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For the curious, or anyone that finds this thread later...PPCS has created a seperate Category exclusively for Monsoon MMRS reservoir parts. It can be found at the following link, with search filtering categories on the left.


http://www.performance-pcs.com/monsoon-modular-reservoir-system-parts
post #283 of 4492
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@BoxGods, what do you think is the best possible way to mount a reservoir configuration like this vertically? I am using a caselabs mercury s8 and will like to mount this near the front window. Thanks

It depends on your case, the location, etc. My first choice would be the Fill Port as a mount...allows you to put the reservoir almost anywhere you want...and adds a fill port which is super useful...

I am going to add an upright mount for those who prefer them ...not my first choice personally but everyone likes what they like =)

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if anyone has input...now would be better than later =)

This is exactly what I was talking about in my earlier post about a "stand", nice I like it! Except for the arrow head shaped base, can it be square? I know your concerned with stability but that base might make it hard to mount in tight spots.
 
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post #284 of 4492
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Thank you yes that's close but would look so much better with just the dual. It also adds unnecessary hieght when running a 250 res tube likely making adjusting the Vario pump difficult even in my Case Labs SMA8 which is huge.

Im curious why its not offered as a standard option with just the dual at the base? Is there some reason they skipped the one part so many need with a pump / res combo?

Perhaps you can mention to them - perhaps would be easy to add the part in near future.

The design otherwise is incredibly well thought out and really nice.
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Thank you yes that's close but would look so much better with just the dual. It also adds unnecessary hieght when running a 250 res tube likely making adjusting the Vario pump difficult even in my Case Labs SMA8 which is huge.

Im curious why its not offered as a standard option with just the dual at the base? Is there some reason they skipped the one part so many need with a pump / res combo?

Perhaps you can mention to them - perhaps would be easy to add the part in near future.

The design otherwise is incredibly well thought out and really nice.

They is me...and actually the "blender pumps" barley sell at all compared to the other types...I will see about adding it down the road though.
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This is exactly what I was talking about in my earlier post about a "stand", nice I like it! Except for the arrow head shaped base, can it be square? I know your concerned with stability but that base might make it hard to mount in tight spots.

The base has the same or smaller footprint as the pump itself...so if the pump fits the base will also.
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I hate to be the one to state the obvious but you could always do a little warranty voiding and cut it yourself if it performs the function but isn't shaped correctly. I do it all the time.

Square peg? Round hole? Dremel!!!
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They is me...and actually the "blender pumps" barley sell at all compared to the other types...I will see about adding it down the road though.

Thank you really appreciate you considering to add it for us!! At least folks like myself will have that option available to them in the future biggrin.gif

Even with that said I purchased 2 complete Monsoon res setups today from PPCS with the hope I can switch to the other cap later.
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Hey gene, QQ, I did not see anywhere on PPCS the stand-alone D5 top that _isn't_ for mounting a res directly to the face of it. I see them in the kits with the pump covers and stands, but not by themselves. Is this a mistake or working as intended?

As a point of reference, I mean this kit ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/monsoon-mmrs-d5-stand-alone-pump-matte-black.html ) and specifically the pump top/face is what I'm referring to.
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Hey gene, QQ, I did not see anywhere on PPCS the stand-alone D5 top that _isn't_ for mounting a res directly to the face of it. I see them in the kits with the pump covers and stands, but not by themselves. Is this a mistake or working as intended?

As a point of reference, I mean this kit ( http://www.performance-pcs.com/monsoon-mmrs-d5-stand-alone-pump-matte-black.html ) and specifically the pump top/face is what I'm referring to.

I have a REALLY bad memory...but IIR my reasoning was two fold--first to keep the resellers from having a stroke over so many SKU's, and also to keep the costs down on the stand alone pump. Did I miss a scenario where a person would want just the stand alone molded part?
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Here is a pretty close approximation of what the upright mount would look like side by side with the low profile mount. The base plate would be 3mm stainless steel sheet with matte black powder coating so it is not so obviously visible when mounted. It would include both the load spreader bars for the mounting side of the case panel and the screws and aluminum parts would be available in all 10 Monsoon color finishes.

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