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Not a bad Idea



Siphone what now?


But sleep now, I'll do the cutting tommorrow.

Before I go I'll throw in som BAD Phone pictures
Siphone gas = steal gas from a gas tank.
post #12 of 12
Yeah, those are some bad phone pics Lol. You have a 360 in the top of your case and a 120 in the bottom with XSPC res/pump somewhere in a middle 5.25" drive bay?

I would put the case up on a table and have a bucket ready under the table to catch the water when you disconnect one of the tubes from the 120 rad and go straight over the bucket with the tube. Have a towel ready so you can plug the res in case water drains heavily from that when you disconnect the tube.

Once the water stops draining remove one of the tubes from the 360 rad up top and blow in the tube. That should drain most of the residual water left from that point down to the 120 rad. You are still going to have water left in the 120 rad because it is bottom mounted with barbs facing up.
    
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