Originally Posted by Enforcer
Have to see how it turns out, and how much work it is. I shall be using the mould to make another one as I go along, can't hurt to have two on the go at the same time in case I screw up big time with one.Originally Posted by mushupork5
The only issue I would see is that the screen might not be in the same place for you. Even if it's out by a couple of millimeters it will make a big difference.
As for fixing it, not sure, may be a case of letting friction do the job. But also looking at the possibility of putting two screws through the top into the air vent. The air vent already has two screws to fix that, so take them out and replace with longer ones.
enforcer that looks awesome.
if you ever decide to sell the bezels let me know.
you have a rhd 328
Originally Posted by manuel
Wouldn't have thought that would make any difference, the console at that point is symmetrical.
it looks like it faces the driver by a few degrees.
It's only the dash piece that is angled, the inner parts are pretty flat.Originally Posted by manuel
Not at the moment. Just going through the sanding motions when I have time at the moment. Got a second lot of fibre in the mould though.
hmm interesting, let me know if you decide to sell it then.Originally Posted by Enforcer
Did you make that frame for visual purposes only? Or does it really hold the LCD in place?
do you have any pictures of your dash removed? I am trying to do the same but trying to figure out what screws I need to touch to pull that center dash piece off.
also, how do you like the lilliput so far? is quality ok? are you experiencing the burnt-in dragon image effects?