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post #1581 of 3087
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Originally Posted by BababooeyHTJ View Post

Durelene isn't exactly super clear either.

If we're going to go down that road, then no tubing is super clear, google singularity pcs, and follow his idea of using bitspower crystal links with fittings-thats the only way you will get crystal clear tubing-failing that Durelene is just fine smile.gif
post #1582 of 3087
While I've had ZERO issues with my Primochill tubing in over 10 months (and I've checked), I've switched over to clear Durelene tubing + Mayhem dye.

No regrets.
post #1583 of 3087
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

While I've had ZERO issues with my Primochill tubing in over 10 months (and I've checked), I've switched over to clear Durelene tubing + Mayhem dye.
No regrets.

Gimmee ur bike now! biggrin.gif
post #1584 of 3087
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Originally Posted by kkorky View Post

Gimmee ur bike now! biggrin.gif

NEVER!

I'd sooner give you all my computers than my '47.
post #1585 of 3087
My uv blue Primochill tube is still plasticizing. It does make it look darker though biggrin.gif

I bought a new roll a week ago; I'll keep an eye out for that piece(s).
post #1586 of 3087
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post

My uv blue Primochill tube is still plasticizing. It does make it look darker though biggrin.gif
I bought a new roll a week ago; I'll keep an eye out for that piece(s).

bro, just dump that primo-crap and go with colored UV Feser! much better quality (tiny bit stiffer, other than that looks exactly same, at least the UV Blue I have) and for me zero trouble after a month of use biggrin.gif
if staying with primo, then at least don't use silver kill coil, it seems it accelerates problems with this tubing.
post #1587 of 3087
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Originally Posted by feniks View Post

bro, just dump that primo-crap and go with colored UV Feser! much better quality (tiny bit stiffer, other than that looks exactly same, at least the UV Blue I have) and for me zero trouble after a month of use biggrin.gif
if staying with primo, then at least don't use silver kill coil, it seems it accelerates problems with this tubing.

Im running naked smile.gif

I have a ton of the stuff and its not noticeable thumb.gif
post #1588 of 3087
Anyone have any experience with Feser tubing? I have some sitting in a box upstairs that I was planning to use for my build but I am having second thoughts and wondering if I should order some different stuff. I will be using Mayhems Pastel
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Stay away from XSPC tubing at all costs. Even with their kits. I've seen people post that their XSPC tubing is not very good for clarity after they've run it. I'd intended to include this warning in my last post but well I was ordering some new fittings and got kinda sidetracked. wink.gif lol
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
hey mines not bad so far (of course im running fluid xp uv green through the xspc uv orange tubing so go donly know for sure..but my temps haven't gone up...also im using a kill coil)
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Anyone have any experience with Feser tubing? I have some sitting in a box upstairs that I was planning to use for my build but I am having second thoughts and wondering if I should order some different stuff. I will be using Mayhems Pastel

Mate i dont mean to be impolite, but if you read a bit back, you will see that many of us are now using Feser-and we have all provided feedback as to it's reliability wink.gif

Secondly, if you are using Micks stuff, ie Mayhem's pastel,X1 etc he suggests certain type of tubing to use with his coolants dyes, use the link i've provided below, im sure all your queries/fears will be allayed thumb.gif

Just scroll down and read up on what tubing is suggested for use with Mayhem's pastels:


http://www.overclock.net/t/1286896/mayhems-users-club

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Originally Posted by duhjuh View Post

hey mines not bad so far (of course im running fluid xp uv green through the xspc uv orange tubing so go donly know for sure..but my temps haven't gone up...also im using a kill coil)

Temps are not initially affected by plasticizer problems, firstly it's mostly aesthetic, but as it builds up in the loop over time, it clogs the fins on your blocks and deposits itself in your rads/fittings, then it's a b*tch to remove without certain aftermarket cleaners-please also note, DO NOT USE YOUR RESERVOIR AS A GUIDE-one may have plasticizer problems, whilst having a perfectly clear reservoir wink.gif
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Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead View Post

NEVER!
I'd sooner give you all my computers than my '47.

Damn straight brother! thumb.gif
Edited by kkorky - 10/12/12 at 9:34am
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