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maybe it jsut has to be made... not sold out..

interesting store however

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wish they had more of a selection like a billet window from a submarine for my Tsunami Dream

LOL

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That's Bill Owen's site.

 

You've never seen any of the cases he's done before?

 

He's quite well know, both here in the US and in the UK!

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I've stubbled across him looking up thremaltake tsunami mods. I dont think anyone would know who he is unless they did ike I did or someone told them about him. Now everyone knows. And I think his mod shop is new isnt it? Because I wanted to buy from him once before but didnt see a shop on his website. Could be wrong? :)

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He's had this shop open for quite a while. Really good guy, WAAAY into hotrods + cars!

 

As you can see, a lot of the inspiration for the billet aluminum parts he's designing and manufacturing comes from car + bike parts.

 

There's also some really good tutorials on that site about using Dremel's to do modding projects, cutting windows, etc.

 

I bought a case modded by Bill, the SC150, which is a slightly modified Compucase LX-6A19. (He deosn't sell 'em any more..) It's extremely plain-looking - just jet black - but's it's built lke a tank, has tons of room, and fantastic airflow. With 3x120MM sleeve-bearing Globe fans, I can barely hear the rig run with no other noise in the room!

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Guest Blooz1

He's had this shop open for quite a while. Really good guy, WAAAY into hotrods + cars!

 

As you can see, a lot of the inspiration for the billet aluminum parts he's designing and manufacturing comes from car + bike parts.

 

There's also some really good tutorials on that site about using Dremel's to do modding projects, cutting windows, etc.

 

I bought a case modded by Bill, the SC150, which is a slightly modified Compucase LX-6A19. (He deosn't sell 'em any more..) It's extremely plain-looking - just jet black - but's it's built lke a tank, has tons of room, and fantastic airflow. With 3x120MM sleeve-bearing Globe fans, I can barely hear the rig run with no other noise in the room!

 

Bill posts a lot in this forum;

Wiz D Forum?

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Thanks for that info. I really like some of the ideas he has for case mods. Much of his stuff can only be found from him because no one else makes it. I think for case modders out there his shop should be perfect for new ideas and custom designs. Im also into hotrods since Im a mechanic.

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