Hi - I've been watching YouTube videos and reading the Dash manual to make sure I do the right thing with the building of my new ProCap dash column. Please can somebody answer / confirm my thoughts on the following points:
- Whilst older bubble caps appear to require one of the caps fitted upside down (to be the downcomer), I'm thinking the new ProCap36 all go the same way round - is that right?
- Different videos show the Flow Directors angled differently. I'm thinking that the wash will cling to the Flow Directors by surface tension and therefore will faithfully follow whatever shape I bend them to? i.e. the important point is to bend them away from the ProCaps in the next section down - is that right?
- The dash manual says that "some users drill a 1mm to 1.5mm hole in each of the copper plates. Presumably this is so that the column can be flushed down for a quick clean after a run finishes. Won't these ProCap36's provide enough downward flow, without the need to drill the additional holes? I'd appreciate any advice please.
Thanks in advance!