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If I do it outside of the case, do I still need the extra tubing and barb combo on the fill port? During the refilling part, is it recommended to use a funnel?


depends on how accurate you are in pouring into a g1/4 sized hole

funnel: if you can go for it, its not required though, it just simplifies the process a bit.
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depends on how accurate you are in pouring into a g1/4 sized hole

funnel: if you can go for it, its not required though, it just simplifies the process a bit.

Ok. How does a tube+barb combo help in refilling it anyway? I mean the tube is still small for one to pour in the liquid right?
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Ok. How does a tube+barb combo help in refilling it anyway? I mean the tube is still small for one to pour in the liquid right?


its going to take a bit to fill that up and take all the bubbles out. That will help out at the beginning but you need something like a Syringe to top it off. If it out the case better because you are going to need to turn on and off to get those bubbles out.. I had to redo mine yesterday..

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its going to take a bit to fill that up and take all the bubbles out. That will help out at the beginning but you need something like a Syringe to top it off. If it out the case better because you are going to need to turn on and off to get those bubbles out.. I had to redo mine yesterday..


Are you saying that the barb+tubing in the fill port will act like sort of a funnel and that you need a syringe to pour the liquid into the tube opening?
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Are you saying that the barb+tubing in the fill port will act like sort of a funnel and that you need a syringe to pour the liquid into the tube opening?

while you are pouring the coolant you will need to turn on and off the pump till you see through the window that it is full with the barb+tubing . Then you take out the barb+tubing and use the syringe to pour the coolant little by little till it is topped off. it helps with out pouring water all over the place...
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while you are pouring the coolant you will need to turn on and off the pump till you see through the window that it is full with the barb+tubing . Then you take out the barb+tubing and use the syringe to pour the coolant little by little till it is topped off. it helps with out pouring water all over the place...

Oh ok, I think I understand that part. What I'm not sure about is how do you pour coolant into the barb+tubing? Do you pour directly to the tubing or what?
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Oh ok, I think I understand that part. What I'm not sure about is how do you pour coolant into the barb+tubing? Do you pour directly to the tubing or what?

That is where a funnel comes in handy.. If you can get a funnel that fits in the fill hole you be ok.. Just look in the window till you see the coolant filling to the top. turn pump on and off.
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That is where a funnel comes in handy.. If you can get a funnel that fits in the fill hole you be ok.. Just look in the window till you see the coolant filling to the top. turn pump on and off.

Oh ok. So basically the barb+tubing is just used to make it more easy than just pouring directly over the fill port, correct?

Do I stop filling when the liquid reaches the "max" level in the window? And when I remove the barb+tubing from the fill port, won't the liquid overflow?
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Oh ok. So basically the barb+tubing is just used to make it more easy than just pouring directly over the fill port, correct?

Do I stop filling when the liquid reaches the "max" level in the window? And when I remove the barb+tubing from the fill port, won't the liquid overflow?

Me personally don't use the tube because after a bit while filling it creates a air pocket when the rad is filling up..and makes it hard to fill. just when you are close to filling it up take it out and use a funnel..
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Me personally don't use the tube because after a bit while filling it creates a air pocket when the rad is filling up..and makes it hard to fill. just when you are close to filling it up take it out and use a funnel..

Ok. If the liquid level is already at "max" level in the window, will that overflow already in the fill port?
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