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Ok guys like I said here is the pics of my filtering system to help flush out the sediment out of parts like res and can leak test part. The filter in it is 5 mcm so it should get most everything. I change out the barbs on the photo QDCs so I can disconnect without losing the water, and then poor into a cup and put back into loop when the next part going into be filtered. Got the idea from a youtube video from Lazyman. Can link it you want to see it. but only cost me alittle over $30. 19 for the filter housing, 7 for the filters (2 in a pack) going into and 3 for the 7f of clear tubing. and then 4 or so for the 2 fitting to put the tub to the filter. going to let it run for a couple hours per, but after first I'll take a pic of what comes out of it, if you guys want.



    
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Got case today. here some pics of it. still need some more parts that are coming today, but I have one piece that will not be here until Sat or Mon then I can start put together.





This is a pic for Grumby21, and the distance from rad to the bay is 19.5mm and this was taken with a micrometor, I am not sure if that helps, I will have more pics as the stuff comes in and the building really starts.







PS I also wanted to know if I should have the Res barbs on the top under the bays or at the bottom of the case? Pumps will be setting on the case floor not attached to anything, just free flow. Or does it not really matter?
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Can you post a pic of what you get out of the rads on that filter?
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didnt hear anything so I didnt take anything out, but it

Its where I got the idea. If you want to see, he took pics that are shown near the end of video so you can skip to the end. I have to say I was happy with it. and will use it again and again when needed. might even run my look with it on at first when doing the leak test to filter out anything I might have missed on my clean.
    
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thanks for the pics so it is 19.5mm from the room to the top of the first bay
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thanks for the pics so it is 19.5mm from the room to the top of the first bay
Are you wanting to know to top of Bay or the bottom? The 19.5mm is from the top of the Rad to the bottom of the bay. From top of the bay to the top of the Rad is 32.5 mm.


And this is what I got in today. I was wrong I didnt get my Lights in, they should be tomorrow. Then I start putting together the case some. But I have one peice that is stopping me from just diving in. until i get it, i really cant take my system in sig out of its old home and put it in its new.














Will be adding some UV pics tonight to give you all an Idea of my tubing, sleeving and connector color scheme.

My stuff to make my acrylic windows and acrylic shelves to hold my Res when they come. just cam too. here what I got to do it.




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Here is my uv scheme but some doesnt pop as much as I like Its red tubing, blue sleeving, red connect. then blue tube, red Sleeving, and blue connectors. And my res are a blue/red helix. but the red connectors dont pop, and the red sleeving doesnt pop either.






maybe the UV I got coming hopefully tomorrow will help them pop more. this uv is old and be rode hard.
    
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The part I was needing to start the build out is here. I will be slowly puting this system together, taking pics along the way. It will take sometime to get my build up. I have to cut Acrylic, build the parts I need out of it. Get the case and the stuff I have in it as much as possible before taking apart my system out of the old case (at which time my computer will be down until I get it all back together). I also got my LED UV strips in too. I do have other parts that are coming in Monday but they are more for looks then have to have to put together. Also my Res are still being made, so I will have to use my old ones until they come. Which should be be here by 2 weeks from today.

Again Pic will be post off and on throw the build.
    
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Ok I have a question, I asked it earlier and got on answer. I am in the planning part of how to set up my case. I was wanting to know on the Inlet and outlet on the rad's should I have them at the top or bottom if I am mounting Vertical? My pump is going to be on the floor of the case, and as you can see from case pics my MB is setting Horizonally and up across from my Rads top. So will it really matter which way I mount them?



Also here was the part I was waiting for




So I could do this



    
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