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    where did you get that fan grill from m8 ? looks very nice - although you'd have to be careful where you use it hehehe

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    hehehe, nibbler

    I shall probably be using one of those to take out the pressed grill on the back of the shuttle

    Gr44, I got all the kit from www.kustom.co.uk

    very good service and the quality of the parts is really high too


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    nice job mate

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    How did you get the coolmaster cd bezels in there? looks kick ass

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    nice work nimrod looks great

    the coolermaster bezels just stick on evildoc614 ,i bought 1 4 my sn41g2 great quality finish imho for this particular shuttle and very easy to do,saves having to mess round trying to stealth ure drive with the sn41 blanking plate!

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    Very slick. I'd change the hex bolts on the front to red anodized ones if you can get them.

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    cheers again chaps
    The more I look at the Shuttle, the more I feel that the front does indeed need something doing...

    I really want to keep any mods I do as "undoable" as possible as I have found that when it comes to reselling Shuttles a lot of people prefer the standard look

    I like your idea of using red hex bolts Lord Kordir, I shall go and have a search for some. I think a little accent of red on the front would be an excellent finishing touch


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    very nice indeed mate ...

    1 thing I wouldn't have done is use rivet's, imo they look cheap and you can get some really nice looking bolts if you look.

    other than that lovley job

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    mod the power button also, i remeber seeing the same size button, but it had a red led round the outside, would go nice if you painted front screws.
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    That will be these switches then?........http://uk.farnell.com/jsp/catalog/vi...prodId=4303088

    They are very cool..........have them in mind for a future mod.

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    cheers for the comments chaps

    I am looking into replacement blots for the front panel and I might just order one of those buttons

    M C Storm, I thought about using bolts but due to the clearance on the gfx card side I wouldn't have been able to get the case on and off.

    [edit] Bah those switches are out of stock at the moment, I shall keep on checking them though
    Last edited by Nimrod; 24-10-2003 at 11:10 AM.


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    Nice idea with the red bolts for the front panel.

    Moving onto the comment about the rivets. The rivets look good imo. Very stealthed hehe

    Cooler Master CD bezel... --- http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...JsX3BhZ2U9MQ== Here's a review


    Anti Vandel Switches... i personally wouldnt use them. Nowt wrong with the original ones. Im sure its easy enough to mod them, just route a cable around the back of them to illuminate the acrylic circle around the button with an LED.



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