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[FS] Fits Acrylic Dtek Tops

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Fitseries3, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. Fitseries3

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    well here's the story...

    a piece of acrylic thats $83 started out like this...


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    then you cut it...


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    get these....


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    put them in the HAAS CNC mill...

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    work for 2 hours...


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    and end up with these....


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    and this is what you get....

    1top and 4 screws


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    Prices as follows:

    Acrylic single port - $40
    Acrylic dual port - $45
    Delrin single port - $45
    Delrin dual port - $50

    +$5 for polishing IF you want it. they are pretty slick already but if you need that extra shine i can hook you up :pimp:

    NOTE: you can use the red dtek nozel kit with these. you'll need the v2 uni mount, quickmount or promount.


    prices include shipping. large order discounts available.

    (a big goes thanks to Phil Wason over at Super Rat Machine Works)
     
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    h3llb3nd4 says thanks.
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    cool story, me likey :)
     
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    guys buy these up. If you want to see more water blocks/tops/brackets made here in the USA then I would suggest supporting people like Fit :toast:
     
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    Don't you still owe me a fitseries block topper? :D

    BUMP for some SWEET looking tops!
     
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    Very cool, like an episode of "How it's Made" ;). I still have my FuZion V2 in the box while I get other components figured out. Will these simply screw on? I assume the holes are G1/4... and will work with the barbs that came with the Fuzion.
     
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    thats awesome fitseries3. When Im ready for a upgrade ill PM you.
     
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    I can answer that for you. It will work with the barbs that come with the Fuzion :D
     
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    Thanks, how about the seal? I haven't seent the inside of the FuZion, I'm assuming an o-ring or similar that can be re-used.
     
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    uses dteks oring yes.
     
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    yeah they just bolt on with the dtek oring
     
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    the rubber seal is conveniently located in the base/block, so no matter what top you use, you'll still have the rubber seal ;)

    I'm tempting to get one of these but I don't use UV/colored coolant, just tubing...
     
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    pick up a delrin top then :D
     
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    Free Bump for a great guy!
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    if you can find me a good deal on a fuzion V2 and AM2 mount i would get a Delrin dual port
     
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    Those are very nice, nice work!
     
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    Wow, Nice Work.
     
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    major price drop. need these gone asap.
     
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    I know there have to be some Phenom II guys who want to get some high flow aftermarket tops for their OC :D
     
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    special TPU prices!
     
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    A pic of one of these from Xavier:

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    They're looking pretty sweet.
     
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    if anyone wants to buy one of these.... and something in my for sale thread... get the block for $30 instead of $40.
     
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    i have a few dual port blocks left. some delrin, some acrylic.

    i have 10 flawed tops.

    nothing is wrong with them that effects performance or the look.

    just minor "pitting" and a few very small chips on the bottom edge on a few of them.

    i will sell these for $28 each.
     
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    do you have a dual port delrin with pitting?
     
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