Quad - Seoul Aleph III

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DaFABRICATA

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I finally made use of an Aleph III that I had not been using. I used 4 Mcr16s's and 4 Seoul U2 bins from ROK wired in series to a Shark. I had planned on using a Blue Shark for this build but it was not working correctly. Luckily I had an extra regular shark that was meant for another build. I made the heatsink by hand and it transfers the heat the to bezel nicely. I used all scrap metal again for the heatsinks.

- Aleph III Black Host
- 4 X Seoul U2 Bins
- 4 X McR16S Reflectors
- Shark Converter
- Handmade Heatsink

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Parts.
The NICE Round stock was not used. I found that other ugly plug of aluminum while riding my bike, it fits nicely. I'm glad I kept it:thumbsup: After a little sanding it was perfect for what I needed. The Main LED Heatsink was cut from 3/16 aluminum plate and handformed on a beltsander. Both heatsinks fit tight and fit against the bezel to transfer heat efficiantly, which it does well :eek:.

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I told you I use everything:shrug: If the size is right, I use it!

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Heatsinks/ Contact

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Uni-Bits are one of my most used modding tools.
Heatsink/Driver Housing

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Components- Misc. Scrap Metal/Plastic

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Completed Heatsink/ Driver Housing/ Contact pedistal.

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Before Reflectors- 4 X Seouls wired in series to a Shark

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Next to the Tri-Cree Icarus Built Aleph III:cool:

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lumafist

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Amazing work...!

Now show us some porkyparts aswell,,,,,:cool:


Good job getting all those parts together....!!
 

DaFABRICATA

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Thanks Guys!:eek:

I was VERY lucky in finding all the parts and getting them to fit together. I have a feeling next time around it will be cleaner. Now that I've been able to use it I like the beam. It has surprising throw for such small reflectors.
 
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