 1″NPT Male to -16AN Male adapter fittings to be installed on your race car. The pump also has 1.5″ OD so factory sized 1.5″ or 2.0″ soft hoses can be used (2.0″ with supplied adapter sleeve).
This water pump is a very small footprint and is very light! It easily fits in small spots with a maximum dimension of 5″ diameter x 6.25″ max width at cover outlet x 3.5″ max depth at cover inlet to back plate.
This water pump is a great upgrade for 4G63 applications running a relocated alternator and have deleted power steering, you can now remove the factory water pump, install a water pump delete plate with -16AN inlet and install your water pump assembly with a custom radiator or by your lower radiator outlet. We have designed a racing radiator for use in the 1995-1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse where the AC condenser sits normally, and it fits two 12″ puller fans while clearing a GT42R-sized turbocharger. Photos are in the gallery showing the race radiator with water pump installed and using a Frontline Fabrication billet water pump blockoff plate with -16AN adapter fitting. Radiator outlet is a -20AN, the plumbing is shown using a 1″ NPT male to -16AN male adapter fitting from the water pump to a -16AN hose to -16AN Male to -20AN Female swivel adapter fitting.
LCD EWP & FAN DIGITAL CONTROLLER – 12 VOLT
Davies Craig has updated the original 8050 pump controller kit with an updated Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) EWP®/Fan Digital Controller!
This LCD EWP®/Fan Digital Controller (Part #8000) is Australian designed and as part of this Australian manufacturing company’s continuous improvement program this advanced Digital Controller boasts a suite of enhancements.
• The prominent blue Liquid Crystal Display screen (pictured)
• Genuine Thermometer, with coolant and targeted/set temp. displays
• Diagnostic check & warm-up signals
• Nine (9) targeted/set coolant temperatures, 60C (140F) to 100C (212F)
• Flashing “EWP®” logo signifying water pump in operation
• Davies Craig Thermatic® Fan logo, circulating signifying fan in operation
• Flashing High & Low Voltage indicators
• Low & High Temp indicators
• Audible alarm –
* if coolant temp doesn’t exceed 40ºC (104ºF) within 5 mins of start-up
* when coolant temperature exceeds 10ºC (50ºF) of set/target
* when coolant temperature exceeds 100ºC (212ºF)
• Above Set/Target Temperature indicator accompanies audible alarm
• Temperature Sensor short & open circuit indicators
• Automatic time-out, EWP® runs for 3 minutes or until engine temp has reduced to -10◦C (-14F) below set/targeted temp whichever occurs first.
The updated Davies, Craig LCD EWP®/Fan Digital Controller (#8000) as an engine management component has undergone extensive research, development, vehicle and test centre scrutiny.
The updated LCD Digital Controller how has two specific functions. This unique Controller will now manage the operation of the EWP® by varying the speed of the EWP® in response to the temperature of the engine and manage control of your electric engine fan. The Controller has a push-button on the facia panel that offers target temperatures, 60ºC (140°F) 65ºC (150°F) 70C (160°F) 75ºC (165°F) 80ºC (175°F) 85ºC (185°F) 90ºC (195°F) 95ºC (205°F). Generally, higher engine temperature will offer improved fuel efficiency and lower engine temperature more power. The LCD Digital Controller will now operate the engine’s electric fan automatically once the engine has reached +3c above the target temperature. A significant benefit too is the Controller allows the EWP® to run on after ignition shutdown to reduce heat soak. It is recommended that engine operational temperatures be checked with manufacturer.
*Note: This controller (Part No. 8000) is set up for negatively grounded systems however with a wiring adjustment, can also handle positive grounded systems.