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  1. DaedalusHelios

    DaedalusHelios

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    I need to buy an inexpensive radiator for one of my rigs. 1/2" barb preferred and 3/8" is ok aswell. Thanks in advance!

    My heatware is Echelon V ;)
     
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    I have a heatercore with 1/2" barbs...PM me if interested, I can provide better info!
     
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    DH, my BIX 240 is currently going to philbrown once I upgrade, but if he ends up finding something else, I'll let you know :toast:
     
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    same as DD, I have a BIX 240 that I got from commander though I still have to find out next wed how easy it's going to be to get into my rocketfish along with the MCR320 :)
     
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    sorry to threadcrap O/P but nflesher they should fit great IN there ;)

    bump for fellow W/C's

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    Oh I'm sure it will too but I'm just hoping to be able to do it with as least cutting as possible lol
     
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    intel igent New Member

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    HaHa! good luck with that!

    resistence is futile! :laugh:

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    hey I have a swiftech mcrw240 with 1/2 AND 3/8 fittings I'll sell you for $40 shipped! pm if interested! DO IT!!!!!
     
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    Send me a link to the specs so I know what I am buying and this is a double 120mm radiator?

    I am 99% sure I will want to buy it from you tonight so send me your paypal and product link ASAP. :D
     
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    So the mcrw240 was a typo.:confused:

    Yeah I had never heard of a 240 before.:)
     
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    lol yeah...he was assuming swiftech uses similar nomenclature to the others so that it would be 120, 240 and 360 but they stick to 120, 220, and 320 :)
    and he added an extra w lol
     
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    Thanks man. :D
     
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    i just cut up my rocket fish. the panels are pretty thin and easy to cut. i used the drill bit looking bit to cut out the top hole for my rad.
     

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