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the kit w/ shipping based on their quote $129.99 + $63.21 = $193.20 US dollars ~$251 New Zealand dollars. This does not include any duty/tax your country may apply though.

Oh right of course

ill grab some distilled water, kill coil ect, just to be safe.

Just had a look at your mod....I want your life! hahaha good job on it.
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Oh right of course

ill grab some distilled water, kill coil ect, just to be safe.

Just had a look at your mod....I want your life! hahaha good job on it.

Get distilled from the grocery or a pharmacy, just add the kill.coil to your order. A lot rasa owners go w/ aftermarket tube. I like Primochill. Good luck
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yea clear tubing with water just wouldnt look good in my set up.

but ive got 2m of black feser tubing anyway.

i just hope i wont throw the kit out the window when tryna put the tubing onto the barbs
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yea clear tubing with water just wouldnt look good in my set up.

but ive got 2m of black feser tubing anyway.

i just hope i wont throw the kit out the window when tryna put the tubing onto the barbs
they use 1/2" barbs (~12-13mm) and 7/16 (~11-12mm) tube. This smaller diameter tube will make a tight seal. Though, I hear and see a lot of owners say the tube gets cloudy. If you are going to use the Feser tube, make sure you get some barbs (6 for the kit and maybe two extra ones for a gpu if you decide to throw one in down the road) that match the ID (inner diameter) of that tube.
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