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These looks awesome !
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post #402 of 4504
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Originally Posted by BoxGods View Post

I had figured you were good with the motor mounting tubes because you have had the M2 bay reservoirs...the odd thing is from your description I can't figure out which part is "bad" as every part seems to work with at least SOME other part combination...trying to use a process of elimination.

Yea, I am kinda confused too that's why I bought a spare TRP end-cap in case it was faulty.

If it helps, did some more testing today morning on the two black tubes that aren't working. I took the two old back-plates that came off from the bay reservoirs and I was able to mount a pump on the both back-plates without any issues. But the same D5 tubes don't work when I try to mount the pump on the spare TRP end-cap that I have.
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Originally Posted by zerone View Post

Yea, I am kinda confused too that's why I bought a spare TRP end-cap in case it was faulty.

If it helps, did some more testing today morning on the two black tubes that aren't working. I took the two old back-plates that came off from the bay reservoirs and I was able to mount a pump on the both back-plates without any issues. But the same D5 tubes don't work when I try to mount the pump on the spare TRP end-cap that I have.

Does the old blue motor mounting tube that works on the TRP parts also work on the old M2 back plates?
post #404 of 4504
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Originally Posted by BoxGods View Post

Does the old blue motor mounting tube that works on the TRP parts also work on the old M2 back plates?

Yea, it should be. Didn't try it today since its installed on one of the reservoirs but I was using it with the bay reservoirs until last week when I took everything apart.
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ERMGD! Look what my mailman brought me tonight!

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Originally Posted by Mystriss View Post

ERMGD! Look what my mailman brought me tonight!


In case you missed the post earlier in this thread, somehow those were assembled without the 6 screws on the front. The screws are for aesthetics only so the pump is perfectly usable but I need to send you the screws. If you can email me your shipping address I will get them out to you ASAP.

Sorry for the inconvenience.
post #407 of 4504
Think I could get a set of those screws from you in white, Gene?
post #408 of 4504
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Originally Posted by xerythul View Post

Think I could get a set of those screws from you in white, Gene?

Yup. Just email me your shipping info. (make sure to mention you need the white ones as I will forget).

Sorry again for the mix up guys...I know it is not an acceptable reason but the sheer number of part numbers and products for this launch was pretty daunting.
post #409 of 4504
Whelp, no dice finding a silicone hose to use to hold the form mad.gif

Forced to summon my inner McGuyver:
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Looks like there won't be any bending til next weekend while I wait for this baby to cure
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Originally Posted by DNMock View Post

Whelp, no dice finding a silicone hose to use to hold the form mad.gif

Forced to summon my inner McGuyver:

I will be a bit surprised if it does cure by then...some other possible options:

http://www.carbuildersolutions.com/en/ultra-flexible-fuel-filler-hose-51mm-2

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Flexible-Fuel-Oil-57mm-2-25-2-1-4-Cell-Tank-Filler-Hose-Per-Inch-/141800146628
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