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21 hours ago, GOBY said:


How much and what are the specs?


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The Barracuda™ is our energy efficient entry-level pump for applications requiring moderate head pressure and high flow rates. Ideal applications for this unit are 180-350 gallon tanks with sump return systems requiring a minimum of 10 feet static head. This unit is rated for a maximum flow rate of 4500gph, a shut off head of 20 feet, and maximum wattage of 325/ 2 amps. Using a ¼ horsepower Baldor® TEFC Motor manufactured in the USA. 

Features: 

  • Quiet operation 
  • Minimal heat transfer 
  • Units are pre-wired with an 8ft cord and molded 115V plug 
  • Low Speed 
  • Low Wattage 
  • Flow-biased pump 
  • Fan-cooled motor 

Specifications: 

  • Maximum Flow Rate: 4300gph 
  • Maximum Shut-Off Head: 20` 
  • Maximum Wattage: 253W 
  • Average Wattage: 234W 
  • Inlet/Outlet: 1.5" FNPT / 1.5" FNPT 
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 12.86" x 8.33" x 7.54" 

I would let it go for $200. 

Jay

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The Barracuda[emoji769] is our energy efficient entry-level pump for applications requiring moderate head pressure and high flow rates. Ideal applications for this unit are 180-350 gallon tanks with sump return systems requiring a minimum of 10 feet static head. This unit is rated for a maximum flow rate of 4500gph, a shut off head of 20 feet, and maximum wattage of 325/ 2 amps. Using a ¼ horsepower Baldor[emoji768] TEFC Motor manufactured in the USA. 

Features: 
  • Quiet operation 
  • Minimal heat transfer 
  • Units are pre-wired with an 8ft cord and molded 115V plug 
  • Low Speed 
  • Low Wattage 
  • Flow-biased pump 
  • Fan-cooled motor 
Specifications: 
  • Maximum Flow Rate: 4300gph 
  • Maximum Shut-Off Head: 20` 
  • Maximum Wattage: 253W 
  • Average Wattage: 234W 
  • Inlet/Outlet: 1.5" FNPT / 1.5" FNPT 
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 12.86" x 8.33" x 7.54" 
I would let it go for $200. 
Jay

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Full disclosure.  The pump is probably 5 years old.  It ran my closed loop 24/7 and I never had any problems with it.  I finally bought a gyre and retired the Barracuda.  This is not a nearly new pump.  I am willing to go down to $150 if you still want it.  

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