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Thread: CSR vrs Meziere

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    CSR vrs Meziere

    Whats a better water pump, CSR or Meziere. Ive had a CSR w/ no problems but someone told me the Meziere was better for whatever reason I dont remeber. Even down to which one holds there anodizing better. I had a blue one but now I want a Red one which would fade faster.

    Craig

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    So you had a "CSR with no problems" and your thinking about changing because someone said so.
    Why would you do that? Like they say don't fix it if it aint broke.
    One is as good as the other. IMO

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    CSR water pumps are 37GPM and the Meziere has one that is 55GPM for about $100 More. Ron612

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    But if the 37 gal is cooling the car fine ,why would you spend the extra 100? :shock:

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    Quote Originally Posted by 482
    But if the 37 gal is cooling the car fine ,why would you spend the extra 100? :shock:
    Agreed. I have a CSR and have never had any problems...I had a remote Meziere on my old FED and again, no problems.
    Johnny

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    Hey Craig, the new ride looks good. I'm running a red CSR. It's just a year old works great still lokks good.
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    i'm with these guys stay with the CSR i've never had any problems with them. and they recommend at 3500 hours or 50,000 miles of every day use, the motor should be replaced.

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    My CSR is a POS .. it started making noise this year, I called to get a replacement motor, every shop I called said 3 weeks ouch !! But if you call CSR you can get one right away only cost more money then from Jegs, Summit,Motorstate grr

    My water fill neck (csr) is also leaking .. they'd never seen one leak, a buddy has a brand new one leaks same spot, he called .. they had never seen one leak.

    When this thing finally goes I will be replacing with a Meziere
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    yea, leave this thread here long enough and there will be someone with a meziere that is a POS !! :roll:
    Same thing with Ford,Chevy,etc,etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 482
    yea, leave this thread here long enough and there will be someone with a meziere that is a POS !! :roll:
    Same thing with Ford,Chevy,etc,etc.
    this same csr vs meziere chat is going on over on yb right now also ... there is several post of csr issues.
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