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post #191 of 239 Old 08-06-2016, 07:28 PM
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Looking great B.

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I really like the assembly, fitting the pump the way you did. Looks cool! ( And functional)

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Thanks guys,hard to believe this one is nearly done,just sleeving the loom now (half done) and some last bits of tube to do...plus storage....but the main work is done.

Now I need to start looking for a cool place to take photo's...

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10/10 no regrets in sponsoring you m8. Great job


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10/10 no regrets in sponsoring you m8. Great job

Dude,we be like family!

Where else am I going to get all the procoolings?!!????

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Well,she is full of water,now to clear the bubbles and get the OS installed.

Cross my fingers that the PSU jump wiring works correctly now......



Res is solid,not even a hint of a leak,I did have a leaky fitting (nicked oring) but that was found on the air test....didnt help that it was in the bowels of the rig so everything had to come out!!!

I was also thinking about the DDC and the vibration it would put into the res,Im happy to say that it doesnt vibrate at all,the mass of the res with water in makes a fine dampener.

Seems my next job for tomorrow is get the OS installed,clean all my mucky finger prints of it and take some pictures,I have a nice place in mind too.

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Looks great B. Looking forward to some final pics biggrin.gif
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That looks amazing Bneg, looking forward to seeing it all together!

Did you use o-ring cord for the res? Thinking about doing a midplate with channels and not sure what the best way to seal it would be without a billion screws...

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That looks amazing Bneg, looking forward to seeing it all together!

Did you use o-ring cord for the res? Thinking about doing a midplate with channels and not sure what the best way to seal it would be without a billion screws...

I used oring cord. I have also solvent welded res together before now however.

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Looks amazing, will this be a personal rig or will it be used for something else?
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