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NISSAN OEM JDM WATER PUMP SR20DET – S14 AND S15 – 21010-65F27

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NISSAN OEM JDM WATER PUMP SR20DET – S14 AND S15 – 21010-65F27

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NISSAN OEM JDM WATER PUMP SR20DET – S14 AND S15 – 21010-65F27

21010-65F27 – Genuine Nissan OEM Water Pump for JDM SR20DET rear wheel drive.  The s14 & S15 water pump will fit the s13 block and is an upgrade compared to the OEM S13 Water Pump

***Note: If you run the s14 water pump on an s13 block there will be one extra bolt hole you can bypass.

 

 

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Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 6 x 4 in

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    Part works great, Quality stuff!

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