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HAF 922 Casemod by "tantric"


tantric

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i usually don't plan ahead with any of my projects. i actually have no concept designs for this one yet. just a few sketches here and there. and work my way as i go along with the mod.

used a dremel to cut the mesh on the rear exhaust.

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also did the same for the top panel.

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after.

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side panel window.

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side panel mod part II:

i decided to add a few more accents as the original window looked too plain and dull for my taste :D

making guidelines for the cut.

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here's me cutting the panel.

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the finished cut.

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side panel mod part III "side vents"

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the original plan was to add some mesh for the side intakes. but after doing some sketches, i decided to try out a different idea.

i started with some left over acrylic pieces lying around in the shop.

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after gluing the pieces together.

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test fit :D

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"side projects"

while waiting for the powdercoated panels to arrive, i was bored and decided to play around with some extra stuffs i have lying around in the shop.

a spare xspc acrylic restop.

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guidlelines.

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the hacksaw is your friend...

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sanding the edges smooth.

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my original plan was to make a smaller version of this reservoir. but then another crazy idea came to mind. lol!

i decided to crack off the remaining acrylic pieces.

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then i used a G1/4 thread to tap an inlet valve.

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after sanding and painting.

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