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post #1 of 21
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I'm wondering what the difference was on all these DDC pumps listed below

http://www.aquatuning.us/index.php/cat/c1072_DDC.html

I was going to get the DDC-1plus(retail MCP355) but its out of stock, so there are others that are in stock I just don't know why there's so many.

Which one should I get?
post #2 of 21
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Originally Posted by phaseshift View Post
I'm wondering what the difference was on all these DDC pumps listed below

http://www.aquatuning.us/index.php/cat/c1072_DDC.html

I was going to get the DDC-1plus(retail MCP355) but its out of stock, so there are others that are in stock I just don't know why there's so many.

Which one should I get?
its just different tops, what tube are u planning on,? the retail has molded on barbs so you are limited to that tube,

http://www.aquatuning.us/product_inf...ro-Acetal.html i like this one, i think you can have a choice for inlet. and use whatever 1/4 fitting you like

Also I see ur getting nickel EKs dont bother, get the copper and go all copper loop or get the koolance blocks.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 6/14/11 at 4:51pm
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post #3 of 21
Here is the version I selected. In all the examples I looked at in your link the inlet and outlet was on the pump body, in this one I got the inlet and outlet is on the top(not where the motor is). These Laning DDC pumps can get a bit confusing unless you have the one you are talking about in your hand.They come in so many different variants, in your link all the bottoms are the same but the tops are different. I do not even see the model I selected listed.

EDIT: OK I see what they did,with my pump they kept the original top and just shipped mine assembled with the top I wanted.Yep it is just different tops with different fittings (threaded or barbed). If you look at the examples long enough it starts to make sense.


Edited by PCCstudent - 6/14/11 at 5:15pm
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post #4 of 21
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actually performance pcs has the mcp355

I think I'll just get that and replace the top with

http://www.aquatuning.us/product_inf...mps--G1-4.html
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actually performance pcs has the mcp355

I think I'll just get that and replace the top with

http://www.aquatuning.us/product_inf...mps--G1-4.html
nice, just get any laing pump then and pull it off. your setup is gunna look sick
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Like andrew said, some just have different tops, though it's more than that. The Euro naming convention is a bit odd compared to Swiftech's, though, but it is simple; normal DDC1 would be the DDC 3.1, DDC1 Plus is the DDC 3.2; after that is where it gets more detailed, but I'll plot it like this:

DDC1 R/T Plus = Same thing as an MCP355, or a fully featured DDC 3.2; has mounting "feet" and a tach sensor/wire.
DDC1 T Plus = DDC 3.2 with tach sensor/wire, but no mounting "feet".
DDC1 R Plus = DDC 3.2 without tach sensor/wire, but with mount "feet".

Strip the "Plus" and you get a DDC 3.1, and then apply the R/T stuff as needed.
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post #7 of 21
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Like andrew said, some just have different tops, though it's more than that. The Euro naming convention is a bit odd compared to Swiftech's, though, but it is simple; normal DDC1 would be the DDC 3.1, DDC1 Plus is the DDC 3.2; after that is where it gets more detailed, but I'll plot it like this:

DDC1 R/T Plus = Same thing as an MCP355, or a fully featured DDC 3.2; has mounting "feet" and a tach sensor/wire.
DDC1 T Plus = DDC 3.2 with tach sensor/wire, but no mounting "feet".
DDC1 R Plus = DDC 3.2 without tach sensor/wire, but with mount "feet".

Strip the "Plus" and you get a DDC 3.1, and then apply the R/T stuff as needed.
\\\\ weeeeelll Performance PCs has the mcp355 cheaper so I'll just get it there haha but thanks chunky!

and everyone else Rep added and imaginary rep for chunky as well
post #8 of 21
The MCP355 is a great pump. The MCP35X is a better version of the MCP355. Laing didn't create the MCP35X. Swiftech did but that isn't relevant. The MCP655 is another option. The MCP355 would be good for a starter. The only thing though is that you need an aftermarket top for the MCP355 since the top uses 3/8 fittings. EK (whom have lost my favor), XSPC, and some others have them.
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The MCP355 is a great pump. The MCP35X is a better version of the MCP355. Laing didn't create the MCP35X. Swiftech did but that isn't relevant. The MCP655 is another option. The MCP355 would be good for a starter. The only thing though is that you need an aftermarket top for the MCP355 since the top uses 3/8 fittings. EK (whom have lost my favor), XSPC, and some others have them.
yeah I've got the Aqua Computer top on order, so shmecksy
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Sidewinder sells the MCP355 cheaper there. Even the MCP35X is cheaper.
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