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post #21 of 62 (permalink) Old 04-17-2017, 06:21 PM
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What colour did you get ? I just purchased 2 x Cryo Fuel Blood Red, cant wait for it. How does it look any pics ?

I got clear, so it just looks like water. Not much to see, which is great thumb.gif

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i will be buying this just for the bottles, buut on a serious note, nice and thanks ek, have to admit i kinda wanna do a dye ....

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The chemistry seems fine, for those that are concerned.

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Thinking about getting some of the navy blue. I like that it doesn't seem to have any particles in it.

Now that it's been out for a little while, has anyone had any trouble with it? No deposits or horrible gelatinous blobs?
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I am draining my loop because I am moving my components to a new case.

Upon draining I saw this...


This is after using ek Cryo Fuel Blood red for about 2 months.
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I am draining my loop because I am moving my components to a new case.

Upon draining I saw this...


This is after using ek Cryo Fuel Blood red for about 2 months.

Eep.. Thanks so much for the update!

I guess it's still true that the only way to keep a clean loop is to skip the dye.
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Is this after cleaning?

@akira749 I drained my loop, ran about a gallon of distilled water through it and the disassembled my loop. This was right after disassembly.

Everything wiped clean easily and nothing seemed to stain and it's hard to see in the picture, but everything was just a little bit pink from the red fluid before I wiped it down. It did look like there was some build up at the top. The line of red is where the top of the fluid level was in my reservoir.

And this was the only place in my loop where I noticed anything like this.

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@akira749 I drained my loop, ran about a gallon of distilled water through it and the disassembled my loop. This was right after disassembly.

Everything wiped clean easily and nothing seemed to stain and it's hard to see in the picture, but everything was just a little bit pink from the red fluid before I wiped it down. It did look like there was some build up at the top. The line of red is where the top of the fluid level was in my reservoir.

And this was the only place in my loop where I noticed anything like this.

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The build up in the top is possible since this water was more stagnant there. If after everything was wiped you still have a clear reservoir than i'm happy. But if you say that there's a permanent pink coloring than it bugs me.
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