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D5 pump top question

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I'm looking at the Bitspower MCP655 Pump Mod Top V2 which has multiple inlets and outlets.

What I would like to do is use 2 inlets. One for a fill port, and the other for the loop. I can't find any online manual for this top, and if this is possible, it would be a perfect solution to my pump/res problem.

Thanks in advance for replies.

Paul
post #2 of 3
I'm not quite sure that it is possible to do that.
You mention you have a pump/res problem - what is the actual problem?

Why not get the top, and then the upgrade kit which attaches to the top - that way you can fill from the top of the res?

Bitspower are a little relaxed when it comes to manuals, most of their instructions are actually printed on the boxes that their products come in.

However, I pulled this so you can get a better idea of how the pump tops work.




I believe you can only use one of either inlet/outlet at the time. I may be wrong though.
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Well, looking at the exploded diagram that you posted, it looks like they are using one of the other inlets.
This is just a fancier way of doing what I hope to do. (I think)

My plan is to just have a fillport in the top of my case and into the single inlet (on the bottom of the color picture of the pump top)
Basically a fancy T-line without a cheap plastic fitting is what I'm looking for.

I guess all I can do is try it at this point.

Right ?


Thanks for the quick reply.

Paul
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