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    Default How do you fill youre loop?

    OK I would like to know how you fill and drain youre loop. What part's to use and were to install them. Let me know..

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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    I used a extra port on my reservoir to add a length of tubing. I hold it high to fill and low to drain. Cap it when in normal use.

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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    nothing special that I use, just open the filler port, use a funnel with tubbing attached and fill it up to where it needs to be.. Once I am done, close the filler cap and done deal.
    It its a tight spot, then sometimes I use a fitting to the filler port and attached a tube there, but otherwise I don't anything special.

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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    nothing special that I use, just open the filler port, use a funnel with tubbing attached and fill it up to where it needs to be.. Once I am done, close the filler cap and done deal.
    It its a tight spot, then sometimes I use a fitting to the filler port and attached a tube there, but otherwise I don't anything special.
    I was wondering.Because I was having a heck of a time with air pockets in my loop.How do you fill youre loop?-loop-1-001.jpg As you can see.I used a tube with a funnel also.

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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    You will have to shake, shake, shake. And a lot of starts and stops. Also while shaking lean the tower to the right and then back to the left.

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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    I make mine hard as possible.I have yet to add a proper drain to any system. The prodigy build was a complete pain in the arse to fill. Fill with fluid, turn pump on and continue to fill careful not to let pump out pace me pouring. That will force air in the system.

    In your case tip system back and forth a little and sidd to side. Might have a vapor lock.
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    Default Re: How do you fill youre loop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    I make mine hard as possible.I have yet to add a proper drain to any system. The prodigy build was a complete pain in the arse to fill. Fill with fluid, turn pump on and continue to fill careful not to let pump out pace me pouring. That will force air in the system.

    In your case tip system back and forth a little and sidd to side. Might have a vapor lock.
    I do the tipping back and forth thing. But you have to remember my case is huge...

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