Time to run some of the hosing for the watercooling set up, and to check the clearances on the lines and where to put them.
The centre console in this truck worked very well to hide part of the hosing, and looks cool too!
The IDE cabling run we see here isn't too bad. It would have been nice to find a shorter cable, but this is all I had at the time.
Time to mount the power supply in the lower body. There isn't much room to play with, since I have to save room for the battery tray for the RC and the switches for the computer.
Thankfully, the power supply fitted OK, and the only issue was that it was a little deeper than the lower body.
Over all, the portion that sticks out of the bottom isn't too bad. It actually looks like there is a skid plate now!
I needed to move the plug for the power to the outer edge of the lower body, as well as mount the switches and the LEDs for the motherboard. Lots of wires, very little room.
Time to see if the two halves match up. You can spot that I've actually got a new radiator in here, one that fits a little better.
With just a few tweaks everything looks like it will fit, although the squeeze is pretty tight. I am just happy that I have been able to keep the cab and dash intact so far.