We designed a impeller for the Ford 281/4.6L with an increased vane count and a reduced impeller vane clearance to reduce engine temperatures. It achieves greater flow rates, higher head pressure and a more efficient flow. The impeller color is due to Type II Class II military grade surface coating which protects against corrosive fluids.
FlowKooler introduced the first hi flow pumps and continues to improve impeller design. Why is increased flow so important to cooling a hot 281 engine? Because it has been proven time and time again that reducing the cycle time between the heat source and the heat sink creates more opportunities to shed heat and drop engine temperatures.
From 0-3,300 RPM…Nothing Beats a FlowKooler!
|Type of Material of Pump Body||Aluminum|
|Number of Blades on Impeller||16 CNC Aluminum|
|Direction of Rotation||CCW|
|Fan Hub Working Height||3 7/16"|
|Other Special Features:|
|Parts Contained in Box:|
|O ring,Installation Sheet, FlowKooler Decal|
|1993 - 1998||Lincoln||Mark VIII||V8||281/4.6L|
|1994 - 1995||Ford||Cougar||V8||281/4.6L|
|1994 - 1997||Ford||Thunderbird||V8||281/4.6L|
|1994 - 1997||Mercury||Cougar||V8||281/4.6L|
|1996 - 1998||Ford||Mustang||V8||281/4.6L|
|1998 - 2001||Lincoln||Town Car||V8||281/4.6L|
|1998 - 2002||Ford||Crown Victoria (not the police car)||V8||281/4.6L|
|1998 - 2002||Mercury||Grand Marquis||V8||281/4.6L|