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RL-2088 Frankenstein 445 Beast!

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G'day,

Acquired this kit from Jayrob here.

First off, this thing is FRICKING HUGE!
When i first held the host in my hand i was god smacked i recall my first words "HOLLY SHIT"!

Then you notice the build quality, Jayrob is a master at what he does.
The heatsink was highly polished, the fiberglass pipe that covers the Flexmod P3 was perfectly cut to size and the positive contact board fits snug into the fiberglass pipe.

I had Jayrob set the Flexmod to 1.8A and on the test load it appeared as 1801mA which was perfect.

Jayrob also made a a custom fit copper module which was awesome too!



I used 3x 18650 batteries with this build, using the stock battery holder.



I used one of Moh's 3/4' adapters on this puppy.



I haven't got a LPM reading yet as this thing is too massive to fit in mine tripod clamp lol

I have rough readings at 2047mW and up to 2400mW

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Beamshots




This thing is insane, if you want something so uber then this is the kit for you!

Many thanks to Jayrob :beer:

Thanks for looking!

Fiddy.
 



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I bet the duty cycle on that thing is insane!
 

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Phew! That thing looks gnarly! :cool:

Great job on the assembly. And thanks for the reveiw! +rep coming... (when it lets me - need to spread more around)
 
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Great build. That was one of my favorites.:beer:
 

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WOW!! Very Clean Job! I love it!! :)
:yh:


I bet the duty cycle on that thing is insane!
It does heat up a bit but, it is running 1.8A's!

Phew! That think looks gnarly! :cool:

Great job on the assembly. And thanks for the reveiw! +rep coming... (when it lets me - need to spread more around)
Hehe cheers man!

Great build. That was one of my favorites.:beer:
Thanks man! it really is that awesome, do you still have yours?
 

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Mitch is the heat sink on that one even larger than the Saik Moh sells? Nice contrast with the copper module in the aluminum heat sink... I love how those things house 3 18650's that's just insane :D
 

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Not sure i imagine they would be close to each other in size, Jayrob would know.
 

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Very nice build Mitch I like the nice polish Jay did, makes me want to get a buffing machine :eek:

So you said he set the driver to 1.8 now that's the way to cook them LD's :eg:

I have to say I'm in the process of trumping this one though been working on it
for a couple weeks now, I won't post any pictures here out of kindness but you will see it soon.
 

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Every one needs a buffing machine, that is unless you are buff yourself :D

Sounds like a super secret project you have there, ill be saving some :drool: for it then!
 

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Yep sometimes I run around in the buff :crackup: like at Blacks Beach :eg:

And yea it is TOP SECRET even the pres doesn't know about it :thinking:


Every one needs a buffing machine, that is unless you are buff yourself :D

Sounds like a super secret project you have there, ill be saving some :drool: for it then!
 
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Mitch is the heat sink on that one even larger than the Saik Moh sells? Nice contrast with the copper module in the aluminum heat sink... I love how those things house 3 18650's that's just insane :D
Not sure i imagine they would be close to each other in size, Jayrob would know.
The RL-2088 heatsink is larger in diameter as you can imagine. The host fits 3 X 18650's vs 3 X 14500's for the Saik host...

But the thickness (or depth) of the heatsink in this build is a little shorter due to making room for the way the FlexModP3 is mounted. I did not weigh the difference in grams, but I can tell you that at this size, either host has plenty of mass for these heatsinks! :beer:
 
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Thanks Jay... nothing wrong with overkill. :beer:
 
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