I've been recommending these things for years, fitted one to a mate's 32 Ford roadster hotrod running a 429 Ford V8 (7.0 litre) a bloody good piece of kit. I've got one for my 73 landrover running a 351 Ford Cleavland V8 (5.8 litre)
That is if I ever get around to finishing it.......who knows I might end up with it in the TR yet!
Mounting is simple, you just cut a section out of the bottom radiator hose and then insert the pump between the hose ends. Then remove the thermostat, set up the wiring, temp sender etc.
For most cars with a conventional mechanical water pump, the impeller can be removed from the shaft of the old pump and the old pump housing will provide the connection spigot for the bottom hose. But it's possible to do away with the pulley, shaft and water pump housing if it is advantageous for your installation by fabricating a new lower spigot housing to bolt on where the old water pump lived.
Our cars (2.0 4cyl) however do not have a conventional water pump set up. I can't remember the details but it is still possible to fit these EWPs to our cars There is a Dolomite Sprint specialist in Sydney who does it, it might be possible to source the required bits from them.
"Keep calm, relax, take a deep breath, focus on the problem & PULL THE BLOODY TRIGGER"
'80 Triumph TR7.
'73 Land Rover (Ford 351. V8).
'97 Ford Falcon Longreach 'S' ute,
'69 Ford F250 pickup.
'83 Jaguar XJ6 Sovereign S3.