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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by TCOC View Post
Hence the reason for his post? And the "TWACK" works just fine
I dont understand what your getting at here. Your just posting to post? You didnt say anything new or add to what I said.

On top of that, your not even using water. Your using a TRUE. Whats your experience with WC?
post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by Jason4i7 View Post
This is incorrect. It is completely possible to have a 100% full loop. If it is not, then you are not bleeding it correctly. The only thing in your loop that should have air is your res. Technically, the res, while in your loop, is not part or your "flow" line. (Pump, rad, block) The res is the only thing that can or should have air. Even then it can still be filled to the top with minimal air. Air in the system can get trapped in many areas, the block, the rad. You just have to be patient and move the radiator around until it is empty of air. tilt, move, smack, w/e to get the air to move out of it.

if your using PTnuke, it should break up the surface tension of the bubbles to make them smaller so they can be filtered out of your loop and end up in your res.
You can completely full a loop 100%, but it will not improve anything. A small air bubble is not going to affect the system. You can tip and rock all day, but getting it out is not needed for the system to work.
     
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