Originally Posted by ObiWanShinob1
haha that would be the DDC version but an update in attached image, I just bit the bullet and paid 90 for a revo 100 res to put my D5 core second hand in, upon testing thankfully the thing works and I'll use this method to flush the radiators.
would be running 50/50 vinegear and water in the loop be a good idea running tubing through radiators this way in a closed off system? one rad is brand new the other rad has seen some use
I would not run 50/50 vinegar through a d5 pump. It could damage the seal and plastic parts.
Just fill your rads with the 20% to 25% vinegar solution (or use the Mayhems Blitz part 1) and let soak for 24 hours. Shake the radiator vigorously every two hours.
When rinsing the radiator out, drain it out into a white bucket (so you can see debris on bottom). Keep flushing and draining until the water runs clear and PH is about 6.5.
It should be noted that I did run a 15% vinegar solution through my loop for 30 minutes once, but only after I cut out all the nickel plated parts. I did this to remove some pastel coolant. I followed it up with Mayhems Blitz Part 2 and just over gallons of distilled.
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