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Hey guys and girls, Just wondering if i need to get an aftermarket top for this pump?

I'm planning on replacing my xspc 750 res/pump combo with one of these and a swiftech micro res.

Does the tubing just connect to the fittings on the pump? Or do i need to add barbs/compression fittings?

Thanks in advance

Edit: Here's where I'm buying the pump from Clicky
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post #2 of 11
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Does the tubing just connect to the fittings on the pump? Or do i need to add barbs/compression fittings?
The tubing fits directly on.

1/2ID tube(with clamp) or 7/16ID tube will fit right over the plastic 1/2" barbs no problem. I would go for a top because it looks a bit ugly , but yeh its not essential.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 10/2/11 at 6:05am
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The tubing fits directly on.

1/2ID tube(with clamp) or 7/16ID tube will fit right over the plastic 1/2" barbs no problem. I would go for a top because it looks a bit ugly , but yeh its not essential.
Thanks for the quick reply Andrew, And just for peace of mind sake, The Koolance PMP-450 is the same as the Swiftech MCP655 and Laing D5 correct? Just re-branded?
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post #4 of 11
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Thanks for the quick reply Andrew, And just for peace of mind sake, The Koolance PMP-450 is the same as the Swiftech MCP655 and Laing D5 correct? Just re-branded?
It looks less powerful at 12V than the MCP655 to me, by 3L a minute.

At 12V the MCP655 is 20 Liter/minute
At 12V the PMP-450 is 17 Liter/minute
At 24V the PMP-450 is 18.9 Liter/minute

Its nothing to worry about tho mate, I run my D5 on setting 1, there is no difference between settings 1 and 5 temp wise on my loop, though it is compact.
Edited by andrewmchugh - 10/2/11 at 8:53am
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post #5 of 11
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It looks less powerful at 12V than the MCP655 to me, by 3L a minute.

At 12V the MCP655 is 20 Liter/minute
At 12V the PMP-450 is 17 Liter/minute
At 24V the PMP-450 is 18.9 Liter/minute

Its nothing to worry about tho mate, I run my D5 on setting 1, there is no difference between settings 1 and 5 temp wise on my loop, though it is compact.
That's all good and well, I'm sure it will be a upgrade going from my 750 pump/res

Strange they have a different LPH, I thought they where the same pump o.O
Edited by gumbie - 10/2/11 at 9:29am
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Originally Posted by andrewmchugh View Post
It looks less powerful at 12V than the MCP655 to me, by 3L a minute.

At 12V the MCP655 is 20 Liter/minute
At 12V the PMP-450 is 17 Liter/minute
At 24V the PMP-450 is 18.9 Liter/minute

Its nothing to worry about tho mate, I run my D5 on setting 1, there is no difference between settings 1 and 5 temp wise on my loop, though it is compact.
Your liter/min for the PMP-450s @24V is off.

MCP-655 is 20L/min (5.28 gal/min) @ 12V
PMP-450s is 17.4L/min (4.6 gal/min) @ 12V
PMP-450s is 22.3L/min (5.9 gal/min) @ 24V
Edited by DigitalMonkey - 10/2/11 at 10:18am
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Okay, So I've decided to add a top to the pump as well, Everyone's thoughts on this one?

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Hi gumbie....i thnk ths link will help u...read abou it......the top helps improve flowrate and silences the pump///http://martinsliquidlab.org/2011/03/...sting-round-1/
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Thanks for that link, I think I'll grab one
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