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    Default Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    I have the factory D5 pump.I want to mod it so I can use aftermarket fitting's I know there is a post on how to do it hear.But I cant find it.Can someone help me please..
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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Bits power has the best modding kit for d5 pumps (if you refer of kits), also it came with pretty good manual of how to do it.
    Last edited by Smiki007; 20-08-2014 at 12:05.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Also you can check this link D5 Pump Tops. - Modding Guides - The Mod Zoo

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Remove the pump from the housing get a tap for G 1/4 tread and tap the two holes with it. clean it out with running water and put it back together.
    Or buy the aftermarket housing for better head pressure and install as shown in the modding guide

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    EK makes a good top for this pump.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Yeah, they too have some really good D5 tops.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Thank you guy's.I was refering to the mod Vinman posted. I have the tap for water cooling fitting's . I might try it. Not sure yet.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    What you need to do it take the top off the pump.

    Then you need to carefully saw off the stock nipple like this:



    Then you can use the G 1/4" Tap to make the treads and the fittings can be used like so:


    Here is the mod guide denton made a while back on PureOC.
    ModGuide: MCP655 Pump Mod

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Kenny is correct cut just below the nipple first then use the tap to thread the holes go slow with the tap and back it up after a couple of turns and go back down till
    its treaded deep enough for the compression fittings, and you should be fine.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Or for $30 bucks pick this up you will get better flow and more head pressure by adding this to the pump you removed.

    Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
    Last edited by vinman; 20-08-2014 at 15:47.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    What you need to do it take the top off the pump.

    Then you need to carefully saw off the stock nipple like this:



    Then you can use the G 1/4" Tap to make the treads and the fittings can be used like so:


    Here is the mod guide denton made a while back on PureOC.
    ModGuide: MCP655 Pump Mod
    Thank you Kenny.That is what I was looking for.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Or for $30 bucks pick this up you will get better flow and more head pressure by adding this to the pump you removed.

    Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come
    Wish I had the cash to get it Vinman.
    Last edited by vinman; 20-08-2014 at 15:48.

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    Default Re: Need to mod my D5 pump top.

    Make sure you secure it before drilling and taping so you can get a perfectly straight cut, if you have a vise to place it in
    protect it with some rags or two pieces of wood between the jaws so you don't damage it! it will make your job that much easier to do.
    If you Fluck it up, I have a spare I will send you.

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