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Wait, what non-heashrink method?!?!?!

Looks awesome!
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i love the intricate detail you put into everything you do
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Originally Posted by nitrousoxide10 View Post

thumb.gif....lookin forward to those "small" details you mentioned. smile.gif

=D me too! I need to just pull my other gts 450 out, but it kills me to do so as I really like folding on them. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by ddietz View Post

Wait, what non-heashrink method?!?!?!
Looks awesome!

Please look at the link in my sig for for the fully custom extensions, and that should explain it.
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i love the intricate detail you put into everything you do

I appreciate that man, I try to push my self constantly in whatever I do. I see all of these mods on MDPC and some work from the greats, and it makes me strive to push myself more and think more and more out of the box.
post #564 of 881
Wow, I just started reading this thread thirty minutes ago, and I'm already done. I really like the way you sleeve cables. I haven't sleeved before since I'm a bit worried I might screw up something. Do you have a tutorial? tongue.gif

(Is sleeving any hard?)

Anyway, I also have a SE white 600T and I seriously want to mod mine now. rolleyes.gif

Great work on your system.

Edit: Saw your signature which had links for tutorials. tongue.gif
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Ah, this mod was started before I started using the non-heatshrink method. For the record though, I enjoy both methods - just one takes way longer.

Ahh...I guess you're just going to have to do another mod without heatshrink next. tongue.gif
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And going to be doing some live sleeving right now join me @ http://www.justin.tv/lutro0

15 minutes after I went to bed! -_-'
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Wow, I just started reading this thread thirty minutes ago, and I'm already done. I really like the way you sleeve cables. I haven't sleeved before since I'm a bit worried I might screw up something. Do you have a tutorial? tongue.gif

(Is sleeving any hard?)
Anyway, I also have a SE white 600T and I seriously want to mod mine now. rolleyes.gif
Great work on your system.
Edit: Saw your signature which had links for tutorials. tongue.gif

If you have any questions on any of it let me know bud! Its not that hard to do, but its a bit tough to get a super clean look.
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Ahh...I guess you're just going to have to do another mod without heatshrink next. tongue.gif

I already have one in the works, just need to get this one done with. =)
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15 minutes after I went to bed! -_-'

LOL, well they happen frequently so you will make another one. thumb.gif
post #568 of 881
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I will be doing some live sleeving right now, if you want to join me please do @ http://www.justin.tv/lutro0

Thanks to everyone who joined.
Edited by Lutro0 - 11/27/11 at 9:53pm
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Everything is looking real good, how is your airbrush working out for you man? I havent used mine since I finished painting the radiator and pump. I want to get something else to paint...

Also were have you been? lol I am guessing busy with work...
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Please look at the link in my sig for for the fully custom extensions, and that should explain it.

I don't think it "explained" it, but seeing the extensions, I thin kI know how you did it. Clever! It's OK though, your secret is safe with me.

I want to thank you for your sleeving tutorials. I've just started doing my first sleeving and thanks to your generosity, its started off well. Certainly not as easy as you make it look but with a little practice its manageable. I don't know if I can rep you as a vendor, but there is some coming your way in either case.
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