Project: Killer Penguin - murderMod TJ07

Discussion in 'Extreme and Water Cooling' started by converge, Jan 12, 2010.

  1. zeropluszero

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    Jay man, on the subject if this build, who did you have drill the holes in the midplate?
    I'm going to need two holes near the fan controller in my v352, and I need someone to not butcher it.
     
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    No worries. Definatly an awesome project to undertake, just sucks to get parts now with murdermod being on haitus. I'd even consider doing it again!

    My girlfriends step dad helped me with them as I'm a bit of a pansy when it comes to power tools. He used a holesaw for the tube holes though which came out fine seeing as hes used a holesaw many times before but I think the tool to get for those kinds of jobs is the one el beasto used. Not sure what it's called though.
     
  3. zeropluszero

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    What's the possibility of asking him to do my holes? Paid job of course.
    I'd prefer to have someone who's done it before do it, and I'm just as much of a pansy.

    It's a step down tool I believe.

    Gammods shipped my bitspower case fill sets today, so I'd have to mount the block and check tubing runs.
     
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    Never going to happen man, even for money. He used to be an apprentice and now runs his own business so whenever I ask about him about doing small shitty jobs he brings up how doesn't have to do that shit anymore. It was a pain to get him to help me with mine lol

    I'll offer you motivational support and limited guidance if you want it :thumbup:
     
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    Ok. Maybe I'll ask Steve if he'll send me the step down and I'll give it a go.
     
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    Step drill bit, http://www.stepdrillbit.com/ easy to use, only need a G clamp and a hand drill, check my work log and look at the holes in my mid plate, thats how i made them, dont stress about being a pansy with power tools as this bit is used with low pressure and low speed, just make sure you use a small drill bit to pilot the hole, or use a punch. If your stressed about it, i live in 3155 and have up to a Inch step bit and could bash it out for you in five minutes.
     
  7. zeropluszero

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    Even better. My parents live in boronia, what's your schedule like next
    Monday?
     
  8. h2oxide

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    Its called a step drillbit and they're pretty good, you can pick one up from bunnings and just attach to drill works a charm
     
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    work next monday, finish at 4-30, im usually home around 5, pm me if you want me to do it for ya, only thing i ask is you measure and mask beforehand =]
     
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    I found 1x TJ07 front bay cover in my storage shelves, looks like all the others ones were in my other TJ07. Want me to give it to Matt to pass on to you?
     
  11. Wootwagon

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    yeah that would be rad! im gonna start asking around on the forums to see if anyone has spares they want to sell, cause the front plate is gonna take a while and i want to get my rig across to it in the next fortnight =]
     
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    Well I was a fan of using the Kama bays in the TJ07, they looked pretty close good, and allowed some top airflow, but I can't wait to see where you'r going for the front bays.
     
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    just want to say - the sleeving on the ATX connector to the mobo is fantastic. like, blew my mind good.

    well done :thumbup:
     
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    Good stuff, J ! I love your work. :thumbup:
    keep up man

    P.s: How could you pay for all goodies while you only want work 3 days a week... slacker :lol:.
    It s me, A ! ^^
     
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    Need moar pleaseeeee
     
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    I like that you rebuild a lot cause it gives me something to look at but you need to stop..
     
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    How many alt acc's is that now? Also, I accept that. Its his TJ07 that inspired mine after-all.
     
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    Mmm tj07 goodness. All other cases look old and daggy.
     
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    Agree'd. Holding out for the new murderBox.
     
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    Yeah I know, just get bored with the same thing too quickly!

    :lol:

    Haha I like everything about this build except the tubing/fittings and the mid plate. Could probably do something nicer with the pumps too
     

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