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Ryan1776

Tsunami 800 vs 1100 gph lower housing

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Ryan1776

Just a quick mental check, the actual base housings between the 800 and 1100gph pumps are the same, correct? 
Meaning I don't have to remove the lower housing from the ball valve when upgrading the pumps, I can remove the top motor assembly itself and drop in the new 1100gph? 
 

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vanamp

The housing are identical except the outlet size is bigger on the 1100.

You can interchange them but you will not see a performance boost using a 1100 motor in an 800 housing. I kept replacing my bad pumps with 1100s and saving the housings until I had enough housings to upgrade them all and run larger hose. 

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Ryan1776

Ok cool, thank you. 
I'm also upgrading the hose as well. Just wanted to see how much disassembly I needed to do! 

I figured they were the same, thank you for confirming! 

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vanamp

Just to be clear if you are upgrading to larger size hose you will need to replace the 800 housings with the 1100.  The 800's have a 3/4" discharge connection the 1100's are 1 1/8" discharge.  Motors will fit in either housing. 

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