MonsterMawd

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  1. You appear to have the skills to make that a reality btw, I featured your build on our site, with link to your project log, https://mnpctech.com/vw-volkswagen-golf-rabbit-mk1-custom-gaming-pc-case-mod.html
  2. Yes, and even more rare is the Two door version. We did find one in local yard here,
  3. Youre up late... Do you work for EK as well? I talk to Eddy often. also owned mk1 GLI,
  4. MonsterMawd

    Eternal

    I like the exposed light tubes!
  5. brilliant idea and execution, and I've owned four mk1s
  6. this case has lots of great modding potential, glad to see you've illustrated this.
  7. Stainless steel? very nice.....
  8. Thanks for being patient! Max's Falcon XB seems to be stuck in the mud atm. 2019 has been overwhelming busy for us. So many new projects in the works, https://mnpctech.com/promote-game-release-gaming-computer-pc-giveaway.html
  9. Once again my personal build has been temporarily derailed while I take on other build commitments to pay the bills. Hopefully I can get back to this soon.
  10. Sorry for lack of updates, I had to pause progress so i could get the exodus pc finished for their launch
  11. looking on ebay at 3dfx cards, BIN listings, which doesn't mean they will sell, but none the less, wishing I kept my voodoo 5 card.
  12. Hey guys, I've started a Retro PC build series on my YT, here's ep 1 "Mod like it's 1999" I'm planning 2 -3 more videos and asking for photos of your Cooler Master Gaming PC builds from 1995 - 2005. (for photo montage at end of video) I will include at least one of your photos posted here and credit your screen name in the video. Photos can be taken today, but All hardware must be from 1995 - 2005 era, including the case.
  13. Hi everyone, My apologies for the lack of updates. I've had to start another project build for a client. Paying gigs keep the lights on, so Max will need to temporarily park the Falcon. I may bring it out and share a new update for mental break if time allows. I will be starting a worklog for this new build once the NDA is lifted, I think it will be a real spectacle once it's finished.
  14. Painted the engine and injector air scoop silver alum
  15. Out of curiosity I grabbed this Vertical GPU bracket to see how the GPU looks in front of the Enermax chassis. Hmmmmm
  16. sorry for late update today, the V8 fuel injector Scoop done, Everything on the engine needs to be painted Dark Silver Aluminum
  17. As promised, I'm ditching the scoop on the scale V8 and making the Scott Superslot fuel injector scoop from Max's V8. I started by makingthe top and bottom portions from acrylic, but getting the 45 angle degree bend from acrylic is "challenging" without the acrylic warping. I ditched that idea and made another bottom half from 20 gauge sheet metal. Which reminded me I really need a new bending brake. The two pieces are joined together with Scotchweld DP-190 epoxy. I need to make the base next, and maybe add the fuel lines.
  18. Do you guys keep the factory fans you pull from cases? I honestly ask myself why I keep them?
  19. yesterday, I found time to make mounting bracket from 20 gauge steel for the 80mm radiator
  20. Cutting opening for the radiator lines, finishing edges with Black u-channel molding trim
  21. The Max mod is consuming my bench space, haha. Last night I cut opening in the 5.25 bay to route the tubing from the 80mm radiator
  22. I'm going to cut the top panel again and rotate the 80mm radiator 90 degrees, so the radiator is no longer protruding so high. I stumbled upon this hydraulic shock in my junk drawer and used it as support for the scale engine. I may replace it with something else if/when it feels right. btw, the supercharger in the movie could be turned on and off via an electrical switch, which isnt true in reality. They elevated the supercharger upon brackets over the engine with an electric motor, haha. The photo below illustrates the same electric supercharger setup as the movie.