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Time for exhaust V4 system, tubing made in stainless steel mesh an inch, exhaust pipes made in aluminium and acrylic.


Lots of work and very few words, graphics on below.


First ensemble test.


First V4 configuration, the top exhaust pipes are displayed in tandem.


When I had the tandem idea I thought that was a good idea, but now I have my doubts.


Stay close and have a nice day.



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That is some serious metal work there Isidro, nice to see you again in competition bro :)

Keep on good and unique work


Thank you my friend, glad to see you here.


Update with the new and classical position exhaust pipes.


Since last time I managed to change the exhaust system in order to look more pleasant, however the silencers weren´t all equal and I did some new ones.


Also forgot to take more pictures before move to next step.

Few of them for now.



Thank you for your support and do not forget to have a nice day.



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Last time I left the front behind because I was improve it, and so turns out more like my avatar, for now the middle section in stainless steel mesh and the usb 3.0 eyes.


At the same post the instrumental panel, aka Asus ROG front panel, didn´t test yet, only saw the box pictures.


The pictures on below.


Still some issues to solve, but nothing special, almost there.


Thank you for your support and have a nice day.



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Greetings everyone, there´s been a while since last post.
Since last time I went to Saudi Arabia to work and now I´m back in vacations.
Sometimes life is a mystery and turns out to unexpected.
And now, after almost half an year comes one update.
Today I bring the Cooler Master gear for the Bellardo.
My many thanks to Sofia Mota and Cooler Master Portugal.
The pack.
Cooler Master V750, a small atx psu with gold certification and full modular.
Comes with all flat design cables and unique style.
One of the world´s best thermal compound.
The coolers, V8 GTS from Cooler Master will do for the heads of the V4 engine, You´ll get the idea.
As well they are pretty awesome for modding without losing cooling performance.
Last photo shows the right V8 prepared to embrace the gpu.
"That´s all folks" said the Bug(s) Bunny.
My apologies for the time gap I say.
Have a nice day.
BTW is good to be back.


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One small update for the day.

The V8 had received rgb lights instead of red,
Shall we see one Cooler Master V8 GTS in purple's original brand color,...
and others too.
First step.


Changed, and first look.



Mounted in proper place.


Cooler Master official color, ( I know, I have a bag with it).









Thank you for reading,

And have a nice day.

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Small update with the Cooler Master V8 GTS, "gpu" version.

After the rgb lights, one of the V8 went to work with gpu.

The additional covers are made in 4mm tick aluminium.


Thanks for your support and have a nice day.


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Hi guys, 

Here goes one update.

This time I started the calibration of the bike, introduced also the graphics on place, a support for it, first part of lower grill.
Made partial assembly, and of course the paint did not went well ( ?again?).
Pictures on below.
On the front I replace the center stainless steel for regular mesh steel.DSC_0417_zpslph0yncb.jpg

This one looks like a drag bike.


New cover to ROG front panel.


The V8 GTS, front bloc.


That´s all for now, still lots of work to do but slowly is taking shape.

Thanks for your support and have a nice day.


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Here comes an update with the buttons, usb 3.0 and more.

Ongoing the work in front this time I managed to fill the holes with polyester resin and fix the elements in right position.

The usb side was going odd and I made two aluminium pieces to cover the excess.
The following pictures on below.


Despite this project taking to long I´m still learning how to make some details/parts.

Thanks for read and have a nice day.

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