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Flow rate for the 9200-A is 30 gallons per hour of 300-degree F 80-90W differential gear oil or ATF. Further, the current draw is only 5.5 amps. At 3 pounds and measuring 2.50x5.40-inches, weight and dimensions are compact.
Why contemplate the 9200-A pump? Although very few are willing to divulge the information, the 9200-A is presently being used on a number of front runners’ superspeedway cars in Cup and Nationwide series. In fact, it is the only pump known to be used in circle track racing for transmission and differential cooling.
Further, it has been approved for use in export C5 and C6 Corvettes destined for warmer climates. Weldon is also working on a prototype high-temperature oil transfer pump for the new Cadillac CTS-V. This pump can be found in the GM Motorsports catalog under PN 12480080.
The Weldon 9200-A fluid pump retails for $390 and is ready for immediate delivery. For further information visit www.WeldonRacing.com
xBase manufactures popular electronics for motorsports. Primarily we specialize in traction control and data acquisition add-ons. We are taking our knowledge in electronics and applying it to a new Nitrous Controller. This unit will drive four nitrous stages, all in a .72"x4.00"x1.25" housing.
Instead of having to rely on digiset timers, our controller uses a digital timer to control the outputs. Each stage utilizes solid-state switching technology that replaces bulky relays. Each switch is rated to 85Amps. Say 'Good-Bye' to a firewall full of relays and timers.
Besides the four outputs capable of driving nitrous stages, it offers four other stages that can operate other functions of your race car. All eight channels can be activated and deactivated by either elapsed time and/or engine rpm. So you can use this to shift your transmission as well. Also the stages can be stacked so one stage turning on will activate the timers for another stage.
Call 303.885.7428 or visit dragtraction.com/NitrousController.html for more information.