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Thanks Starbuck, appreciate all your help here.
Happy I could help.

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Thanks Starbuck, appreciate all your help here.

My final question I guess will be is the DDC Dual Top that I posted earlier compatible with the 35x? EK support absolutely sucks and they usually take 3-4 days to respond.

It only says the 350/355?
I do not know for certain but the top that the 35X comes with is very good as it is, so it would be a bit of a waste to change the top of them unless you really wanted them in the dual top and not as 2 separate pumps.

EDIT: According to Sidewinders it is however compatible with all previous MCP3XX tops:

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/swmc12vdcpu1.html

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The Housing

The new housing is precision machined from black POM, and is also available separately. It is compatible with all previous MPC3XX class pumps.
So if the new top works with the old MCP3XX models I guess the old tops work with the MCP35X
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Only reason I'm considering the dual pump top is 1) for aesthetics and 2) because it seems easier than trying to mount both of the pumps to each other.
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90 degree bends close to the inlet of the pump kill flow rates because they overload one side of the impeller with water and leave the other with less. This reduces the efficiency of the pump and therefore reduces the overall power output. It's fine to put 90 degrees on the outlet, just make sure the inlet is a straight shot to the impeller.
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