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  • just a pic of my screen install

    The screen isn't scratched, thats just from my oily fingers

    1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
    ABIT NF-M2 nView | AMD Athlon64 FX62 Windsor | nVidia GeForce 6150 | Realtek ALC883 7.1DTS | Vista x64
    RF Power T162S | RF Power T162S | 2x RF Power T212D2 | RF Power T8004 | RF Power T20001bd | RF 3SIXTY.2

  • #2
    Nice job! Xenarc or lilli?

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    • #3
      Lilli 619. I still need to glass it in, its only superglued in right now... but the fit is amazing! it just fell right in the hole in the stock eclipse dash faceplate. Above the screen you see the oval hole, a card reader goes there since I'm a photographer! Its pretty sweet!
      1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
      ABIT NF-M2 nView | AMD Athlon64 FX62 Windsor | nVidia GeForce 6150 | Realtek ALC883 7.1DTS | Vista x64
      RF Power T162S | RF Power T162S | 2x RF Power T212D2 | RF Power T8004 | RF Power T20001bd | RF 3SIXTY.2

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      • #4
        Looks pretty sweet man nice job !

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        • #5
          THats Nice, you say you didn't have to modify that at all to fit in? What are you doing with the Vent controls if your putting a card reader in that oval?

          I was actually think ahve having all of the HVAC stuff automated by way of Mastros Gadget, and have a complete new Piece made to fit my LCD up higher. I have a stick and fear putting my fist though the screen one night while speed shifting
          '95 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX
          CarPuter [Under Development]

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          • #6
            I wouldn't even worry about fiberglassing it in. It looks very nice like that IMO. I had to fabricate mine for my lexus. It was a pretty big job and its still not perfect. I've got to take mine out and resand it and trim a few edges that aren't perfect (irregular quadrilateral). I didn't cut it right the first time when I fabbed it in. Nice look, though. You were lucky to have such a nice opening.
            Celeron 2.53 Ghz Processor
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            XM Direct Tuner
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            1999 Mustang GT Convertible Supercharged

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            • #7
              keep those pic coming will yea.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by EQNish View Post
                THats Nice, you say you didn't have to modify that at all to fit in? What are you doing with the Vent controls if your putting a card reader in that oval?

                I was actually think ahve having all of the HVAC stuff automated by way of Mastros Gadget, and have a complete new Piece made to fit my LCD up higher. I have a stick and fear putting my fist though the screen one night while speed shifting
                I had to modify the screen's bezel. I had to cut along the line of where the buttons are... and then a little corner off the tip of the backside... and the screen bezel just sits inside no problem...

                The HVAC. I modified my HVAC controls. I took a dremel out and cut out the little lever that switches from inside and outside air. I keep it to inside air. I'm going to extend the cable and just put a small pull lever or something between my seat and the center console hiden. nothing fancy. The card reader was allready installed but I'm getting a new one so i took it out.

                Also I know the screen looks good, but that pic is not showing everything... the faceplate is just holding the bezel. when I glass it, it should look pretty much identical to how that photo looks, btw the photo is not photoshoped, just the dark area around the screen is a dip down that looks like crap!
                1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T
                ABIT NF-M2 nView | AMD Athlon64 FX62 Windsor | nVidia GeForce 6150 | Realtek ALC883 7.1DTS | Vista x64
                RF Power T162S | RF Power T162S | 2x RF Power T212D2 | RF Power T8004 | RF Power T20001bd | RF 3SIXTY.2

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