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Personally, I think you'd get better results in series rather parallel. Higher flow = better results in almost every instance. Splitting parallel into 2 rads isn't usually suggested.
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Originally Posted by rubix_1011 View Post
Personally, I think you'd get better results in series rather parallel. Higher flow = better results in almost every instance. Splitting parallel into 2 rads isn't usually suggested.
In series less flow and higher resistance?

In parallel more flow and less resistance?
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