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interesting... a few have said that this kills the pump before to long is that true? or is this just the guys that do it with out a res or t line?
I know it does not kill the pump, as will is still going strong.

there isnt a t line on this so i wouldnt know, a im not to sure it would make a diffrence without a res.

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this might sound like a dumb question but, which way is the h50 facing for the 2 screws to take off the cover? cant tell? it looks like you can turn it either way and the screws match up the same? i also noticed the way you showed in the diagram on how to run the tubing, that you did it a different way. the reason i ask these questions is because i bought all the things required to do this mod and i dont want to screw it up
I dont know about the first part of the qesution but will said RAD>>h50/pump unit>>RES>>RAD and he did it the same way he showed in the diagram... ?_?

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interesting... a few have said that this kills the pump before to long is that true? or is this just the guys that do it with out a res or t line?
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in the process of doing mine, my tubing fits the pump and radiator perfect, but the Swiftech MCRes Micro V2 has bigger barb things on, what size do i need?

Pretty sure my tubing is 6mm internal diameter.

Hope you can help, thanks

do i need something like this??

http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...at=1254&page=1

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You need G 1/4" barbs that are made for tubing with ID of 1/4"

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in the process of doing mine, my tubing fits the pump and radiator perfect, but the Swiftech MCRes Micro V2 has bigger barb things on, what size do i need?

Pretty sure my tubing is 6mm internal diameter.

Hope you can help, thanks

do i need something like this??

http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...at=1254&page=1
They would do just fine, if they were in stock.

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They would do just fine, if they were in stock.
yes shame, il find some somewhere, just as long as i know there ok

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yes shame, il find some somewhere, just as long as i know there ok
Find any in the end?

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