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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-21-2020, 09:38 PM
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im using ek cryofuel clear and get get those particles too. i assumed it was from my radiators.
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After all the feedback, I’m disassembling the whole system and cleaning all the parts out of place. Here she is running on 1 radiator. The other 4 are soaking in Mayhems.
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After all the feedback, I’m disassembling the whole system and cleaning all the parts out of place. Here she is running on 1 radiator. The other 4 are soaking in Mayhems.
Hi,
See about adding a filter doing mayhems part 2 process in a temporary loop
Reverse flow through those rads too after normal flow get all the crap stuck in the rads
I use one of these comes with 3/8" barbs good for 3/8-10mm inside soft tubing.
https://www.autozone.com/fuel-system...ter/352786_0_0

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Hi,
See about adding a filter doing mayhems part 2 process in a temporary loop
Reverse flow through those rads too after normal flow get all the crap stuck in the rads
I use one of these comes with 3/8" barbs good for 3/8-10mm inside soft tubing.
https://www.autozone.com/fuel-system...ter/352786_0_0
I removed all the radiators soaked, in vinegar mixed with water, then ran Mayhems part 2 through the loop. I don't think I need a filter, since the CPU block gunk was most likely due to using opaque Cryofuel. The inside of the radiators and GPU block actually looked perfect before cleaning, so I have to give EK credit for making a fluid that completely prevented corrosion and microbial growth after being run for 3.5 years without cleaning. But as stated, I'll be switching to clear Mayhems XT-1 Nuke.
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