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Seems pretty clear
Whoops missed that, was more focused on the mixing ratios further down the page. What is another 10% on top 100ml if you were to add more for sub zero?

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maybe i'm still asleep.

10% of 100 = 10?

are you going sub zero? if not, you may affect your water's cooling potential by using too much NUKE

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you'd need to drain, clean, inspect for damage.

how much X1 did you use, and how did you clean your radiators before filling for good?

I clean with many liters of destillated water.

How much X1 did i use? All.

Its already pré-mixed (from 5L bottle).
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=\ shaking room temp distilled doesn't always do the job.

blitz kits ftw.

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Blitz is preferred for sure, but even Mayhem has mentioned alternatives to it before. I do agree though, just trusting room temperature distilled water to do it for you is a bit to naive. Boiling distilled water is better and will at the very least remove the flux and most of the debris from the radiator. To remove any paint residue and corrosion you will have to use stronger chemicals.

It's not going to be as good as Blitz, but you could try it the way Mayhem shows it @17min in this video:
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Nice.
But one year using car liquid didnt`t do that to my Heatkiiler D5 suport....


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A.) should've stuck with what was working
B.) who knows what weird stuff is going on now in the loop if you had auto coolant going before, & didn't clean properly.
you need to do a genuine flush. not just fill & drain.

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ok, ok.
I get the message. But i did remove all coolant....quiete sure about it.

Have to turn off the dam pc, dismantle everything.....arghh.....

Any chance to recovery the niquel mirror effect?

Thanks for the video few posts above...learn a lot!
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you should be able to rub off whatever that is.

do not use any compounds or solvents on the nickel itself.

radiators are traps. they're the main thing you wanna acid bath, then basic bath.

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you should be able to rub off whatever that is.

do not use any compounds or solvents on the nickel itself.

radiators are traps. they're the main thing you wanna acid bath, then basic bath.
Should be fine just running massive amounts of water through it to. I have for example just straight up hooked my radiator to the sink and let it run for an hour, flusehed out the acid/base quite well. Though you should obviously do a PH check afterwards and then rinse out with a less agressive cleaner (Like Sysprep, Blitz part2 or any otehr prep fluid really).
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