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    Opinions on older style trim pump for 2.5 merc...pic included

    Got this pump along with a blown motor I bought for parts... wondering if it's worth keeping or should I get rid of it...everything works great, has new solenoids, new trim lines...no leaks etc...would be using it on a 2.5L carbed merc. Thanks.
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    15.5 cobra 175 hp merc - sold
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    Fresh fluid, and run it till it blows.....

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    What he said.
    those old pumps don't die.....or at least the 2 I've had wouldn't.
    they aren't fast but they last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XstreamVking View Post
    run it till it blows.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Tomanytoys View Post
    they aren't fast but they last.

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    I've used 'em for years! They can be run on 24v to speed'em up and work extremely well if you change the Pump to a Mercruiser pump.
    Motor, bracket, can, etc. will all interchange but you jst need the pump itself!
    Mercruiser Pump + 24v = Rock'n Roll!!!
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    Great! Thanks for the input! I'll run it with my set up for now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WillySteve View Post
    I've used 'em for years! They can be run on 24v to speed'em up and work extremely well if you change the Pump to a Mercruiser pump.
    Motor, bracket, can, etc. will all interchange but you jst need the pump itself!
    Mercruiser Pump + 24v = Rock'n Roll!!!
    Yep, but 24v to the stocker works too! Also flush out the old motor oil and run atf or tractor hydraulic fluid...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro_rat View Post
    Yep, but 24v to the stocker works too! Also flush out the old motor oil and run atf or tractor hydraulic fluid...
    I like aviation hydraulic oil aeroshell 44 is what I use

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    Motorcycle fork oil. Easy to find and you can get lighter weight than atf. Mike
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    Lighter the oil, quicker the Trim, less resistance?
    15.5 cobra 175 hp merc - sold
    18 tahiti tiger O/B 200 hp merc - sold
    19 STV euro - 2.5 merc DRAG
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    That's it!

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    Yep like nitro said. Very noticeable difference compared to 30weight. Mike.
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    Not just oil weight but check viscosity indexes at varying temps too.

    One of the good things about aviation hydro fluid is it is designed not to have as much variation in viscosity index with temp changes as traditional "tractor" hydro fluid.

    Less variation means more consistent trim timing

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    Good point !
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