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    Hi,

    i've just finished my install into a 350Z. I utlised the original pocket with the cover and put a 7" lilli touchscreen into it. The whole idea was to make it look like it came from the factory. The original lid can still be closed as usually so the screen is out of sight from sticky fingers. Its also recessed to shield from sun. The buttons have been relocated onto the factory panel by molding the LCD housing into the original factory plastic.



    more pics

    Let me know what you think. If any one needs advise on this job, i'm happy to help.

    I'll also be doing a custom 8" screen into the dash of a RX8 next week. If you guys want, i'll take photos of the job for a tutorial.

  • #2
    great job on molding the buttons.. looks stock!!! how did you do that?
    CarPC

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    • #3
      I'd also be curious to see some pics of the install process on that display. Looks great!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by leemik View Post
        great job on molding the buttons.. looks stock!!! how did you do that?
        I used the original panel and cut a section out, then used then plastic welded the housing of the LCD button section into this. Then just bogged it up and sanded it. Then just sprayded black. Took around 3-4 hours.

        When i sell the car, i just need to buy another pocket for $60 and it will be back to factory again.
        Vehicle Media Systems
        Australia Car PCs www.vmscarpc.com.au

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        • #5
          Mike... that's my car... Richie (Z350Lover) from Australia....

          cheers,

          richie

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          • #6
            Originally posted by RavageiWISE View Post
            I'd also be curious to see some pics of the install process on that display. Looks great!
            I don't think i have any more photos, i'm doing a RX8 next week which is also a custom 8 inch screen into the dash. I'll take heaps of photos.

            btw, this is the photo of the car on the outside and also engine work

            more pics

            its on page 2
            Vehicle Media Systems
            Australia Car PCs www.vmscarpc.com.au

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            • #7
              is that within easy reach? if it's in the storage area, might seem hard to get to the touch screen. just curious

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              • #8
                Originally posted by VMS View Post
                I don't think i have any more photos, i'm doing a RX8 next week which is also a custom 8 inch screen into the dash. I'll take heaps of photos.
                Nice job on the 350. I look forward to pics of the RX8. They have a hideous dash, It should be interesting to see how it goes together.
                Never let the truth get in the way of a good story

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by meddler View Post
                  Nice job on the 350. I look forward to pics of the RX8. They have a hideous dash, It should be interesting to see how it goes together.
                  Yeah the mazdas are pretty trick. I've done a 10.4 inch into a mazda6 a few weeks ago and it turn out really nice. I'll post pics very soon. The RX8 is very similar to the 6 so we'll see how that goes. I also have a S2000 to do soon, not that is not a easy job, still figuring out what we can do to it.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Charlie97L View Post
                    is that within easy reach? if it's in the storage area, might seem hard to get to the touch screen. just curious
                    Thats what we first thought as well but before we actually went ahead, we tested it and its actually really easy. The reason been that the edge of the screen doesn't come to the edge of the pocket. Its actually a great place for a screen because it shields sun light.

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