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About PBaines

  • Title
    *Elite Modder and Sleever*
  • Birthday Sep 12, 1994

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  • Location
    New Zealand
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Water Cooler and Modder at heart. No build stays with me for more than 6 months, I just like new stuff ;D

    I have 3 builds in the "Gallery" tab if you wish to check them out!
  • Occupation
    Yardman at a meat processing plant

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  1. From one desk builder to another, this is looking really good. I was 17 when I started on mine too! Keep it up mate, you've definitely got access to some good power tools there.
  2. The early M7's power buttons are flat, and the later model ones have a slight raise. Best thing to do is if the connector is broken, is get a new charging assembly. a very time consuming process and would be quite hard but probably the only option you have if it is indeed beeeroken
  3. I'm kidding, I won't be calling it that. To me it is just "The Desk"
  4. Well well. Bit of a bump here. I have gotten some free time in the coming weeks and will endeavor to get the revised version done. I have also finalised my sketch for it too, what you see is what it will look like Be ready for awesome 2.0 I have also called this desk Might get it printed out and put it on the glass Erection Resurrection
  5. So it's been quite busy for me in the past few months. And they were not exactly trouble free months either! Firstly an overcharging alternator at the 'Hanmer Meet' which blew all my relays and destroyed my little tacho circuitry. Resulting in an unexpected weeks stay in CHCH (which turned out to be awesome, expensive... but awesome) But now we have her up and running sweet. Just need a new diff head because my one has a slightly bent pinion but that's not a biggie. She drives like a dream and has a big power increase over the ol' 4K
  6. Yes, Biocice will prevent Algae growth. It is cheap enough to get. I personally use the Mayhems stuff. You could run it for a few months before anything happened but I would rather have a few drops of biocide just for the ease of mind.
  7. yip sure thing, it is somewhere in this thread but won't make you dig your way through it!
  8. I really like some of the concepts you have used in this build, one specifically is how you've routed in the cable management slots. Kudos to you
  9. If you stop and look at the desk, think about how things have been done. Really, the process of doing this all is relatively simple. However, all though it is simple, the thing that gets people is the precision. It can be quite tricky to use a router, can be a little tricky to use your biscuit joiner and get all of the sections to line up with each other. If you can dedicate a lot of time, and practice on scrap bits of timber completing a project like this, all though time consuming is very possible to an extreme rookie. In terms of wood used, how long is a piece of string? To figure that o
  10. Cheers lads, will get a few more photo's shortly. Am coming to a completion of the project, and am very much looking forward to starting on the next! Then it will be time to uncover the old watercooled desk and remaster that. If only money grey and trees and time was endless
  11. So the KE30 is all running now, taken it for a drive and am very happy with the performance increase. I have also bought a Link G4 Atom which I will get around to wiring in at some point, which then I'll take it in to get tuned nicely. Taking in the car to an engineer tomorrow to get the restud sorted so I can get rid of those whorey bikkies on the back One of the fuel injector seals had carked it so decided to replace them all. At $9 each they're kinda crucial so price didn't worry me New radiator hoses for the bottom piece, new radiator would have been EASIER however the one in ther
  12. So been a bit of progression. It was down at the electricians getting all the loom wired up which took a couple of days. Also the water outlet/inlet needed to be modified as the thermostat bypass was corroded so water would have leaked everywhere pretty much, so get them welded over and drilled some holes in the thermostat to allow a small amount of water to flow through till the thermostat opens. Also got my driveshaft back which fits nicely Topped up the Diff with some LSD oil, and also the Gearbox. Just need to do the new fuel line and clutch assembly (master/slave cylinder
  13. Definitely keeping, I wouldn't put this much effort into it otherwise! Haha. Plus they're getting pretty hard to find