Okay, so sad news, I got off the phone with thermaltake and they were telling me how the reason why corsair units leak is because they are completely full with liquid, so if the temps so up, the liquid expands and pops seals. SO thermaltake does not completely fill their units for that reason, so the tubes coming off the radiator have to be oriented down, which mine could not do with 2 fans, so I had the tubes oriented on the top of the radiator, which makes a pretty noticeable grinding noise. So, I had to flip the radiator and take a fan off to fit it in the sugo sg05. My temps at 4ghz 1.168 went up maybe 3c on prime95. It disappointed me a little, but I guess isn't the end of the world. Also, if I put the fan to 50% which is almost inaudable the temps dont seem to change. I guess I will stress test for the rest of the night and see if it goes up much more. But if you have a sugo sg05 and want the thermaltake water 2.0 performer to work, you can only use 1 fan.
p.s Thermaltake phone support is pretty amazing, I was expecting something like a dell office in india or something, but it was a younger american guy that you could tell really had an interest in computers. He was like what case do you have it in? I said silverstone sugo sg05 and he was like "Ah! so I assume you took the drive cage out? And when he asked ram I said gskill value series and right away he knew it was lower profile without a heat spreader and when I said I had a 3570k he told me I should have no problem with my 4ghz and only using one fan. I was pleasantly surprised with the whole outcome.
My pump is only slightly making a noise anymore, he said it should take 2 hours for it to settle and it has been around 2 hours. So it should be dead silent in the next hour or so