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Your going to find it hard,getting hold of them.You could try contacting Rob,the owner of this website.
Ask him about Marcus.
Marcus,who used to build custom cases for members on this forum,might have some spare parts knocking around.
i have always used 7/16 I/d 5/8 O/D tube from XSPC. It is very flexible for them tight bends.1/2'' tubing is to stiff for tight bends. Them bitspowwer are very nice,got a few of them triple rotary ones myself. So,7/16 i/d tube and the fittings to go with them.
hmmm,ye i think that pump would be a little inadequate,for the your loop. Like i said,I've never been a fan of them bay pump,combos. The one i mentioned earlier in the post is what i would go for. you could copy the design loop order in that cyberpower gt case. I did a very quick drawing showing the loop order,if you went for this configuration.
had a look through your list. instead of having 2 separate bay devices,why don'y you just get the dual bay. http://www.coolerkit...one-p-1297.html Problem with these type of res/pump combos is filling them up. As you can see the inlet at the top is awkward, you just have to make sure you have enough slack on the tube,so you can slide it out enough for filling. That's why i always use the one i mentioned,easy to fill and bleed.