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Thanks buddy biggrin.gif
One more question though I thought monsoons WAS acrylic.. Was I incorrect? I wanted monsoon hardline :|
And if I get a piece to test with I want to get the right diameter Ill use in my build. So Im still unsure of which size to use. Id prefer as big as possible.
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They have both iirc. PPCs just carries PETG now as far as I know but I could be wrong. Last time I looked it was all PETG though. smile.gif

Still, you will want to make sure to have the correct version of tubing before submitting an order. thumb.gif

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ASUS DRW-24B1ST  Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Swiftech 6950/6870 GPU Heatsink Monsoon 1/2"x5/8" PETG White Hardline tubing. 
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Thanks for the updates! These reservoirs are the last pieces I am waiting on to complete my build.

Question, I have a dual bay reservoir with D5 pump cap which I am planning to extend using the tubes that come with the modular system. Will I be able to reuse the same D5 pump cap from the bay reservoir or do need to get new ones?

I have another question regarding Monsoon Hardline fittings though if that's ok. This would be my first build with hardline tubing and I bought some Monsoon PETG tubing with hardline compression fittings that need the lock collar to be glued on to the tube. I was wondering if it possible to buy some spare lock collars for 1/2x5/8 tubing somewhere in case I mess up some cuts or bends? I cant find these in stock on PPCS website.
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Thanks for the updates! These reservoirs are the last pieces I am waiting on to complete my build.

Question, I have a dual bay reservoir with D5 pump cap which I am planning to extend using the tubes that come with the modular system. Will I be able to reuse the same D5 pump cap from the bay reservoir or do need to get new ones?

I have another question regarding Monsoon Hardline fittings though if that's ok. This would be my first build with hardline tubing and I bought some Monsoon PETG tubing with hardline compression fittings that need the lock collar to be glued on to the tube. I was wondering if it possible to buy some spare lock collars for 1/2x5/8 tubing somewhere in case I mess up some cuts or bends? I cant find these in stock on PPCS website.

If I understand the first question you already own an M2 D5P reservoir and you want to convert it so that you can add a tube reservoir to the back of it, and you want to mount a D5 to the end of that tube reservoir.

1. You will need to swap the back plate with part # M2-BACK-TUBE.
2. Select the length and color of tube you want.
3. Get the same length of tension rods--if you choose a 150mm long reservoir tube you would get 150mm tension rods as an example--in whatever color you want.
4. To attach your D5 to the reservoir tube you will need part # MMRS-TRP

The machined aluminum motor mounting tube and machined aluminum motor mounting tube cover you already have will work so no need to get those. I will have a how to video that covers converting your current M2 reservoir over up shortly--pretty straight forward though.

Any re-seller that sells our Hard Line Tube is required to also carry replacement lock collars. Some of them have not bothered to change their product write up and still list Acrylic lock collars even though we made the switch to poly carbonate collars something like 8 months ago.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/monsoon-hardline-spare-acrylic-lock-collar-6-pack-5-8-od-16mm.html
Edited by BoxGods - 9/27/15 at 11:21am
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Thanks buddy biggrin.gif
One more question though I thought monsoons WAS acrylic.. Was I incorrect? I wanted monsoon hardline :|
And if I get a piece to test with I want to get the right diameter Ill use in my build. So Im still unsure of which size to use. Id prefer as big as possible.

We sell both types--Acrylic and PETG. If I had my way I would also discontinue the acrylic as it simply requires more skill to use correctly--and if you don't do things correctly it is very unforgiving. The problem is that for more experienced builders it is more versatile. If this is your first build or you do not plan on doing anything beyond basic tube runs I always recommend PETG. If your using our Hard Line fittings the poly carbonate lock collars work with both types of tube. They even work with bent copper lines as the UV cure adhesive is pretty amazing.
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If I understand the first question you already own an M2 D5P reservoir and you want to convert it so that you can add a tube reservoir to the back of it, and you want to mount a D5 to the end of that tube reservoir.

1. You will need to swap the back plate with part # M2-BACK-TUBE.
2. Select the length and color of tube you want.
3. Get the same length of tension rods--if you choose a 150mm long reservoir tube you would get 150mm tension rods as an example--in whatever color you want.
4. To attach your D5 to the reservoir tube you will need part # MMRS-TRP

The machined aluminum motor mounting tube and machined aluminum motor mounting tube cover you already have will work so no need to get those. I will have a how to video that covers converting your current M2 reservoir over up shortly--pretty straight forward though.

Any re-seller that sells our Hard Line Tube is required to also carry replacement lock collars. Some of them have not bothered to change their product write up and still list Acrylic lock collars even though we made the switch to poly carbonate collars something like 8 months ago.

http://www.performance-pcs.com/monsoon-hardline-spare-acrylic-lock-collar-6-pack-5-8-od-16mm.html

Thanks for confirming!

Regarding the lock collars, I did see that listing but it has been out of stock for a while and thats why I asked if there is somewhere else to buy some spare ones.

Also, I ordered two six packs of hardline compression fittings from PPCS and wondering how do I figure out if the lock collars I got with the fittings are acrylic or polycarbonate?
post #128 of 4504
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Thanks for confirming!

Regarding the lock collars, I did see that listing but it has been out of stock for a while and thats why I asked if there is somewhere else to buy some spare ones.

Also, I ordered two six packs of hardline compression fittings from PPCS and wondering how do I figure out if the lock collars I got with the fittings are acrylic or polycarbonate?

I admit I didn't look to see the quantity--my bad. Off the top of my head I think they have an order shipping in the next week or so--figure 10 days with transit time.

Any product that uses lock collars--fittings, conversion kits, spare collars, etc.--will have a stamp inside one of the box flaps that says "POLY" or "PC" depending on the space available.
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Originally Posted by BoxGods View Post

I admit I didn't look to see the quantity--my bad. Off the top of my head I think they have an order shipping in the next week or so--figure 10 days with transit time.

Any product that uses lock collars--fittings, conversion kits, spare collars, etc.--will have a stamp inside one of the box flaps that says "POLY" or "PC" depending on the space available.

Thanks again for the info. Will check PPCS.

I do see a PC stamp on both boxes so seems like I have polycarbonate collars.
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I know this will seem weird--and certainly don't do it if you don't have spare collars--but the "step on it vigorously" test will also work if you're just not sure and want to be. Put one on the floor and pretty much stomp on it. If it shatters into lots of little pieces it was acrylic. If it "mushes" or deforms but remains mostly hole...it was Poly carbonate. Again do NOT do this test unless you have spares as either way it will ruin the test subject.
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