Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone -- FINISHED

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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone

Post by hailrazer » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:18 am

Jidan wrote:And the paint doesn't get scratched off at all? (I guess because of so many coats)
Of course the paint can get scratched off. Even with a clear coat the paint will get scratched off if you scratch it bad enough. But Krylon fusion actually etches itself into the plastic. So even if you scratch it the paint has gone far enough into the plastic that it is the same color in the scratch.
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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone

Post by Jidan » Wed Apr 28, 2010 11:53 am

Well I know it will scratch off if you sit there and try, but I meant is it easy to accidentally scratch off, which I guess is a no for the most part

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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone

Post by argelfraster » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:53 pm

hailrazer wrote:
argelfraster wrote:I'm using both a super pad and an official gamecube joystick, but I cant quite get it to work.
How are you wiring yours up?
There are three different boards on the SuperPad's, so it depends on what revision you have.
SuperPad 64 Plus (on the back it says P300 next to the controller name) if that helps at all.

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Post by technoman » Thu May 13, 2010 8:43 pm

i like the paint job you should get a matte clear coat so its not shiny at all even in the bright sun
never leave you're soldering iron on while cleaning you're room (believe me it hurts)
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Post by hailrazer » Mon May 17, 2010 7:23 pm

Finished :


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Post by limpport » Mon May 17, 2010 7:39 pm

Oooooo, shiny.....!

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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone -- FINISHED

Post by neverused » Mon May 17, 2010 8:54 pm

I like it, though if I remember correctly, this will be your last Kamikaze, right? If it's not, have you considered placing the fany where the coin battery recess is, so you can avoid filling that part?

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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone -- FINISHED

Post by hailrazer » Mon May 17, 2010 8:59 pm

neverused wrote:I like it, though if I remember correctly, this will be your last Kamikaze, right? If it's not, have you considered placing the fany where the coin battery recess is, so you can avoid filling that part?
It won't fit anywhere but on either side under the triggers. No room anywhere else.
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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone -- FINISHED

Post by neverused » Mon May 17, 2010 9:16 pm

I noticed that you elected to keep the original heatsinks (a la Darth64 I believe), do they work just as well as the other ones you've used in the past?

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Re: Hailrazer's 4th N64 Portable.. Another Clone -- FINISHED

Post by hailrazer » Mon May 17, 2010 9:30 pm

neverused wrote:I noticed that you elected to keep the original heatsinks (a la Darth64 I believe), do they work just as well as the other ones you've used in the past?

I switched back to smaller heatsinks, I didn't have room for the original.
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