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Liss

Member
Joined
Aug 27, 2002
Location
Toronto: The Capital of Canada
well.. i've had my block and core sitting here for a while..


but my shim is coming in tommarow or the day after that..

and im waiting for my pump that will hopfully arrive late this week


this is wut i've got:
becooling black edge 3/8
core (from unknown car) 1/2
eheim 1048 1/2
home depot tubing 3/8
tee line 1/2
120mm panaflo med


so any tips before i put her togethor?
 
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nikhsub1

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Oct 12, 2001
Location
Los Angeles
Liss said:
well.. i've had my block and core sitting here for a while..


but my shim is coming in tommarow or the day after that..

and im waiting for my pump that will hopfully arrive late this week


this is wut i've got:
becooling black edge 3/8
core (from unknown car) 1/2
eheim 1048 1/2
home depot tubing 3/8
tee line 1/2


so any tips before i put her togethor?
Why are you using a shim?
 

mfpmax

Member
Joined
Oct 11, 2002
Location
Rockledge,FL
yeah, I bought a shim for my Duron 1.3...then when I got an XP1800, I gave the CPU and shim to my mom...I felt I didn't need it.
 

NeoMoses

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Joined
Jul 7, 2001
do you have some type of torque wrench? you could estimate the torqe needed on the bolts to give you the correct pressure. But, if you don't have a torque wrench, it's all a wash.:)
 

ziah

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Joined
Oct 16, 2002
Location
northeast usa
they look cool?? you have a translucent waterblock?? you only see it one day out of the year.

all in good fun.

~z