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[[SPOILER]]  Beware of the Koolance Compression fittings. I would use something with a nicer grip on the tubing. XSPC compression fittings are well known for their grip on the tubing.Also keep a good eye on the conditions of those radiators. It's too easy to get a bad radiator and not notice until it causes problems The rest is fine. Just make sure you clean out all the parts before installing it into a loop. Getting the whole set for $150 is a steal.
If you are comfortable with a bit of modding, you can replace the tubing with something shorter in length, but you would have to make room for a small T-line setup.  Otherwise, it would be incredibly difficult to find a CLC with tubing to fit your requirements. Cooler Master has a 240mm that allows you to vary tubing length and add parts to your loop if you went the 240mm route.
Alphacool makes their radiators pretty awesome but refuses to properly clean them before selling them.  That means there's a lot of garbage inside the radiators which will eventually inhibit performance.  Mayhems designed a cleaning kit  specifically because of the problem.  It's a bit more work, but consider that a one to two degree drop in temps might not be worth an hour of labour.
Oh. Sorry! Should have read more carefully.
I know acetone vapour works very well. However, it is a bit dangerous if not done correctly.   http://hackaday.com/2013/03/23/smoothing-3d-prints-with-acetone-vapor/
Extreme Fans on sale at Newark. I believe there is a PWM mod for these.   http://www.newark.com/sanyo-denki-sanace-fans/9s1212m4011/axial-fan-130ma-12v/dp/03P9424
Don't use the silver kill coil. Exchange it for Copper based biocides (e.g. Mayhems Biocide Extreme). XSPC EX/RX series will offer much better cooling for the money. Consider using the top fans as exhaust to prevent hot air from increasing motherboard temps. For your cooling needs, a push/pull set up is a huge waste of money. You won't see enough of a benefit to justify the extra cost. XSPC makes a compression fitting for 3/8x5/8 that is about 4 dollars a pop. Half as...
That's up for you to decide. Your GPU temperatures aren't too high, but if quiet was a goal, you might consider it. Also, if you have the money or can resell your corsair unit, liquid cooling will be good.
In that case, try...
I think you should check out the watercooling stickies to understand what is going on in your system. http://www.overclock.net/t/913181/water-cooling-guide-for-noobs-always-updated/ Once you read that and have a general idea about what watercooling really is, you can start looking for some parts. For radiators, I suggest XSPC. They "clean" the inside of their radiators before shipping them out so you don't have to worry much about flushing or maintenance. XSPC also sells...
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