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It is the tiny little remark under his build pics
Thank you much! Just saw it!

Definitely gonna try this if I can find another H50 Rad on the cheap

Yes, I will go H50 Rad, just so I have a matched set, and for a more OEM look
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Can you give me the exact names of the things I need?
Yes sir. I am just gonna post links to the first site that pops up on google but that doesn't mean its not available else where for cheaper.


micro res

1/4" danger den barbs
1/4" ID tubing - can't find link but can be found at home depot for a few bucks
and any 120mm radiator. I used a Koolance Rad but I suppose any would work fine.

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Aww come on SB... where's your sense of adventure?

Mind you, I think you would make an absolute killing if you did. I know i would buy one from you ($$$$)


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Nice job on that mod. I'll be doing a res mod soon and I'll post pictures this weekend.
thanks and post pics for sure! we love h50 pr0n

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SEXYBASTARD,

have your temps dropped dramatically at load with the twin radiator setup? YOu might have already mentioned it, but I didn't see it skimming through...

Thanks,

Arbalest
about 10c over the stock h50
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Thank you much! Just saw it!

Definitely gonna try this if I can find another H50 Rad on the cheap

Yes, I will go H50 Rad, just so I have a matched set, and for a more OEM look
I am planning on going ghetto with one of these.
Physical Size: 9 3/4 x 6 x 2 (all inches, so basically a double thick butt ugly 240mm rad).


Was thinking of replacing the H50 rad. If the pump cant handle it, well then plan B.

Speaking of plan B. Is it possible to use the H50 block without its pump, or remove the pump from the block? In case the heater core is too restrictive I am thinking of just getting a decent pump, but would like to use the H50 block still to limit costs, if possible.
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I am planning on going ghetto with one of these.
Physical Size: 9 3/4 x 6 x 2 (all inches, so basically a double thick butt ugly 240mm rad).


Was thinking of replacing the H50 rad. If the pump cant handle it, well then plan B.

Speaking of plan B. Is it possible to use the H50 block without its pump, or remove the pump from the block? In case the heater core is too restrictive I am thinking of just getting a decent pump, but would like to use the H50 block still to limit costs, if possible.
I was wondering the same thing, anyone whether or not it would work?
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Thanks, I'll get these Rad, Micro res, 1/4 danger den barbs & 1/4" ID tubing from Home Depot =P
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Speaking of plan B. Is it possible to use the H50 block without its pump, or remove the pump from the block? In case the heater core is too restrictive I am thinking of just getting a decent pump, but would like to use the H50 block still to limit costs, if possible.
IDK, but I think you should find out!

I imagine it is very possible, as long as you seal any holes left over from removing the pump... Just from tearing it apart and what I saw, I imagine that's all there will be to it.
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Thanks, I'll get these Rad, Micro res, 1/4 danger den barbs & 1/4" ID tubing from Home Depot =P
yep just remember you need to get four 1/4" barbs - 2 for the res and 2 for the new rad.

edit: looks PTS includes 1/4" barbs with that res.
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are the scythe GT-AP15's good for a push/pull config on the H50?
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are the scythe GT-AP15's good for a push/pull config on the H50?
Yes. I highly recommend them! =)
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