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Oh drab.. Where is the reservoir conflicting with the tubing routing? I mean I know at the top, but if you wouldn't mind explaining a little then we(the followers) may be able provide some insights to you. thumb.gif
Are you totally against having an external tubing run(top of case) to overcome some of the internal case congestion? Then again with space at a minimum and the upper rad with a slight offset, this idea of mine probably won't work either.

Other than that, another possibility would be to cut a hole in the midplate so that you can drop the pump/res combo down enough to allow adequate clearance for the tube routing. I'm confident with your modding skills that you'd be able mock up a nifty little bracket for that. wink.gif
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Oh drab.. Where is the reservoir conflicting with the tubing routing? I mean I know at the top, but if you wouldn't mind explaining a little then we(the followers) may be able provide some insights to you. thumb.gif
Are you totally against having an external tubing run(top of case) to overcome some of the internal case congestion? Then again with space at a minimum and the upper rad with a slight offset, this idea of mine probably won't work either.
Other than that, another possibility would be to cut a hole in the midplate so that you can drop the pump/res combo down enough to allow adequate clearance for the tube routing. I'm confident with your modding skills that you'd be able mock up a nifty little bracket for that. wink.gif

I think this might be one of those things better explained with pictures, but here goes. biggrin.gif

There's a tubing run from the top 240 that runs to the rear 120. The bend is made from fittings, as this is the way I'll get the tightest bend and it hits the very top of the reservoir. Tubing runs outside of the main chamber is something i'm trying to avaiod. But yeah if nothing can be figured out I'm probably going to redo the midplate to possibly sit lower or something along those lines depending how much room I need under the midplate for a tubing run I want to make. biggrin.gif


I know I'm not describing myself very clear but I'll post of some pics tomorow or the day after that with all the fittings where thy are going to go with a nifty ms paint flow chart. tongue.gif

In the end I hope a very classy looking setup so you guys can help me out on that. thumb.gif
   
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I think this might be one of those things better explained with pictures, but here goes. biggrin.gif

There's a tubing run from the top 240 that runs to the rear 120. The bend is made from fittings, as this is the way I'll get the tightest bend and it hits the very top of the reservoir. Tubing runs outside of the main chamber is something i'm trying to avaiod. But yeah if nothing can be figured out I'm probably going to redo the midplate to possibly sit lower or something along those lines depending how much room I need under the midplate for a tubing run I want to make. biggrin.gif


I know I'm not describing myself very clear but I'll post of some pics tomorow or the day after that with all the fittings where thy are going to go with a nifty ms paint flow chart. tongue.gif

In the end I hope a very classy looking setup so you guys can help me out on that. thumb.gif

A picture speaks a thousand words. tongue.gif
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A picture speaks a thousand words. tongue.gif

lol hopefully tomorrow can mock some stuff up and take some pictures. biggrin.gif
   
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lol hopefully tomorrow can mock some stuff up and take some pictures. biggrin.gif

Sounds like a plan man. Just don't muck it up! thumb.gif
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Heres a quick reference pictures of some tubing mocked up.

The tube at the far right is coming from the pump to the front rad then into the top rad and into the rear rad.








Now when you go to put the reservoir back in the fitting/tubing run hangs down just enough to block the reservoir from going back into place:





If I remove the base of the reservoir tht mounts to the pump top I get just enough space to make it work. biggrin.gif



The resorvoir top will have a 90 degree rotary being the return, an extension with plug being the fill port and and led plug probably.

I want to try and make all the runs as minimal and hidden as possible so in the end I might just see if I can make a bracket and modify the midplate to countersink the pump/res combo enough to clear everything and give me enough room. biggrin.gif
   
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It's looking really good man thumb.gif
How would you rate working with the acrylic and free-center monsoons vs using standard acrylic fittings?
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It's looking really good man thumb.gif
How would you rate working with the acrylic and free-center monsoons vs using standard acrylic fittings?

I'd like to know this↑ also because I may try them out in the future. Btw that is a very tight fit with the res and pump. It sounds like the countersink midplate method is your best bet to keep everything situated nicely.
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It's looking really good man thumb.gif
How would you rate working with the acrylic and free-center monsoons vs using standard acrylic fittings?

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I'd like to know this↑ also because I may try them out in the future. Btw that is a very tight fit with the res and pump. It sounds like the countersink midplate method is your best bet to keep everything situated nicely.

Thanks guys. thumb.gif

As far as the monsoon fittings go, let me just say I have never worked with the push in rubber o-ring type myself. For the Monsoon fittings I really like the fact I don't have to twist fittings at an angle to slide the tube in tighter spaces. You basically measure/bend the tube to fit in between the two threaded fittings and since the locking collar is on the tube itself you just slide the collars onto either end and tighten. I personally like this.

The down parts are that I can tell right away this will be less forgiving when it comes to making sure the tube mates perfectly to the fitting. Meaning for that first 1/2" or so where the end of the acrylic tube meets the fitting mating surface (rubber seal) and is tightened by the lock collar it needs to be as close to 90 degrees as possible. I don't see it being as forgiving as push in o-ring types where they can take that slight variance. The other would be in very short runs that don't have enough space to back off the locking collars to place the tube.smile.gif
   
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Thanks guys. thumb.gif

As far as the monsoon fittings go, let me just say I have never worked with the push in rubber o-ring type myself. For the Monsoon fittings I really like the fact I don't have to twist fittings at an angle to slide the tube in tighter spaces. You basically measure/bend the tube to fit in between the two threaded fittings and since the locking collar is on the tube itself you just slide the collars onto either end and tighten. I personally like this.

The down parts are that I can tell right away this will be less forgiving when it comes to making sure the tube mates perfectly to the fitting. Meaning for that first 1/2" or so where the end of the acrylic tube meets the fitting mating surface (rubber seal) and is tightened by the lock collar it needs to be as close to 90 degrees as possible. I don't see it being as forgiving as push in o-ring types where they can take that slight variance. The other would be in very short runs that don't have enough space to back off the locking collars to place the tube.smile.gif

Cool, thanks for the little review, it's nice to get the pros & cons straight from "one of us" thumb.gif
I've watched Gene's videos from boxgods which appeared to be a great alternative.
I love the looks of monsoon fittings, and own many of their flex tubing fittings myself. I had considered converting them by purchasing the acrylic bases.
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