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Has anyone ever mixed Hardline and regular tubing in a loop? ANy issues that could arise?

It has been done many times - You see it a lot usually in the hidden sections of builds where it can become awkward/difficult to route hardline.

Only issue is if you use tubing that can leech platiciser otherwise its fine to mix & match....
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Has anyone ever mixed Hardline and regular tubing in a loop? ANy issues that could arise?
I used soft tubing in my back bay. I didn't want to run bends for something only ill see every once and awhile
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So, moving right along (at a snails pace - during January - in the arctic circle - climbing an icy 90° hill)

I managed to accomplish this



Just a bit more work with it and that part will finally be ready. I am pretty happy with the results. thumb.gif

Lowfat gave me a tip and while implementing it, this brainstorm hit me. The only thing I had to buy was the brush, $1.97.



Of course, the essential piece of this operation is rather obvious being the Chewy.com highly advanced cutting edge technology NASA approved table protector! biggrin.giftongue.gif

That looks amazing! Great job!
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Love this picture. Great photography skills!
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Anyone else using a d5 vario whats your preferred speed? I have it set a 3 right now and im happy with my temps just wondering what other owners have it set to.
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I have both of mine at #5 and you can barely hear them from the outside with the fans at their lowest setting. You will occasionally hear a few air pockets surging through the pumps as they make their way out.



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Isn't it amazing how you get all that in that case.thumb.gif
I know right. Great case to work with.
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Anyone else using a d5 vario whats your preferred speed? I have it set a 3 right now and im happy with my temps just wondering what other owners have it set to.

This question is skimping on important details, therefore any responses are perhaps going to be somewhat meaningless rolleyes.gif
or worse, potentially misleading to newcomers looking for similar information redface.gif

To get meaningful answers we need to know what components and how many are in the loop.
To what extreme are they overclocked ?
series or parallel, any overly restrictive components.
do you have temp sensors, flow meters, what are their readings.

You'll never get slammed for providing too much info and will increase the chances of getting better information in the replies wink.gif
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Anyone else using a d5 vario whats your preferred speed? I have it set a 3 right now and im happy with my temps just wondering what other owners have it set to.

I have three blocks and two rads on a single D5, running speed 5 and cant hear it with all the fans running < 1000rpms. Benchmark the temp difference, see if the difference in sound signature is noticeable/annoying in its permanent location, and make a decision based on your own findings. If you get a couple C's benefit, and cant hear a difference, crank it up. If you get no thermal advantage, and it vibrates your chassis in such a way that you think someone is knocking at the door, then leave it low. There wouldn't be a speed 5 if it couldn't do it safely if that is what your concern is.
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You mind telling where you got the brushes for the drill and or what they our called (part number wise)

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Those are for cleaning gun barrels, looks to be for a 22 there. You'd also need a rifle cleaning rod to attach it to as well.

Dasandmancometh has the idea.

Hoppe's Hoppe's Nylon Brush for .30 Caliber Rifles - Item# 1305 (Hoppe's PN: HOP52 R 1305)
Hoppe's Nylon Brush for .35 Caliber and 9 mm Rifles - Item #: 1309 (Hoppe's PN:HOP52 R 1309) - $1.97 USD (Academy Sports)
Hoppe's Online - Choose Brush from Drop Down

I used both brushes, but preferred the .30 caliber brush for polish as it allowed me to wrap the micro fiber cloth around it several times. Painter's Tape worked great as thread protector at drill chuck - easy on - easy off. Cotton balls to plug the inlet/outlet ports minimizing mess. String to tie the cloth on the brush at the top and bottom. Make sure to let the cloth extend half an inch or so beyond the end of the brush, this keeps the brush from bottoming out and let's you polish all the way to the bottom of the water channel with ease. Recommend using drill with a low speed setting so you can't hit the trigger and ZOOOOOMMMM! Melted acrylic and/or bottom out damage! At the very least use a variable speed drill. I also used the rod assembly for sanding, but strictly manual work.
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