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post #21 of 27
Eheim 1250 (317GPH) i found this at some online store for 71.60 with fittings for 1/2 inch id tubing. i got to looking at the dd12v-d5 and didnt like the flow.
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post #22 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by CrimsonMango

Pumps (12V DC):
[list=1]Laing D5 (AKA Swiftech MCP655), cost ~$75

Pros: Good free flow performance, good reliability, adjustable speed, now a low noise pump with the D5 revision. May be best for single block systems.
Cons: A bit bulky for some possibly.

[*]Laing DDC (AKA Swiftech MCP350), ~cost $70

Pros: Very good pressure capability, very low noise (Eheim 1048 level), good for multiblock systems.
Cons: Low free flow rate (can be helped from this mod LINK)
Why would the DDC be better than a D5 in a multiblock system?

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post #23 of 27
probably because its smaller, so much easier to fit?

Nice to see Australians in the top 5. Makes it easier for some of us to get good parts for a change, instead of ordering from europe and the US.
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IDK, i don't remember putting that in the original thread - IK that some mods have swapped around stuff on here without my permission, but *shrug*



but yes witchhunder - the Aussie Silverprop blocks are some of the best currently available - they just haven't caught on in the US because they're expensive to import over here, and aren't as readily available as blocks such as swiftech and dange den
    
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finally tossed in an update with all the new stuff thats out, as well as re-arranged a few things due to new findings.
    
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Wanted to note I'm currently using the

Black ICE 240 GT Stealth radiator from HWLabs and thus far it's worked quite well. Nice design, good flow and tight.
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oops! i knew i forgot something!
    
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