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I found my answer, just needed to actually read the entire brochure. See the top paragraph of page 4:
http://www.lainginc.com/pdf/LTI%20D5...-%206pages.pdf

The 4 curve is the fixed performance of the D5basic.

Setting 4 of the 810 model SHOULD be getting around 11' of max head, so that's about right.

Now I just need to find that resistor and figure out what I need to do to create a setting 6
.......Hey if all else fails you can just over-volt the pump itself...
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Yeah, that should work too, I just don't want to buy another PSU just for my pumps especially when 24V doesn't help all that much looking at Laings graphs they show it with a red line.

Anyhow I looked over both pump internals carefully, all I can see is the missing pot and some resistors on the basic in one spot, but I'm not sure I want to mess with the circuit on the basic.

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I'm just going to run my basic on my GPU loop now, the MCW60 and MCW30 are extremely free flowing. The fuzion does pretty good without a nozzle, but once you add in a nozzle it goes down hill pretty fast, so it's more important to me to run the better pump on my CPU loop.
    
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Yeah I would hate to see you mess with it to, its not worth trashing a pump just to figure it out...Besides if it there is a way the electronic's guys will have it figured out soon enough and have tutorials on the net...


Yeah when you over-volt its just more heat dump to....I played around over-volting mine and it was such a small temp drop I got from it wasn't worth lowering the life-span of my pumps for...
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Yeah, I'll wait for some electronic guys to figure this one out.

I also played around with a slightly different inlet nozzle that did bring my max head on the variable model up to 168" or 14.0', but it followed the stock laing pump graph and my modded inlet was better again from 1.3gpm and on. Hopefully Petras will design a whole new top, something more like the ddc petra top would probably have good head and flow rate. That or a different impeller.

I think I had enough messing with pumps fora while...
    
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Yeah its fun at first then it turns into work...I still don't have my shrouds back on my rad.....I have these 4 little Yate Loons setting here to try on it to...Maybe this week I'll get around to doing it...
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