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Hey guys do you know of a pump similar to the one pictured? Looks are all I care about here so if you know of one that'd be SWEET. I absolutely hate the average plastic tube-looking ones you find all over the place so none of those plz :/. It will be pumping a large loop and it cannot have built-in barbs as I will be putting my own fittings on it. Thanks for any help!!

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As of this post, I cannot see a picture.

 

However, I will say that the Laing D5 is an excellent pump if you are looking for the best of the best.

 

If you are not, then go for one of those reservoir-pump combo units

Compatible with Windows 95

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Hey guys do you know of a pump similar to the one pictured? Looks are all I care about here so if you know of one that'd be SWEET. I absolutely hate the average plastic tube-looking ones you find all over the place so none of those plz :/. It will be pumping a large loop and it cannot have built-in barbs as I will be putting my own fittings on it. Thanks for any help!!

 

I think an EK DDC pump with pump top and some chrome/nickel compression fittings would come very close to that picture.

 

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/pumps-and-accessories/pumps/ek-ddc-series-pumps/ek-xtop-ddc-3-2-pwm-acetal-original-csq-incl-pump.html

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21394/ex-pmp-261/EK_DDC_X-Top_w_32_PWM_DDC_Pump_-_Acetal_EK-DDC_32_PWM_X-TOP_CSQ_-_Acetal.html#blank

 

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Bert & Ernie before squirting spermie. 

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As of this post, I cannot see a picture.

 

However, I will say that the Laing D5 is an excellent pump if you are looking for the best of the best.

 

If you are not, then go for one of those reservoir-pump combo units

That is the typical pump I mentioned I don't really like. It has barbs and looks very cheap to me :/
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I forgot to mention that pump/reservoir combos are really not an option as my setup revolves around the fact that they are seperate, although they do look awesome

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WOAH I like that one a lot thanks for the link man :D

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WOAH I like that one a lot thanks for the link man :D

 

You're welcome. :)

Bert & Ernie before squirting spermie. 

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From a Google image search, it is a SYSCOOLING SC-P60A Pump...

 

They seem to be alright to be honest. Here is a link after a solid 45 seconds of googling

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/181532887149?lpid=82

SWEET! I had found out the name and searched it up just like you did but only found multiple odd Asian websites with no luck. Thanks!

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That is the typical pump I mentioned I don't really like. It has barbs and looks very cheap to me :/

Actually the barbs are not part of the pump itself, but of the pump-top that some manufacturers put on it - and yes the look of these... could be better.

 

The D5 pump itself is actually quite solidly built, and with a different pump-top, can also look quite nicely.

 

You can see what the naked pump looks like here, and some pump tops, etc. here. EKWB are of course not the only ones, but they seem to have the most options. Currently my D5 has a pump top from alphacool (like this one, just instead of black acetal mine is clear plexi glas - which doesn't seem to be listed any more)

 

Of course you should choose whatever you prefer, it's just that not all D5s need to look ugly. ;)

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