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Old October 31, 2008, 03:22 PM
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I was thinking of picking one up on my next order from Gary for when I redo this loop but got a quick question, it looks like it has a anti-vibration pad/mat on the bottom. Can anyone confirm this?
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Old October 31, 2008, 03:36 PM
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Click on the first thumbnail on the left, there is an anti vibration pad, so I would say yes.


It looks nice.
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Old October 31, 2008, 03:41 PM
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All I know is....its hella pretty
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Click on the first thumbnail on the left, there is an anti vibration pad, so I would say yes.


It looks nice.
Doh yeah I see it now.

I would like to grab the EK D5 top to go with it but that adds a hella price to my 655. $39+$39 us plus what I paid for the pump last year.

EK Waterblocks EK-D5 X-TOP for Laing D5 / Swiftech MCP655 Pumps
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I have a EK top but havent had the time to install it! Been a few months sheeesh
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I have a EK top but havent had the time to install it! Been a few months sheeesh
You should sell it to me

I wish they had the black sparkle compression fittings
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Old October 31, 2008, 06:56 PM
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The EK D5 top adds slightly to no performance gain BTW.
Nice bling from bitspower but thats about all it is, no performance gains really.

Want anti vibration get the petras gel stuff!! it great

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I'm wondering how they got the metal barbs onto the 655 because from what i remember, the barbs on the mcp655 are part of the housing
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I'm wondering how they got the metal barbs onto the 655 because from what i remember, the barbs on the mcp655 are part of the housing
cut barbs off.
drill new holes.
tap new holes.
insert G1/4 fittings.
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Old October 31, 2008, 11:37 PM
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Yup i believe you have to cut and drill yourself
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