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Poll Results: If I changed tubing color which color would look best?

 
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    Black
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    White
  • 21% (10)
    Red
  • 8% (4)
    Blue
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Originally Posted by mav2000 View Post

Looking very good now...are you going with clear tubing and dye? Or will you be changing the tubing going ahead?

Gonna try both I think. I have red and purple mayhem's that I'm going to use to make bloody red. If it doesn't look good, I'll probably go with either black or white tubing. I'm not really a fan of the UV stuff...
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Let me try to discourage you from using dyes. I have heard many examples of dyes gumming up blocks after some time. Seems like it would be a pain to break down all those beautiful blocks due to decreased performance/flow because of dye.

I recommend using only distilled water and silver (kill coil or tru-silver barbs).

Looking to be an awesome rig man! cheers.gif
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I haven't seen any reason not to use Mayhem's. Other dyes, sure, but it appears that Mayhem's dye is okay.
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this build make me want to puke in a great way biggrin.gif+REP
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post #55 of 182
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Let me try to discourage you from using dyes. I have heard many examples of dyes gumming up blocks after some time. Seems like it would be a pain to break down all those beautiful blocks due to decreased performance/flow because of dye.
I recommend using only distilled water and silver (kill coil or tru-silver barbs).
Looking to be an awesome rig man! cheers.gif

PrimoChill and Feser are both pigments, which can get caught in blocks, etc. Mayhem's is an actual dye, and I haven't seen anyone complain about it yet. Besides some staining, I really don't think there will be any ill effect. I do plan on running just distilled with the dye though, and a kill coil.

thanks for the concern though thumb.gif

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this build make me want to puke in a great way biggrin.gif+REP

Well, I'm glad it's in a good way. I've never had the happy pukes before lol Thanks! gr_barf.gif
Edited by jermzz - 1/2/12 at 10:58am
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post #56 of 182
+1 on rep and subbed ... I wanna see this monster when it is fully built.

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I like it with just the clear tubing, but that is just my personal taste. Think it looks better with the chrome fittings and takes away from them if coloured tubing is used. But I could also get into the flowing blood effect. tongue.gif
 
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post #58 of 182
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I like it with just the clear tubing, but that is just my personal taste. Think it looks better with the chrome fittings and takes away from them if coloured tubing is used. But I could also get into the flowing blood effect. tongue.gif

Everyone likes something different. :-) I'm sure people hate the blood color. It's my favorite though. Looks like I need to order a few more fittings... man these things are expensive mad.gif
Edited by jermzz - 1/2/12 at 5:01pm
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Ok, couple more questions. So, my res is gonna drop straight through the mid plate into the pump, the outlet to the pump is on the back side of the dual top. I was just gonna 90 out of the pump top and use a piece of straight hose to the bottom port of the radiator, then the top port is gonna go back up through the mid plate to the components. Is that ok?? Would it be better to have the pump push through the top port of the rad and empty through the bottom, or does it really not make a difference? See image below for reference.

second question regarding the res. The top rad is the last part of the loop before it empties into the res again. Most people I see return to the res through the bottom, and have it drain through the bottom. Is there any benefit to that, or is it ok to just empty into the top? I just don't want all the extra hose if I can help it.

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I have a better idea, why don't you mount the dual pumps in the 5.25" bays and take the bottom off the reservoir and screw it into the top of your dual EK pump top? If you did this you could fit another 240 radiator and link it to the 480 radiator, the EK dual pump top was meant to have a reservoir all as one mounted in the bottom most 5.25" bay.
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