Please Refer to page 238 for Aurora specific problems or the wiki.
Making claim that the 60nm sized particles in Aurora can block canals that are 0.3mm thick in blocks is absurd and stating something like that without photos or proof to assist others does not do this thread, Mick (Mayhems) or his products any good.
Stating that it affects pumps; sorry have not seen that yet in the time I have been using the fluid. You must be referring to the un-recommended drive-bay res and pump combos that are listed as fail on the wiki and not to be used with the fluid.
Aurora falls into suppression if you do not plan your loop right or buy non recommended parts. It can build up if you restrict flow or build loops that are so complex that you need a street map. It fails if your flow rate is piss poor, it destroys systems if you put a filter in the loop.
MainStageNews, I can tell you that tubing is the least of your issues when using Aurora, please read Mayhems wiki carefully and page 238 I think it is where I have given up date ideas on this fluid.
Basically you need to decide one thing here, are you prepared to put in the high end spanner time for the looks of fluid
Are you prepared to mod a case to get it to work for a long time (if needed), Are you prepared to redesign your loop if you have issues, if YES enjoy your tinkering and results. It is a high maintenance fluid with high maintenance needs.
There are plenty of people here that can help you out along the way if you decide to go ahead with the use of the fluid
Best of luckEdited by YeAz - 7/2/13 at 6:08pm