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Old 16-08-15, 08:20 AM
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I'm gonna go unpopular opinion puffin and say I'm not keen on the tubing layout and fittings layout in this.

While granted it's obviously taken a lot of planning to do (and that shows) it still feels... I dunno.. haphazard from some angles? Like.. what's it trying to achieve? There's chuffin' loads of fittings in there (And I know you only like to do straight runs of hardline tubing) but I do think in this particular build, it's suffering from over complication a bit.

From a technical standpoint, it's fantastic but aesthetically, to me at least, this looks messy, just too many fittings and too much going on. Complicated for complicated's sake.

It feels to me like one of those, "just because you can, doesn't mean you should" type of deals.

Again, totally personal opinion and personal taste, but, I had to say it because I enjoy most of the Parvum builds, but this one's just not doing it for me, sorry guys.
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