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Evolve your system to the next level with the new FrozenQ Fusion Dual Bay reservoir. The Fusion Dual Bay features a solid CNC milled body with a fluorescent acrylic helical fixture for a unique visual effect. The internal helix is illuminated with the pre-installed UV cathode, which must be hooked up to a cathode inverter (sold separately). The UV cathode is compatible with any standard lighting inverter which you may already have in your rig. All parts of the reservoir are machined and fabricated right here in our own shop.
The Fusion Dual Bay reservoir has 3 rear G1/4" ports and 1 top G1/4" port for filling. Each reservoir comes with two fill plugs to close up whichever ports your choose not to use.
One of the biggest features to be integrated into the Fusion Dual Bay design is the modular pump mount system. Rather than having to purchase a bay reservoir with an integrated pump mount that only works with one style of pump, you can choose to purchase a special pump mount for a MCP355/DDC pump, a D5 pump, or choose to not integrate a pump at all. It's your choice!
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Reviewer: scott (3)
PROS: I really, really, really like the looks of this thing. I have the clear acrylic with blue fluid using straight distilled in my loop, and itís clear. I can easily see a 3 color 6mm led taped to the back (ghetto, I know). Using the upper corner for input, lower corner for output, and top connected to another fillport on the top of my case Iíve had zero issues with bubbles. CONS: Iím very disappointed in the build quality. Mine leaks in two places: the top fill port and front acrylic plate. The top fill port is slightly recessed and I was unable to fit a 3/4 OD compression fitting without an extender (or at least something that will fit down inside the small recess). Even so, it still leaks if the water gets too high. It threaded well and Iíve tried new gasketsÖmay be G 1/4 tapping? It also leaks out the front acrylic plate (attached with screws and a rubber separator). When unmounting the front acrylic plate to try and fix the leak, one screw was stripped and one side screw was hanging on by a thread, literally. Iíve tried to reinstall every freakin way and itís on but Iím scared! Itís tall but fairly thin. There are acrylic brackets that protrude from the back that are used to attach to the bay. 2 out of 4 of these mounts had come unattached upon arrival, but an easy fix. Because of it being so thin and the quality issues, Iím afraid if I attached my pump to the back, the res would explode. If the build quality goes up, I would buy in a heartbeat. I would be on the fence about buying anotherÖItís probably worth about half this price. If the build quality goes up due to my small purchase it will not have been made in vein.