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Originally Posted by Firehawk View Post

Well if you're order from PPCs then use this coupon code at checkout: SCHOOL13-8
It'll save you 8%, but it expires on Aug 16.

To be fair, the higher priced one you linked has compression fittings, vs barbs in the cheaper kit. If you want the compressions for peace of mind or looks, it'll cost you.

In any case, either will work fine. The common belief here is that the D5 is the more reliable pump, and in addition, you'll have more headroom with it to expand your loop later. Whether that's something you're interested in is something to keep in mind too.

And if you're sticking to a budget, don't forget shipping costs.

Hm... that's weird, last time I checked that one doesnt' have compression fittings.
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