Davies Craig EWP130 Electronic Water Pump, Alloy Housing, 12v
The EWP130 (130 L/min) pump is suitable for small, medium, large, high- performance and 4WD vehicles. It's a performance product that improves engine cooling control and capacity whilst giving you more power and torque and improved fuel economy.
The EWP130 is a practical alternative to the mechanical belt-driven pump or fitted as an auxiliary pump. Mechanical belt-driven water pumps run directly off the motor and sap engine power, the EWP130 is hardwired into your electrical system, by-passing the engine and releasing additional horsepower.
Imperial & Other
Flow Rate (Max) @ 13V DC
34.34 US Gal/min
Inlet / Outlet Size
10A @ 13V DC
Clockwise Centrifugal with Volute Chamber
Manufacturer Part Number
EWP130 Alloy 12v Water Pump
Alloy Elbow Adapter - 35mm (1.3/8")
Alloy Straight Adapter - 35mm (1.3/8")
Rubber Adapter Sleeve - 3mm (1/8")
Assorted Hardware Bag inc Relay
PLEASE NOTE: This is a pump only kit. The pump can be controlled via the following methods:
1. Continuous Running: The pump can be wired direct to the battery for continuous running, this is the simplest way to wire in the pump and is most suitable for racing applications only.
2. EWP Digital Controller: Install along with a Davies Craig EWP Digital Controller, this PWM controller will adjust pump speed based user adjustable target engine temperature. Pumps & Digital Controllers are also available to purchase together as a kit.
3. Thermatic Fan Switch: Combined with a fan switch the pump can be wired to come on with the radiator fan only when additional cooling is required.
Pump Selection Guide
Please note that this is a rough guide only, many factors are involved when choosing a suitable water pump such as engine capacity, specific output, coolant pipe length etc
Pump & Controller PN
Engines up to 2.0L
Engines 2.0 - 3.5L
Engines 3.5 - 5.0L
Engines 5.0L or greater
Supercharged or Turbo
Drag Racing or Drifting
FI Engines 5.0L or greater
The EWP is a recirculating pump which is ideal for a 'closed system', similar to an automotive cooling system. It is not self-priming.