We’ve seen hundreds of amazing PC case mods, and here’s another superb build to add to our collection. This motorcycle PC case mod actually a functional pocket bike (a mini version of a real bike) at 40 inches long and 15 inches wide. Follow the modder as he takes his bike from the road to the information superhighway.
The modder started by disassembling the bike and reworking the chassis to fit in the PC components. An Intel Core i7 920 CPU sits on an Asus P6T motherboard. NVIDIA’s XFX 8800 GTS graphics card, 6GB DDR3-1800 RAM, and 1.5 TB of HDD space make up the core of the PC. Finally, the PC mod gets jazzed up with 5 CCFL’s, an LED spot light, and two under-car neon lights.
The modder says it took him only 12 days to build the entire mod. Though, it took about five months of effort went into collecting all of the necessary components.