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When I hear the term "Kit" it just makes me wonder what components make up a kit? Size of pump and performance for example and size of pipes/tubing used?

I feel you should go with "custom" parts to get where you seem to want to be.

When you say same end top and bottom do you mean like a typical 120etc. type? or like a typical car rad with a top hose and a bottom hose at either end of the cores and on separate tanks like this

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Ok for now i should maybe just buy some barbs and tubes,
I was thinking of buying a 120mm kit then splitting the rad and using that in my server, the block for my i7 and the tubes etc.

it would be the same if you move both pipe holes to the left hand side.
its plastic top and bottom with a copper core and alloy fins, i will most likely spray it black to match the case .
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