Introduction: Xbox 360 Case Completely Re-cased!!!

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hey everyone, i just wanted to show off my xbox 360 that i just recently re-cased into a stainless steel case.  the front and back still needs some work. had a couple problems when i got everything in, i had added a 5volt regulator the the fans and they were running to slow and it red ringed, i went back to 12volts. ( really loud) i would love some feedback on what you think. 

thanks everyone!


anthony.murray.52 (author)2016-02-16

very rough

Old Nubbins (author)2011-02-05

What's under the toilet paper?

IIwootII (author)2011-02-05

still lots of work to do(the front mostly). thinking about filling the two memory card slots ( dont use memory cards) and also the eject button cause i can eject it at the dashboard. also have no yet mounts the back part yet because i have not cut out the exhaust fan yet. (require more cut-off disks) also just incase you were wondering the buld only cost me like 20$ (if you already have a steel case to put it in.)

IIwootII (author)2011-02-05

the case itself does not wieght alot at all, i dont even notice the difference in wieght.

zack247 (author)2011-02-05

out of curiosity, with this metal case, how much would you say it weighs?

DragonsWars (author)2011-02-05

Weird designed, but little good job!

dasimpson1981 (author)2011-02-04

what a mess

IIwootII (author)2011-02-04

haha no i used an old KVS controller case (stainless steel).

Dr. Pepper (author)2011-02-04


NatNoBrains (author)2011-02-04

So, it's made out of cardboard?

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