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    Cool My Shuttle...all modded :)

    Ok, Got the mod done slightly off plan but it was decided that this looked better than my original Idea...





    and the dragon in the dark (better pic to come)



    There are a load more pics here...

    I am really chuffed with the way this has turned out and it appears to have lowered my temps by a good couple of degrees

    Thanks to Norm and his Dad for lending me their tools are expertise


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    that looks fantastic, u need to incorporate that red onto te front imho.
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    I am tempted to paint the main face panel in that red...but I bought a replacement case from kustom in case I wanted to sell the shuttle as standard...

    I just don't know


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    Originally posted by Nimrod
    I am tempted to paint the main face panel in that red...but I bought a replacement case from kustom in case I wanted to sell the shuttle as standard...

    I just don't know
    get the red cover painted ya big tart! gradient affect? from silver to red?


    Looks superb!



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    Looks good, i like the Fan grill on the left side of the case but i think the one on the right looks completly out of place and messy with the cables behind it. I would suggest getting an 80mm fan filter to put behind it to hide the ugly crap..

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    i dont think you should do it all, just the trim of the drives, buttons etc, would look sexy
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    painting :'( oh no....

    we riveted the grills on...painting now would be a right nightmare

    Maybe in a few months when I am bored


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    very nice

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    Thanks everyone

    I did think about putting a filter behind but the problem was I didn't have one handy when I rivetted the grills on.

    If the cables wind me up (which they will) I'll drill the rivets out and stick a filter on.


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    Wow! that's a nice job you did there!

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    Nice.

    What tools do you need to rivet those fan grills on?

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    thanks

    You just need a pop-rivet gun and some blind rivets. I cannot say what size they were as they were selected from a pot of assorted sizes that was lurking in the shed

    Its really easy to put rivets in;

    Dril Holes where Fan screws would go.
    Find rivet of correct size.
    Pop the rivet into the gun and thread into hole.
    Pump Rivet gun handle until rivet snaps in.


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    Wow. Thank looks awesome, Nimrod. My shuttle, in it's standard, now looks even more standard. Nice work.

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    That looks damn nice dude, may have to add a grill like that over the fan to my now working again ( 9700pro )
    Last edited by Knoxville; 08-10-2003 at 12:48 AM.

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    Nice... Very nice!! Very tidy...
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    *looks at nibbler cut, and garden cutted 120mm hole on sn45g*

    meh

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