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t500 rs mod add on f1

Discussion in 'DIY peripherals' started by spyderwash, May 5, 2015.

  1. spyderwash

    spyderwash genesy sim Gold Contributor

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    I modified my t500 rs add on f1 to make it look more real, I performed some changes by inserting a sli max and I run watertransfer to recreate carbon effect, work in the connections it was not difficult, everything is explained very well the difficulty is always spaces as I maintained and developed the original electronic rotary encoder as middle button[​IMG] [​IMG]


    watertransfer technique

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    Now that is a real ingenious work of art @spyderwash...just brilliant!
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    Very nice steering wheel, a hydrographic technique is very Interesting, not too complicated to do?
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    no it is not too complicated it takes calm and follow the instructions and the result is obtained
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    Essayez avec cette orthographe : As tu un lien pour plus d'info sur water transfer technique
    Have you a pout more info link on technical watertransfer
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    many information and techniques to find them on youtube I followed the tutorial
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    ok thank you spyderwash
    a link from a merchant for those to whom the interested.
    http://hydrographic-design.fr/
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    only you have to be careful to thoroughly clean the piece where the applied film 32c water temperature and how to position the film in water are still instructions
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    good job !!! very nice
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    Thank ZIGZAG
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    thank you for this nice link