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Old 8th February 2006, 18:18   #1
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Mach1 modding to mach2 supercharged for a guy called: The Bat

This mach1 is for a dutch friend, he is a fan of batman so the unit is tranformed to his needs

First i drawed the template on the sidepanel.



Did some jiggsawing.



Then an option from the house, a LP gauge.



Removed the unit from his cage.



Preinstalled a desuperheater.



Brazed it onto the discharge and inlet condensor.



Made a new suctionline for the unit, 3/8 tube and 3/8 ID flexline.



Then the most important thing of the mod, The evaporator.
Stock evap is crap with crappy mounting, lets change that.
The evap is made by joe_cool and ordered by Jan.



Then there was fire



Heating the evap up.



Every space is filled with sylphos brazing rods.



Cooling down but still purging to keep the damn moisture outside where it belongs.



Cleaned the evap a littlebit. Clean on the inside and clean on the outside.



Gauge installed on the service connection.



Preinstalled the sidepanel to show where the gauge is about.

still need to fix the insulation but i ran out of it so need to order some more.



Front side.



The unit is vacuming right now so i'll post some pics later this night



this baby is going to get a high gloss black paint later this week
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I would recommend using some bright (fluo) yellow inside that case too. I think it would make it more 'bling bling' then without the yellow parts. Keep it up Jort
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blue/red CCFL action inside too?
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Old 9th February 2006, 13:42   #4
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Nice job there Jort !
He needs this for a topcase





Found here http://www.amdgamer.com/read.php?rid=140&page=2&type=2
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design is okay; but build quality... wait on Piotke's review
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I would recommend using some bright (fluo) yellow inside that case too. I think it would make it more 'bling bling' then without the yellow parts. Keep it up Jort
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i'll see what i can do about it
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update:





tomorrow i'll complete the insulation and then its painting the unit

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the owner will paint the unit because i don't have any time for it.

prepared some shrinkthing





tomorrow i'll insulated some more and then its ready to be picked up.
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Insulated everything and its ready to be picked up.





tomorrow i am going to add a 10K vr resistor between the tempsensor because the alarm can kiss my a**

greetz people
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"Cooling down but still purging to keep the damn moisture outside where it belongs."

You purge it with?? Some inert gas?
 
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