EK-Quantum Torque Black G1/4 Water Cooling Plug with Badge
EK-Quantum Torque Water Cooling System Plug w/ Badge, G1/4", 23mm Diameter, CNC Machined Brass, Rubber O-Ring, Black
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EK-Quantum Torque Plug
EK-Quantum Torque Plug w/Badge is a premium Quantum G1/4" plug for closing the unused ports on your water cooling equipment and is made from CNC machined brass, featuring a satin black finish and sealed with a quality O-ring.
EK recommends tightening the plug first by hand, or via EK-Loop Multi Allen Key and then attaching the EK-Badge (enclosed) when the plug is in its final position.
• Thread length: 4.5mm.
• Diameter: 23mm.
• Installed height: 5.5mm.
• ROHS compliant.
Please note: This product should NOT be installed with any aluminium Fluid Gaming parts!
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