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Old 11-01-2007, 12:01 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Ya, make sure all your fittings are secure. And leak-test as much as you can. The rest is just time and $$$ getting hoses cut to length. wash out the radiator before installing....
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Quieter too, depends on radiator.
i think you mean "fans"

pumps are almost dead silent.

if you run a MCR or PA they only need low speed fans, so noise will be LOW.

i plan on watercooling this hoss later on sometime. hopefully after christmas when i get my taxes back.
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I meant the fans yes, wasn't focused.
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