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post #3191 of 3203 (permalink) Old 12-15-2018, 01:22 PM
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Little update To my old rig!
9x corsair LL rgb fan's few you cant see one is in the cpu v8 fan and on the back ,

Ran out of side screws for the fans , Anyone got extras or where to buy more of them
Could use plexy mod ,
could use a few spare frontal fan mount ,


Yes my case needs a major ocd wire help
Ideas to change , V8 Cooler master is huge , So going corsair liquid dual rad , would gave me cpu space for the two upper fans on the side of the case and two top mounts fan maybe ,

right hand panel has the two fans from the front where i put the LL corsair , but the switch on them still controls the fans on theright side witch dont match haha ,
pictures do no justice to these fans :O
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post #3192 of 3203 (permalink) Old 03-04-2019, 08:41 AM
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My 2018 Lanboy Ryzen Build

Hello, I am new to the Lanboy Air scene more or less, and I just built in my first lanboy a few months ago, as much as I love these cases, I have a couple of parts cases I plan to work on... I am finishing up some replacement parts and some custom panels (that support 360mm rads) as well that I will be 3D printing... I am also looking to buy a few more of them if they are in relatively decent shape and for a decent price... Open to any suggestions and parts requests... (Build list: https://pcpartpicker.com/b/DxdXsY )
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post #3193 of 3203 (permalink) Old 04-06-2019, 03:33 PM
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Does anyone have some custom bungee cables for sale? I'd love to take this case into the next decade.
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post #3194 of 3203 (permalink) Old 04-08-2019, 11:53 AM
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Anyone happen to have Parts for this case or extras laying around ,

Recently my Usb port up top broke some usb's ,
could also use a few frton fan bezel's as id love to maybe have 3 or so of them up front ,

Some custom plexy for the sides or top would be neat also

THe bungy is the worst who has tought of mounting a Hard drive cage of the sort in this? ,
Currently i got two smaller ssd and one 3,5'
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post #3195 of 3203 (permalink) Old 04-16-2019, 04:13 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by splizaat View Post
Anyone happen to have Parts for this case or extras laying around ,

Recently my Usb port up top broke some usb's ,
could also use a few frton fan bezel's as id love to maybe have 3 or so of them up front [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG] ,

Some custom plexy for the sides or top would be neat also [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

THe bungy is the worst who has tought of mounting a Hard drive cage of the sort in this? ,
Currently i got two smaller ssd and one 3,5'
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I have these parts left over.
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post #3196 of 3203 (permalink) Old 04-16-2019, 04:40 PM
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Does anyone have some custom bungee cables for sale? I'd love to take this case into the next decade.
Forgot I still had some extras. I put them on ebay. 5 pairs I have. I am from Canada...
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post #3197 of 3203 (permalink) Old 10-21-2019, 11:58 AM
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Hi Rehaj

How did you cut your case down - any tips (would love to do similar)?
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post #3198 of 3203 (permalink) Old 10-21-2019, 11:59 AM
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[QUOTE=rehaj;26505931]Quote:Originally Posted by rehaj 

My LBA mini

Waiting for some hardware....






Power and HDD led's on both sides where the side panel went in.



Reset button used as the power button and relocated to bottom of case.




Hi Rehaj

How did you cut your case down - any tips (would love to do similar)?
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post #3199 of 3203 (permalink) Old 10-21-2019, 01:10 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by lloyd709 View Post
Hi Rehaj

How did you cut your case down - any tips (would love to do similar)?

It's held together with rivets.

Measure and plan out what you want/need
take it apart by drilling out the rivets
label what pieces go where and choose if you want to go inverted
I used a hacksaw to cut them to length, file/sand down sharps edges and get them as square as possible

I think I redrilled new holes along with the current ones for the new rivets when putting it back together. I cut the bottom portion of the case to fit what I had. Repainted from yellow to graphite using duplicolor wheel paint. I am only using SSD's so I didn't plan for 3.5 drives. They could possibly fit on the back of the case. If you look at the case, I basically just removed the 3.5 hard drive part of the original case.


I just cleaned it out and took some pics. There is another piece of smoked acrylic to seperate the GPU from the CPU. A chambered effect I suppose, so hot air from CPU doesn't reach the GPU area. I also moved the power button to the rear. All the original pieces can be put back on to make it look like the images you quoted.

Sorry if I am unclear. This was quite some time ago and I may not recall the whole process I did. Hope it helps you get an idea. It was pretty easy, just take your time. You'll learn what you can do with it once it start taking it apart.
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post #3200 of 3203 (permalink) Old 10-22-2019, 05:27 AM
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Many thanks for getting back - I saw the rivets and thought well that's the end of that idea as i wouldn't have thought about drilling them out but now after seeming your results and confirmation of what you did gives me a bit of confidence. On a side point I find it surprising that none of the case manufactures seem to have not thought to make a case without the area for 8 large hard drives that a lot of people don't use anymore!!
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