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2002 Toyota Celica GT - CelyCarPC by Radu81

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  • 2002 Toyota Celica GT - CelyCarPC by Radu81


    After more than a year without carpc, I finaly started to mount my carpc into my 2002 Toyota Celica. I'm not a good writer, so let me present my new carpc project:

    The car: 2002 Toyota Celica vvti (know in US as GT) 143 HP
    -17" wheels Momo Corse with 215/40/17
    - Kayaba AGX adjustable coilovers
    - Vogtland springs
    - Exhaust Terminal

    The carpc:

    The monitor:
    - 7" touch screen

    Here's the stock system:

    I did some modifications to fix the monitor:

    The PC
    - Case: initially was an external case for hard drives
    - Mainboard: Epia NANO-ITX NX 1500, 1,5 GHZ
    - RAM: 1GB Kingston, bus 533MHz
    - HDD: 2,5" Seagate 120 GB
    - M2-ATX
    - Sound card: external - CREATIVE Augidy 2 NX USB
    - hub USB: Logitech 4USB
    - GPS: 12 channels usb
    - minikeyboard USB
    - wireless: USB D-Link

    Some test, before mounting the carpc:

    And let's see the installation photos:

    - O.S. tinyXP
    - frontend: RideRunner + elite lite skin
    - Sygic 7 + drivemon + poiconverter
    - divx player & codecs: MPC + FFDSHOW
    - winamp 2.95
    Some pictures:

    As you can see, I did my best to hide all the cables and the carpc. Hardware components are "invisible"
    Hope you enjoy it, comments please
    | My first project | My second project |

  • #2
    Looks awesome! nice work


    • #3
      thanks craig !

      @admin & mod: please remove the post n3
      | My first project | My second project |


      • #4
        very very cool. If i can figure out a way to get the cost lower then the $900 i'm projecting then i think i'm gonna try with my 02 gt-s


        • #5
          I don't know the actual prizes, I recoverd the components from my old carpc, but I think you can do a great job with 900$.

          My 2,5" Seagate HDD got some problems especially on cold days, so I decided to change it with an solid state disk INTEL SSD 40GB X25-V. Now it's realy fast. Here's a video with the reboot of windows xp:
          | My first project | My second project |