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post #31 of 42
Here are pictures of my EK RES-X3, you can see how much better the separation is between the inlet and outlet! EK also includes stop fittings and two extenders for the bottom of the RES-X3!






Edited by Systemlord - 10/25/12 at 2:56pm
post #32 of 42
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Thats really nice, if the price is right I may pick one up to replace my x2.
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post #33 of 42
Can I use the top of the res as input and one at the bottom as out port?
post #34 of 42
There's no tube so water might splash. I recommend purchasing so-called Multiport TOP. This was you can use the top as an inlet or outlet as well:

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-res-x3-top-v2-multiport.html
    
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post #35 of 42
Thanks thumb.gif thats what I was looking for
post #36 of 42
Anyone try to light up one of these reservoir? Thinking to LED plugs in the bottom but I don't see any pics of it online. Anyone got any?
post #37 of 42
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Originally Posted by Fahrenheit85 View Post

Anyone try to light up one of these reservoir? Thinking to LED plugs in the bottom but I don't see any pics of it online. Anyone got any?

Some guy did a build with one, I won't be able to find you the link. It looked awesome.
post #38 of 42
Man i've been poking around in the build logs for like 2 days now without finding a single one lol
post #39 of 42
Maybe if you search through my posts, you can find one of my posts asking the guy how he got his reservoir to look like that. or something along those lines.

I'm too lazy and it's not for my benefit tongue.gif
post #40 of 42
So i got 2 of these resevoirs, I'm wondering do i neet a multi port top? I know the bottom as like what 5 or 6 ports on the bottom? Can any of those be used as an inlet? IF so which? And how would you fill it up if you cannot fit a tube in the top?
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