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Custom VEWLIX EXT (Extended Distance between the joystick and pushbuttons)

NOTE for this Mod:  A small portion of plastic will need to be dremeled out on the left hand corner (located below the metal support panel - see pics for image of plastic dremeled).  This takes about a minute or so to shave this part down.  Shaving down this small area of plastic does not affect the integrity of the case itself

Instructions on How to Prep your Files for our Engraving Services

By popular request from our sponsored player, Phi, this panel increases the spacing between the pushbuttons and joystick at 54mm, compared to the standard Qana Vewlix layout which provides 31mm.  This allows those who have larger hands and allows more comfortable spacing if you prefer using the first six pushbuttons as the default layout

Test Production

The initial interest tallied around 40 or so players.  We produced more than twice that as that was the minimum required so whether or not another production will be made simply depends on how many people will will purchase this, so if you're interested, pick one up as this may be the only run we make

Single Panel Design

To ease installation time as well as reduce cost due to the low production quantity, this is an all-inclusive single panel build.   This means the mounting plate for the joystick is part of the panel, unlike the stock Vewlix layout for Qanba, there is a bottom support panel as well as the top button layout panel


Other metal panels on the market use steel or iron and is then powder coated with the paint color of choice.  This method works if it's made for it's own case design, but is not the best method if you're going to use this panel for other cases

Our definition on what makes our panels HIGH GRADE focus on these three categories:   Aesthetics.  Perfect Fit.  Customization.


When we set out to make our High Grade replacement panels, we didn't just want it to serve the minimum requirement, which is to change the button layout.  We wanted to create a WOW! factor in terms of the way it looks when it's fully assembled.  To us, a premium panel meant it had to add something to the look and also feel.  What we concluded was a panel that was anodized for color and brushed on the surface for a premium look and feel.   Other metal panels out on the market use the powder coated metal simply because it's cheaper to do as well as easier to do, but the end result is a panel that we feel only serves as a button layout replacement, not one that turns heads

A Perfect Fit

Using aluminum, we're able to cut the sheet to the exact dimension of the panel it replaces.  What this means is the length, width and most importantly, height is perfect and fills in all the gaps.  The result?  A panel mod that looks like it came straight from the factory and not one that looks like an after market product


You can add more of the wow factor by personalizing your panel with custom artwork or logo with our engraving services.  With an anodized aluminum panel (coloring the panel by an electric charge) you're able to create artwork or text that is razor sharp because the whole panel is the color you see on the top, including the layers below it.  What this does is when you laser engrave a anodized panel, you're not chipping off paint (as you would with a powder coated steel panel), but actually "painting" the image with a fine pointed laser

Brushed Aluminum vs Steel Panels

While some say the quality of steel is better than aluminum, we don't argue that one bit when it comes to strength

We agree with this point so much that we use a steel panel as the bottom support panel (for applicable models) for strength, where it's needed and a brushed aluminum panel for the top, where it shines, for presentation.   Read more below to see why our choice in how a metal panel separates us from the rest

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$ 64.95