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Has anyone made the Pastel Orange UV? I'm going for a white/orange color scheme for my Prodigy and the Pastel looks great I'm just not sure how it would turn out with UV dye added. Also, is there a prefered brand of white tubing to use? I see lots of "avoid this brand" and "use this brand" but it's all pointing to clear tube. I'm not sure if this same advice applies to white tubing. Sorry I'm a water n00b.
post #652 of 15457
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Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post

Be careful when seeing how much you need. Only X1 is 250ml for 2 liters. Pastel is 250ml for 1 liter.
I use Pastel in several of my builds and I buy 2-3 bottles when I get a new color. Never hurts to have it around.

Between you and NYK that pretty much covers question two, looks like I'll likely get 2 bottles of whichever concentrate I choose! Thanks guys! thumb.gif +REP

I guess that just really leaves question one! Any thoughts on what would be the best method of achieving a good Pastel Blood Red coolant? If I go with Pastel Light Red do you think I'll still need some X1 to make it more receptive to color change or do you think I could get on without it and just some Deep Blue and Red dye? Or would it simply be better to go with the setup outlined in the video (Ice White, X1, Deep Blue, Red)?
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Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post

Be careful when seeing how much you need. Only X1 is 250ml for 2 liters. Pastel is 250ml for 1 liter.
I use Pastel in several of my builds and I buy 2-3 bottles when I get a new color. Never hurts to have it around.

Thanks for the correction i didn't know the Pastel was different!
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Be careful when seeing how much you need. Only X1 is 250ml for 2 liters. Pastel is 250ml for 1 liter.
I use Pastel in several of my builds and I buy 2-3 bottles when I get a new color. Never hurts to have it around.

Between you and NYK that pretty much covers question two, looks like I'll likely get 2 bottles of whichever concentrate I choose! Thanks guys! thumb.gif +REP

I guess that just really leaves question one! Any thoughts on what would be the best method of achieving a good Pastel Blood Red coolant? If I go with Pastel Light Red do you think I'll still need some X1 to make it more receptive to color change or do you think I could get on without it and just some Deep Blue and Red dye? Or would it simply be better to go with the setup outlined in the video (Ice White, X1, Deep Blue, Red)?

Mine is pretty blood red. I'll take a picture tonight. The only problem with the Pastel line is that when you put white lights on it, it looks 50 shades lighter. (haha at <---)

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Originally Posted by Fuganater View Post

Be careful when seeing how much you need. Only X1 is 250ml for 2 liters. Pastel is 250ml for 1 liter.
I use Pastel in several of my builds and I buy 2-3 bottles when I get a new color. Never hurts to have it around.

Thanks for the correction i didn't know the Pastel was different!

NP. Arura is the same as Pastel.
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post #655 of 15457
How much do you add to get it blood red? Looks awesome. Might try it on my build.
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Guys jump to the front of this Thread, go to the bottom of first post and lean from videos how to make blood red.
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Guys jump to the front of this Thread, go to the bottom of first post and lean from videos how to make blood red.

I've seen the vid, I guess I was just curious if there was an alternate method by starting with light red and moving to the blood red in hopes of saving a bit of money by skipping the need for X1. As it's only use according to the video seems to be to make the Ice White more receptive to color change. Is starting at Light Red a good money saving alternative or will it result in sub par colors?
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You can start with light red how ever the results will vary
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So I have a few questions on the mayhems. I've been looking at the Aurora Nebula Blue since I've gone with a blue theme and it's got me a little concerned if it would even work in my system. I have a few questions if Mayhem can answer or someone that is familiar with this concentrate.

I have the Ek Pump/Res combo


and I read that it doesn't do well with the pump/res combo but I also have a bitspower res that will be my main res because I didn't want to remove the res off the pump. The combo pump and res will not be seen but the bitspower res will be. Would this work?
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When will the new Pastel Red be in stores?
 
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