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It's a marketing gimmick, adding the QP at the end when all the rads from that family are 14.5 iirc.
Well they're all listed as QP, no matter what model/size; that's the only type they make... They really are quiet though. They're thinner than most, so even though they have mid-range FPI, the restriction is more on the low side. They're also dirt cheap so they make an excellent price/performance choice.
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Well they're all listed as QP, no matter what model/size; that's the only type they make... They really are quiet though. They're thinner than most, so even though they have mid-range FPI, the restriction is more on the low side. They're also dirt cheap so they make an excellent price/performance choice.
This. They run amazing on push/ pull configurations.
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Well they're all listed as QP, no matter what model/size; that's the only type they make... They really are quiet though. They're thinner than most, so even though they have mid-range FPI, the restriction is more on the low side. They're also dirt cheap so they make an excellent price/performance choice.
You don't have to convince, me. Read my 1st post again.
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the PA rads are still nice rad's...

if you know what your doing its easy to clean the insides and u can use 3.8 to 1/4 converters... Dont know why people are telling you to avoid them.

Plus if its a 15mm version its g1/4 and has flux pre removed anyway.
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