The PRW booth at SEMA this year was full of goodies for just about everyone. They company showcased a brand-new billet aluminum high flow electric water pump design that flows 50 gallons per minute, and is offered for a multitude of Chevrolet and Ford engine applications. Currently the company is developing a Ford FE water pump on top of the existing fitments.
“This water pump motor only draws about seven amps, and has been tested to 2,500 hours of continuous use, which is well over 100,000 miles and great for a street or strip car. This motor will live far longer than the average user will need,” says PRW’s Scott Stutler.
They also have a brand new engine damper program, with three different levels of product in the catalog.
Their Sportsman product is a non-SFI approved damper that is perfect for the street cruiser or hot rod that doesn’t see much track time. The damper is laser-etched, meaning that you won’t be looking for scotch-brite to clean up the timing marks a year or two down the road.
They have two levels of SFI 18.1-rated damper – the steel billet damper uses an elastomer style damping material, while the top-level product uses silicone fluid internally to quell engine vibration. Applications for these dampers range from a traditional small-block Ford engine to current-day LS engines.
But that’snot all – their booth was chock-full of engine parts from the dampers and water pumps to a full lineup of fabricated valve covers. New this year is a fitment for 326-455 Pontiac engines, to go with center-bolt LS covers, fitments for standard small- and big-block Chevrolet and Ford, to go with their complete line of rocker arms for use underneath. We covered their all-new LS3-style fabricated intake manifold and some of their rocker arm applications in a separate item.