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Poll Results: What is your Overall Opinion on this case

 
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post #22751 of 28613
I will say tho,performance wise the HF is right up there. its their CS which i have a problem with....and their 'nickle' plating.
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post #22752 of 28613
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
I will say tho,performance wise the HF is right up there. its their CS which i have a problem with....and their 'nickle' plating.
Is the nickle done poorly on their blocks? Because the setup I was thinking of getting is this one: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=30019

Planning to use different tubes, add a 120 rad, and use distilled water w/ silver coil or whatever its called.
post #22753 of 28613
its a good kit,worth getting. The XSPC kits are good too for the money.plus the pump/res are drive bay fitment.
http://www.realredraider.com/vbullet...ad.php?t=47917
If your interested in the plating issues..
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post #22754 of 28613
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Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE View Post
its a good kit,worth getting. The XSPC kits are good too for the money.plus the pump/res are drive bay fitment.
http://www.realredraider.com/vbullet...ad.php?t=47917
If your interested in the plating issues..
OK maybe I'll rethink the EK blocks. Problem with the pump/res being drive bay fitment is I'll have my HDDs there.
Edited by nitrousoxide10 - 7/22/11 at 1:19pm
post #22755 of 28613
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You mean cutting the top panel and mounting the 240 there? I was thinking of removing the HDD rack and having the 240 in the bottom. HDDs would be moved to the 5" bays.
That is the ticket..
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post #22756 of 28613
Hey guys, how do you remove the HDD cage? Do you have to cut it out?
post #22757 of 28613
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Hey guys, how do you remove the HDD cage? Do you have to cut it out?
Drill out the rivets.
post #22758 of 28613
hhhhhmmmmm... what i'm hoping to make mine in the next few days:


Edited by Kaneda13 - 7/22/11 at 5:20pm
    
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post #22759 of 28613
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hhhhhmmmmm... what i'm hoping ot make mine in the next few days:

Cool, what kind of engine it have?
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Cool, what kind of engine it have?
The engine is a 1098 cc putting out about 95 Hp in a 1350 lb car. Engine has maybe 10 hours on a fresh re-build. It has been bored to the legal max.. Head has three angle valve job, with the larger 1275 valves, very stiff double springs, bronze guides, mildly ported, and manifold matched. Cam is "949" full race with solid lifters, roller rockers, and adjustable cam gear. Pistons are British Leyland race Alum., rods are BL 0.010, smoothed, and magnifluxed with ARP bolts. Crank is a big bearing forged steel, with 0.010 mains and rod journals which are radiused, cross drilled, oil restricted and nitrided. Flywheel is steel but lightened. The entire rotating assembly is balanced clear back to the clutch. Runs smoothly up to 7000 RPM, the max. for this crank.
    
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