You can swap it out if you're willing to replumb for the crank mounted pump.
>> Stay informed about: Retrofit Crank Mounted Raw Water Pump on Mercruiser?
There are also cam mounted pumps from aftermarket suppliers. You need a
special timing cover for them. Anyway you can pump raw water into the
system is fine, doesn't matter what kind of engine it is. A used boat parts
supplier would be the place to look. Buying all the pieces new will be
outrageous, particularly times two.
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> My boat has twin, inboard Mercruiser's (350CID) with the Bravo-style
> raw water pump. The location of the pumps, along with their design,
> makes replacing the raw water impellers an absolute nightmare!! I
> have to remove the pumps completely from the engine, but just getting
> to the pumps themselves requires bending and twisting not meant for
> the human body!!
> My previous boat had a Volvo powerplant, with its convenient, crank
> mounted water pump. Being that most of the manufacturers use a Chevy
> block, can I replace the current Bravo pump with a crank mounted pump?