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  • 01 Expedition Finally Done.... for now

    Well it is finally in. After about 9 months of blood sweat and tears. Thanks to everyone on this site for the help along the way. It still needs a few bugs worked out in the software but here is what it looks like so far.

    The setup:

    Molex case
    EPIA MII 1200
    Gig of ram
    80 gig HD
    Pioneer DVD-RW
    Delorme GPS
    Frodo Player

    Alpine PXA-H701
    Alpine 5 channel amp

    Here is a before shot of the dash:
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    EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

  • #2
    Here are a few in progress photos:
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    EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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    • #3
      And finally the finished product:
      Attached Files
      EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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      • #4
        Thats it for tonight. Tomorrow I will post a few more pics. Let me know what you think.
        EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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        • #5
          Dang that looks clean! Where did you relocate your A/C controls to? I like the digital gage, is it a temp gage?
          Check out the updates. Project 2003 Dakota worklog: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=85490


          IS JACK BAUER GONNA HAVE TO SMACK A *****?

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          • #6
            what is that grey stuff???

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            • #7
              Thanks for the responses. The A/C controls are now located in the center console. I will post a pic once I finish the mount. And yes the gauge is a temp gauge since the computer is mounted in the center console along with the a/c controls(which produce more heat than the computer). It is a cyberdyne amp temp gauge actually but it serves the purpose, and looks pretty cool too.

              The grey stuff is a two part epoxy/filler by dynatron. Which is awesome stuff. It basically turns into plastic but it sands really easy. I will post the exact name and part number for anyone who is interested.
              EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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              • #8
                I'm interested in that part # !

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                • #9
                  Hey i see that your in houston, can you tell me were you got the dynatron
                  epoxy/filler. Nice install fabrication work looks awesome.

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                  • #10
                    Damn looks nice

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                    • #11
                      Thanks again for all of the compliments.

                      For everyone interested the dynatron stuff is called dyna-weld the part number is 662. It is made by bondo, and it comes as a kit. It is two large caulking tubes and comes with mixing cups and sticks. I might have used 1/4 of the kit, so it goes a long way. It runs about $20 but it is all that you need for both an epoxy and a filler.

                      Kalt, what area of Houston are you in. I work for Oreilly auto parts and I have a few more sets coming in this week.
                      EPIA MII 1200, M1-ATX PSU, 1GB PC2100, 80 gig Hitachi HD, Pioneer DVD-RW, Delorme GPS, Lilliput 8"

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                      • #12
                        I stay in the southwest.

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                        • #13
                          nice colors blazing!
                          kool setup!
                          • If you don't get it the first time around, go get seconds..

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                          • #14
                            those colors look dope, nice install man
                            id be happy to help with any photoshop related things.

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                            • #15
                              Nice set up, I'll be doing my brothers Expedition in about two weeks. I will follow your set up closely.
                              Mod with a purpose and enjoy the ride
                              Mick300ZX.net
                              Cardomain

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