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Flow Rate for RP-452X2 ver 1.3 and 2 PMP 450 Pumps in Series


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#13 Ronsanut

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Posted 11 April 2012 - 08:00 AM

Id say your good to go.

If you move stuff around. You may get 1c less. But thats about it.

You got a nice clean setup now, with nice temps. Id stay with it. Why change something that works. :popcorn:



Thanks. yes, I will stop tinkering and start to play now and enjoy. Though building it was a real blast.

Thanks all of your guys help.



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