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P3 Shells (How about Some Member How To's)

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by envisionabove, Jul 25, 2015.

  1. envisionabove

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    Our Friends at Advexure.com have started shipping the Shells for the P3's.
    I see several have ordered including myself.

    Are any Members setup for Video that want to do a how to?

    Just thinking out loud.
     
  2. FredSheldon

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    I suspect once they watch such a video they may decide to repair rather than replace their shell :)
     
  3. wordsmith

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    Not really setup for video, but I'm taking notes and pics as I go, so will try to put it all together in a PDF format when I'm finished and post if anyone's interested. On the other hand, if I get it all put back together and it's bricked, you'll never hear from me again.:oops:
     
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  5. Sky King

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    Just finished mine last night. Got my shell from Advexure.com and it took me about 2.5hrs to get the job done. Was concerned about the LED's but they came right off with light prying. Was going to do video and pics but didn't want to go through all the hassle of stopping, editing etc. I mentioned this in another thread but the worst part of the whole process was fishing the wires of the VPS system through the body and then the legs and getting the right wires in the right legs. Fortunately, the wires are different lengths so it is fairly logical. Simply do it methodical and put the screws together in piles the way they came off and you'll do fine.
     
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