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post #381 of 4492
Just wanted to share a picture a builder named Henry sent along that shows how people find different ways to use things. The builder is Henry and he has mad photography skills. In the interests of full disclosure he is also having a hard time with a vortex in the short 100mm length. Hopefully adding the Trident part will get that sorted out.

It took me a minute to even realize what he had done that was different...he used the low profile 12mm Grasshopper mounts, but then also added the 25mm mounts but used them to down light the reservoir. Just looks cool to me...like some sort of fusion engine.


Edited by BoxGods - 10/29/15 at 12:59pm
post #382 of 4492
Getting some love from the community courtesy of ppcs and their friends...


http://www.modders-inc.com/put-together-new-mmrs-res-monsoon/
post #383 of 4492
I think just went up too ...

As I said above, the S8 with 2 x drop-in 120.3 rads. You could pull it back to 120.2. It is a pity that there isn't a 120.2 & 120.3 drop in rad option with the S8.
post #384 of 4492
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Originally Posted by xerythul View Post

Getting some love from the community courtesy of ppcs and their friends...


http://www.modders-inc.com/put-together-new-mmrs-res-monsoon/

Yeah...watching Nick try to put an extra O ring on the back of the pump was kind of funny lol. I was like WTH is he doing? I am pretty stoked about his Spy vs Spy build as I loved the original cartoons back in the day. Would be cool to do a Pink Panther build to go along with it.

Not sure if this will work but here is a link to all the videos I have gotten done so far on one youtube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChL1NI3fGMdBK8oV9M9cc3Q

I still have MMRS #5 FILL and Drain Ports and MMRS #6 M2 Reservoir Back to do but there should be enough there (if the link works) to get everyone going. I am going to play hooky part of this weekend for some CIV on my new rig with some ultra wide screen action...but I will try to get to at least one of the videos also. Really I will =)
post #385 of 4492
Sub'd to the youtube channel! CIV as in Civilization IV ... that game that is a decade old? I have about 10 pbem games going at the moment ... the only game I play.
post #386 of 4492
Wondering if anybody else is having some trouble installing a D5 pump using the motor tubes. For some reason I am unable tighten it enough. The motor tube goes in fine into the D5 end-cap when there is no pump in there. But once I put a pump in there, it gets slightly tight after rotating to a certain point but then any more rotation causes it to suddenly come off loose.

I am trying to extend two of the M2 bay reservoirs with tube reservoirs and D5 pumps at the other end. I already had a black motor tube from my bay reservoirs so I just ordered one with my reservoir parts. While assembling, only one of the motor had this problem. I wasn't sure if it was the old one or the new one since they both got mixed up one and I couldn't tell which one was old. So ordered another one from PPCs which arrived today and i am having same problem with the new one . I have another blue one which is old and doesn't have this problem.
post #387 of 4492
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Originally Posted by eucalyptus View Post

I would say it's impossible to bend the rods without damage or scratches! They are extremely delicate, very easy to get scratches or marks.


I would do as Gene said, try bending and with good result you get acrylic rods from him.


I am just impressed by the thought of doing a bent res. Who would even think of that xD

What's the reason btw?

Cus it sounds like a cool idea. No real reason, definitely not for functionality.

Change what I'm currently rolling with, this:
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

To something more like this (Yeah, I know, my MS Paint skills are a little shoddy):
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Spent last fall and winter building the desk itself and it was a blast doing it. I'm happy with it but always looking for way to change or improve it.

Tried originally to actually make the entire top of the desk a huge reservoir, but was never able to pull it off.

TL;DR - I like wasting money on frivolous stuff that has no real purpose to waste my spare time.

edit: And yea, definitely going to default to what Gene has to say. Not nearly so daft as to think I know better than him thumb.gif




edit #2: Anyone kind enough to get me the inner diameter on the reservoir?
Edited by DNMock - 10/29/15 at 9:27pm
post #388 of 4492
What is the outside diameter of the MMRS?

If I were to do an end cap, fill/drain port base and fill/drain port cap with 100mm of tube. How long would it be?
Or, an end cap, a coupler, fill/drain port base and fill/drain port cap with two 50mm of tube. How long would it be?

Thanks
post #389 of 4492
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Originally Posted by ruffhi View Post

Sub'd to the youtube channel! CIV as in Civilization IV ... that game that is a decade old? I have about 10 pbem games going at the moment ... the only game I play.

Old guy...old game with old friends =)
post #390 of 4492
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Originally Posted by zerone View Post

Wondering if anybody else is having some trouble installing a D5 pump using the motor tubes. For some reason I am unable tighten it enough. The motor tube goes in fine into the D5 end-cap when there is no pump in there. But once I put a pump in there, it gets slightly tight after rotating to a certain point but then any more rotation causes it to suddenly come off loose.

I am trying to extend two of the M2 bay reservoirs with tube reservoirs and D5 pumps at the other end. I already had a black motor tube from my bay reservoirs so I just ordered one with my reservoir parts. While assembling, only one of the motor had this problem. I wasn't sure if it was the old one or the new one since they both got mixed up one and I couldn't tell which one was old. So ordered another one from PPCs which arrived today and i am having same problem with the new one . I have another blue one which is old and doesn't have this problem.

Hmm...a lot of info there =)

So you have two molded D5 TRP parts, two black motor mounting tubes, and one blue motor mounting tube tube. One of the TRP parts works fine with all three motor mounting tubes. The other TRP part works with the blue mounting tube but not with either black one?

I have posted links to the installation video farther back in this thread that show how I back the mounting tube out a few revolutions till it "clicks" to make sure it is not cross threaded. If the mounting tube is cross threaded it can pop the threads once it starts to load up from compressing the pump into the O ring. Give that video a watch and try that.

Sorry for not posting the link but I got an email saying I need to stop posting those Youtube video links in here as that is selling and is verboten. ph34r2.gif

If that doesn't get you sorted out let me know and we can figure out what the issue is no worries =)
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