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  • Work in progress: 2000 Nissan Maxima

    First of all I'd like to say thank you to all of you with those great installs that have inspired me to do something like this. Something that I would never dare to start doing myself.

    Here's the back of the stock GXE wents. I made a little frame from a cardboard, soaked it in fiberglass thing and let it dry.


    On the front side, I'm using the bondo body filler to make it look nice. Hopefully we (my friend is being a great help in all this) have enough skills to make it look nice. Any advice on sanding this thing?


    This is the idea:



    Any advices on this setup? What do you peoplez think? Thanks!
    Current Status: For Sale

    Specs
    - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
    - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
    - DeLorme GPS (sold)
    - Power Inverter (sold)
    - Pioneer HU (sold)

  • #2
    it looks like the screen is too far too the left, and to sand it...a good idea would be a sander, just because it would give you a flat surface...but you can also use 3m palm non-powered sander, and i think 300 paper...but check on that
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    • #3
      the reason screen looks too far to the left is that the left part was already sanded a little and right part is all mess. and yea, a sander would be great...

      yunusyu, you're from WH? Me too
      Current Status: For Sale

      Specs
      - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
      - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
      - DeLorme GPS (sold)
      - Power Inverter (sold)
      - Pioneer HU (sold)

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      • #4
        Where are the pics? I'd love to see your status on this project. I have a 2000 Max and am trying to figure out if I should mount a screen in the dash or mount on the side with an arm.

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        • #5
          I actually went a slightly different way now. Will take pics soon.
          Current Status: For Sale

          Specs
          - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
          - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
          - DeLorme GPS (sold)
          - Power Inverter (sold)
          - Pioneer HU (sold)

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          • #6
            I have a 2001 Max and from the pcitures you posted I can't tell what you did. Do you have any better pictures?

            Go Maxaima's...
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            • #7
              any update on this yet.... Income tax is reallllly close so i woud have the lump funds to do this project too.

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              • #8
                As I mentioned before I went a different way with this.... and forgot to take pics. But I'll take pics of the ready product. However, I'm really thinking about going the motorized in-dash screen
                Current Status: For Sale

                Specs
                - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
                - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
                - DeLorme GPS (sold)
                - Power Inverter (sold)
                - Pioneer HU (sold)

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                • #9
                  oh yea, yunusyu, the fact that I live in WH does not make me like the same gender (read: gay). So don't worry, if I see you around I won't hit on you.
                  Current Status: For Sale

                  Specs
                  - 1.5Ghz Toshiba Laptop (available - no screen)
                  - Indash Motorized 7" VGA TS
                  - DeLorme GPS (sold)
                  - Power Inverter (sold)
                  - Pioneer HU (sold)

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                  • #10
                    I'm in the process of doing something similar in a 2001 Maxima SE... its close to done... using bondo instead of fiberglass tho.
                    http://www.cardomain.com/id/dapcwiz | http://www.dapcwiz.com

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