Can you say jury-rigged? :)
Hole saw for rear casing holes. Spade bit for front OTA holes. Isopropyl alcohol for cutting fluid - replenish frequently.
Four small threaded holes to mount fans around each of the large holes. One 1/4" hole for an RCA plug for power.
7/8" hole for mounting vent plugs near the corrector.
Tape markers for positioning corrector. I also taped the dew cap and ran some air flow tests before reassembly.
Fans and electrical connection, an inside view.
Power comes in through an RCA jack.
Four vent equally spaced near the corrector.
Two vents on the rear casing nearly diametrically opposite each fan.
One of two vents on the rear casing nearly diametrically opposite each fan.
Two 60mm fans and an RCA jack for power input.
Power cord with fan speed controller and 12V battery plug.