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  • My Fiat Stilo 99% complete (Lilliput in Dash)

    This is my Fiat Stilo project with CarPc and Lilliput in dash!

    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/CaseConMascherina.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/CompletoPcMonitor.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/CaseVuoto.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/MascherinaFinita.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/MascherinaGrezza1.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/RadioPrima.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/RadioDopo.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/Pa...FessuraDvd.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/HardDiskDvd.JPG
    http://upload.nowherenews.com/img/Pa...Mascherina.JPG

    CarPC components:
    Epia M10000 MiniItx motherboard
    256 Mb DDRam 333 Mhz
    40 Gb HD Hitachi Travelstar 5400 rpm with Ide adapter
    Apple mini slot-load DVD 6x with Ide adapter
    Empire USB Tv-Radio
    Fortuna USB GPS antenna

    Monitor:
    Lilliput 7" with USB touchscreen

    Software:
    WinXP Professional
    Mediaengine V. 2.1.5
    Car: Fiat Stilo 3p JTD 115hp
    PC CAR: MB Epia M10000, 256Mb DDR 333Mhz, 40 Gb HD Hitachi Travelstar 5400 rpm, 6x Mini-Slot Loading DVD, Typhoon TV+RDS FM Stereo Tuner
    Monitor: 7" Lilliput with Usb Touchscreen

  • #2
    wow ... great job ::thumbs up::
    Danny.

    "If today was perfect, there would be no need for tomorrow."
    My Car Project® ‹== !10.4" Allbrite, touchscreen, epia, 150opus, gps, wireless, sony remote [old] 128x64 Crystalfontz +double din [new]

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    • #3
      nice work man
      Carputer: 2.8Ghz P4, 512 RAM, 120gb HDD, WIFI, TV tuner, CDRW/DVDROM, Slot load DVD in front.
      Screen: Lilliput 7" touchscreen (Custom made Carbon Fiber Screen Enclosure)
      S2000 Carputer

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      • #4
        yep very nice!

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        • #5
          very nice install!
          2000 Monte Carlo SS - CarPC FINALLY INSTALLED!!!

          CarPC: VIA EPIA-M10000, Xenarc 700TSV, 20G 2.5" HD, Opus 90W, Targus USB DVD/CD-ROM

          Audio: Audigy 2 USB, Alpine 4 Channel Amp, 2 x Alpine 300W 6x9, 2 x Alpine 200W 6.5 (sub coming soon)

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          • #6
            Nice!

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            • #7
              Great job !

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              • #8
                very nice job.

                what did you use to make the bezel around the lilli?

                thanks.
                2001 Acura CL traded for a 2006 Subaru Legacy GT
                7" Lilliput Touchscreen
                NANO-ITX+m1-atx
                512 DDRsodimm
                60g SATA Laptop HD
                4x Apple DVDslot
                digimoto OBDii
                mS GPS
                mini BT keyboard
                relocated HU faceplate

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                • #9
                  what paint did you use to get the dash texture? it looks great! niuce job
                  90 Jeep Cherokee
                  7" Lilliput
                  Streets and trips 04
                  epia M10000
                  Windows Xp
                  http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/606828/1

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                  • #10
                    My Kit fabrication

                    This is the kit that I use to made my template.

                    Car: Fiat Stilo 3p JTD 115hp
                    PC CAR: MB Epia M10000, 256Mb DDR 333Mhz, 40 Gb HD Hitachi Travelstar 5400 rpm, 6x Mini-Slot Loading DVD, Typhoon TV+RDS FM Stereo Tuner
                    Monitor: 7" Lilliput with Usb Touchscreen

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                    • #11
                      Anybody knows if there is a way to create the bezel in the dash without opening the lilli and using the front 'in' the dash..

                      I want to copy my dash-radio panel, mold it for the screen, and put it in. Later when the car is old i want to be able to put the standard stuff back and use the screen in a new car.

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                      • #12
                        That is hell of a lot of work...talent
                        DICE Los Angeles
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                        • #13
                          gran bel lavoro compare !
                          Di dove sei ???

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                          • #14
                            Proprio un bel lavoro..... Vorrei approfondire, ho anke io una Stilo e..... :-)

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                            • #15
                              Very nice work. Excellent job!

                              One suggestion - I noticed that you can easily see the slot-loading drive behind the slot that you created. I don't know if this is only visible due to the flash of the camera, or the straight angle view of it. If it is not, and you can see it even in the car, then you can use black felt that extends about 1/4" beyond the slot on all sides and cut it in half down the middle. I did this for a different setup and it works well, and looks very clean.

                              No matter what, though, no complaints. It's an awesome job.
                              "Is Wayne Brady gonna have to choke a b@$#*??!!"

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