Part # 5015-210
Part # 5015-210
Warranty 1 Year
Manufacturer Code CHAMPS-107
Alternate Part #'s CHAMPS-107, CHAMPS107, WWPCHAMPS-107
The Waterway Champion is a high-performance inground pump that was engineered to increase strength and water flow. The housing is made of thermoplastic to reduce noise and the pump is equipped with two swivel union assemblies great for precise alignment and plumbing versatility.
The adjustable base allows users to adapt this pump to retrofit many of the existing pumps today. This makes it an ideal replacement pool pump for a pool of any size.
Suitable Replacement Swimming Pool Pump for the Following Models
Adjustable base included.
What is the SF on the Champs 107 Max Rate?
There is also a Champs 107 model which is described as "Full Rate EE"
I am looking to replace a Century B 2852 3/4 HP with a service factor of 1.25
(Our filter is a Pentair CC100)
Thank you for contacting Inyo Pools, The Champs-107 has a 1.25 service factor.
Is this pump a suitable replacement for a Jandy Stealth SHPF .75 single speed pump?
Hi, This would be a good replacement for a Jandy Stealth however since you have a 3/4 HP Full Rate then I would suggest the Waterway Champion 1 HP Max Rate as the flow rate would be similar to your current pump. The plumbing ports are not in the exact same location on these two pumps so you may have a little re-plumbing.
this pump has a 2" inlet is it ok to reduce to a 1 1/2" SUPPLY
Hello, yes you can reduce the ports to 1.5 inch if needed using reducer bushings.
1 to 2 hrs
Screwdriver, Pliers, Adjustable Wrench
2 to 4 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Adjustable Wrench
Replaced old pump, a Sta Rite 3/4 horsepower single speed pump that was used for my three fountains, with a Champion 3/4 horsepower pump with all the same specs as my previous pump from Inyo pools. I did have to replumb the Inlet and Outlet connections but all the parts were included with my new pump. And the new pump from Inyo pools works perfectly and is humming along very quietly. And most importantly it has made my wife very happy.
2 to 4 hrs
Screwdriver, Nut Drivers, Pliers, Rubber strap wrench and large channel locks.
Turned off the circuit breaker feeding the old Hayward. With a strap wrench loosened the the union type water inlet and output PVC pipelines. Opened electrical wire compartment on motor and tested the wires with a working voltage tester to make sure the right circuit was off,then disconnect the wires feeding the motor. With Hayward pump totally removed checked wires to make sure the insulation was not damaged. There are different size bases to make the motor fit to align with the existing PVC input and output piping. Open the electric box on the new Champion 107 motor and reinstall the wires using the crimped on female insulated wire connections for the # 12 wires,20 amp feed. Also reinstalled the ground wire to the designated ground connection point tightly but not over doing it to avoid stripping. Make sure the wires fit tightly before closing the electrical box on motor. Then I installed the PVC input and output piping using the union type PVC connectors provided by Champion 107 . With all electrical and plumbing connections make I turned on the circuit breaker feeding the new pump. I bumped the motor for 2 seconds to make sure the wires were terminated right. With all connections secure and tight start the motor to see the plumbing pipes were leak free. This was the way to go to replace my old Hayward pump. I’m in Florida so the pump runs 8 hours every day. So I installed it 2 weeks ago and is great and also quieter than the Hayward.