PRW Cooling System Components Rebate Program - Engine Builder Magazine

PRW Cooling System Components Rebate Program

PRW-water-pumpPRW Industries, a manufacturer of high performance engine components, is continuing its popular consumer rebate program on cooling system components. The addition of a $10 pre-paid gift card with purchase of a high flow mechanical aluminum water pump, a $15 card for PQ series electric water pumps and a $20 card for the racing radiators makes these popular items an even better value.

The mechanical water pumps feature pressure balanced water passages, 3/4” shafts and cast iron CNC machined impellers, all of which help to reduce engine hot spots and increase water pump durability and efficiency. The PQ series electric water pumps feature a die cast pump body and a heavy-duty electric motor. Under normal use, they will flow about 35 gallons per minute and only draw 6-7 amps.

The dual core aluminum racing radiators feature polished top rails and side tanks. They are TIG welded and feature multiple mounting bungs for easy and versatile installation. A variety of sizes are available for both Ford/Mopar and Chevrolet applications.

For more information visit www.prw-usa.com/whats-new

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