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    Dedicated clockwise Speedmaster water pump?

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    DR/FGS bolt patterns, water inlet on body like DR housings, but a dedicated clockwise pump, cast not machined from billet. No casting numbers, no serial number, just RH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark75H View Post
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    DR/FGS bolt patterns, water inlet on body like DR housings, but a dedicated clockwise pump, cast not machined from billet. No casting numbers, no serial number, just RH
    Early unit? maybe not even CNC machined pump?

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    u know why the double sets of mounting holes in the back?...

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    Merc mystery........not seen one like that.....late one for non... dr? But it prob pumps water better.... the Dr ones had less offset on the cover because they had to work both ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUJIMO View Post
    u know why the double sets of mounting holes in the back?...
    Also at the front. As I said in the original post, this has both the DR and FGS bolt patterns; same as the rest of its early FGS Speedmaster sisters, but unlike the FGS Speedmasters it has the water inlets on the body rather than on the nosecone.

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    just another transitional piece...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FUJIMO View Post
    just another transitional piece...
    Deadend prototype that never evolved into a production piece. Transitions to nothing.

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    Die cast.......

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    The early ones with one stud up front were ... marked CR..... the later ones were marked RH.......And both had water pickup in the cone......Would like to see the bottom of the top w/p housing.

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