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    Muddie Modding

    Hi,

    I really love my G-9000MS-1, but the inverted display is incredibly difficult to read for my eyes. So I decided to do some module swapping. The module of my Stormtroope with it´s slightly rose tone seemed to be adequate to fit the Military Mudman right. Here are some pics of the result:




    Now the Stormtrooper is somewhat hard to read




    Now that´s a really legible inverted display



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    I´m very satisfied with the result, but now I have to get myself another Stormtrooper .

    Thanks for looking.

    Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Nice modules swapping mate!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers,
    MountainMike

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    great work ... looks very good

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Nice improvement. A thoroughly good mod

    BTW, my eyesight played tricks on me when reading the thread title in the forum. The thread name just above your username resulted in me glancing at it and reading "Budgie Modding".

    Unfortunately my glasses already work fine - it's my brain that needs help

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    The negative display creates a really nice contrast in the Stormtrooper. Cool stuff.

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Great idea~Cheers!

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Great work!

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    I really like the result. Both models look great!
    Wear what you like.

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Very good result !!!

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    Re: Muddie Modding

    Those are great muddie pictures. I have to agree with you, looking at those Mudmen the inverted display is very hard to read, shame because it is a very good looking watch.
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