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post #11 of 14
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So another update for you guys, these will probably start to get slower once I start my new job hopefully thursday but for now enjoy!

A quick snap of the workstation I setup to paint


The ligher blue that I mixed up


Alright so here are the pictures of today's experiment I think the colors came out 10x better than last time






Hope you guys like the photos! I'm currently uploading a video I did during this dunk and will be posting it here as soon as it finishes uploading to youtubes.
post #12 of 14
Now thats awesome! I think it looks better then the first one you did.
post #13 of 14
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Thanks man, I think that mix is going to be the winner for my case, just gotta perfect the painting part so everything comes out smooth. Also planning on dusting on some light metal flakes and clear coating, then polishing it up to pretty much a mirror finish before its done.


Also here is the video I did this morning while painting the shroud
post #14 of 14
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Well its definitelfty time for an update. The process has been slowed down considerably, but here's a little update for now

Got the swiftech 4x120 rad in


Cheecking the initial fit here


As it turns out its a little longer than expected, but I can make it work still. Just gotta grab the dremel and get to work




So that got the rad to fit in nice and flush, just had to mod some more to get the maximum airflow through the rad.



That should allow perfect airflow, just gotta make some mounts.



I should have an update with the mounts soon, just everything has come a grinding halt for the moment until I can get stable again :/
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