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Both are great pumps. The 35x has better head pressure. However it is known to run hotter.

I have the D5 and prefer it because it has more flow, runs very quiet with the top especially and not hot.
In a loop, flow is a function of head pressure, the 35x has more head pressure; you will have more flow in a loop with the 35x than with the D5.
post #12 of 15
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In a loop, flow is a function of head pressure, the 35x has more head pressure; you will have more flow in a loop with the 35x than with the D5.
Not necessarily, there is more to that equation.
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post #13 of 15
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Not necessarily, there is more to that equation.
A D5 is not going to have more flow in a loop. Head pressure, and pressure drop from your blocks are directly related to flow in a loop.
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A D5 is not going to have more flow in a loop. Head pressure, and pressure drop from your blocks are directly related to flow in a loop.
K, proceed with that thinking.
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post #15 of 15
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K, proceed with that thinking.
Show numbers or graphs then, since you seem to be trolling.
Edited by earthwormjim - 10/4/11 at 11:58pm
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