Rebuilding the probe… Project Midnight (PT:1)

February 19th, 2012 | Category: project midnight

Ok so my fiance has had a 93 probe for a while and I have put lots of time into fixing this car under the assumption that we would be able to get a rebuilt title for it. Low and behold we are not able to. So its time to buy another!

Tomorrow or friday I will be picking up my 95 5 speed 4cyl probe and fix it up!

My current probe is black with a black interior

The new one was purple then someone painted it red with cheap paint and I am going to sand it down clean it up and paint it black also.

Somewhere along the way the 95 also had the front and rear bumpers removed.

That is where my 93 comes in. I am removing the front and rear bumpers as well as the hood and front fenders and putting them on the 95 (god I hope it all fits right ) and then painting it all black.

Then I am going to swap out the grey interior on the 95 with the black from the 93 just because the 93 has a nicer interior and I like black

Anyone ready for the pictures of the 93 being taken down into pieces?

The 93 in the yard just collecting rust

In the garage about to be stripped

Hood off now for that pesky bumper!

Got the bumper off!

Now for the tail lights

Rear bumper cover?

Rear Bumper?

Hey look a pile of probe parts!

More pics to come when I pick up the 95

I still gotta remove the fenders also

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Bad Ass Desk Mod!

June 01st, 2009 | Category: Pc Mods

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This is what happens when you forget to buy a case for that new pc…you put it inside a desk :P

This desk is a computer with very nice specs actually. Kind of interesting but I myself prefer a regular case.

Specs you say?

How does this sound…

  • 4 GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 RAM
  • GeForce GTX 280 graphics card
  • 2x 300GB 10,000RPM VelociRaport HardDrives
  • Antex Kilowatt power supply
  • 3.0GHz Intel Core2Quad Processor

Ok so maybe its not the best specs out there but it is most certainly the fastest computer desk around :P

[Source: Gizmodo]

-Tracker

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What would you like to see modded?

May 18th, 2009 | Category: News

Give us some ideas guys comeon. I want to mod something just leave a comment or hit the Contact Us button to the right to submit your mod ideas. :)

-Tracker

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Xbox 360 modding….

May 08th, 2009 | Category: Tech Talk

After looking at youtube I REALLY want to mod my xbox 360 after viewing youtube for a few hours….Here is the question. Would you mod your nice working xbox 360? Answer in the comments!

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Building a new Desktop PT.1

April 24th, 2009 | Category: Gadgets,linux,Pc Mods,Tech Talk

I love building computers. Not only do I love building them, but also taking them apart. Tracker and I [Dark] have striped an entire computer down to nothing in just 1 minute flat. Thats no joke either. When building a new Desktop there are many things to consider. These are just some of the ones on my top priority list.
1. OS
An OS is a very funny thing. If your like me you want a Hack-n-tosh. At the same time you want to run Windows 7 and a Linux distro. OSX is very picky I hear about running on special hardware, atleast if you want it to run well, so maybe you really want to get an Intel processor with an ASUS motherboard because I hear they work best. Now for Windows 7 your also going to need a decent card, not to mention OSX. Linux is happy on almost any system so really if you wanted to you’d be fine getting lower specs.
2. Uses
Different uses of a computer are also important to me. Can I make this computer a Home server? Or will it only be able to surf the web? Will it be an HD movie machine or a gaming PC perhaps? I love all of thee above so my new machine is going to have to be powerful in many areas. But if maybe I wanted to make a simple computer for lets say, Boxee? Then I would be able to not spend so much money.
3. Lifespan
Lifespan is important because even if your computer is outdated before its even shipped (and it is) it still should last you a good 3 to 4 years, hopefully more, but that is very unlikely in these times where everything it obsolete the moment its created.
4. Hardware release dates
If you buy something the day it comes out its extremely expensive, but if you wait to long then its outdated and worthless. So your pretty much playing russian roulette and hoping you don’t shoot yourself later on down the road.

-Dark

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