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Getting a lot closer to done. Monsoon makes some awesome stuff! So happy I went with it.
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Fantastic job! thumb.gif I love how you did the bends and the way the colors go together. Did you have to do anything to prevent sagging on the reservoirs, especially the bottom one?
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The reservoirs are pretty stout...you could use one to club somebody if needed thumb.gif

I have to agree...that build is just flat out INSANE. I spent about 10 minutes checking out all the little details...and now I have this overwhelming urge to play Mario Brothers...while eating Jolly Ranchers =)
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The reservoirs are pretty stout...you could use one to club somebody if needed thumb.gif

I have to agree...that build is just flat out INSANE. I spent about 10 minutes checking out all the little details...and now I have this overwhelming urge to play Mario Brothers...while eating Jolly Ranchers =)

I thought I was the only one. But fer me it's GoGurt Pops. thumb.gif

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Fantastic job! thumb.gif I love how you did the bends and the way the colors go together. Did you have to do anything to prevent sagging on the reservoirs, especially the bottom one?

Thanks for the kind compliments Deedaz and everyone else well i think there kind compliments lol. Yeah the reservoirs are very strong and well made the only reasons I needed to use one mount at the end of each res is because there was just too much wiggle going on if I just used the bay drive brackets.I think installing the mounts was the most stressful part of the build. I actually had to level the case and reserviors pull the 5 point laser level out to line up the holes because if I drilled them in the wrong place that's it I'd have to go get another piece of 3/4" acrylic and start all over. Not to mention I had to drill everything with my dewalt drill because the acrylic wouldn't fit on the drill press, I'm actually amazed i was able to drill and tap where the tubes go through the wall without using the drill press. No clue how I lucked out and the 55mm mounts fit perfectly just needed to get a hold of some 90mm hex m4 screws. Not sure how many fittings I used all together but there has to be at least over 100 places that could leak, I was actually expecting leaks not a one. You guys are right insane build my eyes are still messed up from using those measuring kits:) I was going to use different fittings but I'm glad I didn't the extra efforts you take in using monsoon fittings are well worth it in the end. Oh and those chain gun fitting are just too sexy IMO. Any chance of getting them in white in the future?
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I think all the colors was a brave choice that paid off very well. It is easy to go overboard with color and if it isn't well executed you get all of the "eclectic" and not much of the wow. You nailed it tho IMO.
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Something's lurking in the shadows.....



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What an awesome CCFL mounting systems we are treated to with MMRS thumb.gif

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Here are some pics for the DrillMaster I reviewed here. Finally got the phone so I could put them up. tongue.gif

Unboxing the boxed unit. wink.gif





Since we've all seen these a few times I chose to skip the whole unit and show it without the protective shroud covering the spindle and blade.



Removed the miter vice to check the deck height with a piece of 5/8" hardline. Fits reasonably with the deck barely able to be scored by the blade.



It still requires a bit of filing on the rounded portions you can see here but a flat file should allow enough material to be removed to get a cut clean through 5/8" pipe. I will likely Dremel a short line into the deck to keep the blade safe from the harder deck material and to keep the tubing clean of metallic debris. biggrin.gif



The Blade has been used. There is a slight score on the part number of the blade. It's a "\" angle across the #42805. Straight through the # symbol the number 4 and ends at the front base of the 2. Also the directional rotation marker is slightly worn. Having handled my fair share of Dremel bits and blades, I've never seen these kinds of marks on something packaged up and new. There are no teeth missing so I can live with it, but no way it should ever be sold as new. Whoever purchased, used and returned it should be ashamed of themselves imho. It's not like these things cost a Mint after all. I wil be contacting Harbor Freight and letting them know however. Even if they don't make it right with me, maybe they can train their people better. I would've never refunded on this saw. "You used it you bought it." rolleyes.gif



Sorry for the potato pics. This last one I wasn't able to get a clean straight shot but you can see at the Rotation marker what I am referring to maybe. thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by Ceadderman - 6/13/16 at 2:33pm
 
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Detailed review just posted with plenty plenty info on the MMRS, particularly the MMRS-TRP

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Originally Posted by BoxGods View Post

I think all the colors was a brave choice that paid off very well. It is easy to go overboard with color and if it isn't well executed you get all of the "eclectic" and not much of the wow. You nailed it tho IMO.

Thanks Boxgods made my day to read your reply. Thanks for all the awesome products you guys come up with. A bay reservoir with a tube on the back if I want and I can mix and match colors and lengths. Just pure awesomeness!!

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Here are some pics for the DrillMaster I reviewed here. Finally got the phone so I could put them up. tongue.gif

Unboxing the boxed unit. wink.gif





Since we've all seen these a few times I chose to skip the whole unit and show it without the protective shroud covering the spindle and blade.



Removed the miter vice to check the deck height with a piece of 5/8" hardline. Fits reasonably with the deck barely able to be scored by the blade.



It still requires a bit of filing on the rounded portions you can see here but a flat file should allow enough material to be removed to get a cut clean through 5/8" pipe. I will likely Dremel a short line into the deck to keep the blade safe from the harder deck material and to keep the tubing clean of metallic debris. biggrin.gif



The Blade has been used. There is a slight score on the part number of the blade. It's a "\" angle across the #42805. Straight through the # symbol the number 4 and ends at the front base of the 2. Also the directional rotation marker is slightly worn. Having handled my fair share of Dremel bits and blades, I've never seen these kinds of marks on something packaged up and new. There are no teeth missing so I can live with it, but no way it should ever be sold as new. Whoever purchased, used and returned it should be ashamed of themselves imho. It's not like these things cost a Mint after all. I wil be contacting Harbor Freight and letting them know however. Even if they don't make it right with me, maybe they can train their people better. I would've never refunded on this saw. "You used it you bought it." rolleyes.gif



Sorry for the potato pics. This last one I wasn't able to get a clean straight shot but you can see at the Rotation marker what I am referring to maybe. thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif


What exactly are we using this for? I looked up your other posts to see if I could find out why your using this to cut the tubing but couldn't really find anything. I'm very curious to see what your actually going to use the drill master for??????
Edited by geox19 - 6/15/16 at 1:31pm
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Originally Posted by fast_fate View Post

Detailed review just posted with plenty plenty info on the MMRS, particularly the MMRS-TRP

Where can said review be found?

I also love the CCFL mounting for the MMRS. I'm waiting for my S8 to arrive and that res and CCFL kit are on my list to accumulate.

Edit: Sorry, I just found it. My brain eventually associated your handle with the massive radiator roundup over at that "other" site. I will dig in immediately.
Edited by Master Chicken - 6/15/16 at 1:49pm
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