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    Via M10000 Mobo, Lilliput 7", Voom pc case, M2-atx psu, Globalsat gps receiver, wifi, bluetooth, Road Runner / Centrafuse, 80 GB hard drive, Resler IBUS interface, nokia car kit microphone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rtaxerxes View Post
    Via M10000 Mobo, Lilliput 7", Voom pc case, M2-atx psu, Globalsat gps receiver, wifi, bluetooth, Road Runner / Centrafuse, 80 GB hard drive, Resler IBUS interface, nokia car kit microphone.
    where did you buy all your stuff from and how much did everything cost

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudels View Post
    well im also from cape town in the western cape i stay in rondebosch to be exact.... so if you do manage to spot my lil old 206... then give a hoot it shouldnt be too hard to spot... its the only one that ive seen here that has a bodykit, although i did see a red gti 180 with a bodykit, but that was a while ago... o ya, AND i have a GP license plate.... yes i know... you dont have to say anything... he he... anywho...
    GP plates...lol.....

    well im from goodwood...will def look out for that car....is yours the 180 version???

    i am also waiting for a SA supplier, main reason is so that i can get support from the supplier and not have to wait for things to be shipped back and forth is there are any problems!

    i hope they open some time soon....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rudels View Post
    where did you buy all your stuff from and how much did everything cost
    China, UK, USA, SA. All over the place, I've lost track of what it all cost, but probably about R8000 or so. I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megesh View Post
    GP plates...lol.....

    well im from goodwood...will def look out for that car....is yours the 180 version???

    i am also waiting for a SA supplier, main reason is so that i can get support from the supplier and not have to wait for things to be shipped back and forth is there are any problems!

    i hope they open some time soon....
    ha ha... na its not the 180 version(wish it was though).... i was quite limited on $$$$ at the time and wanted your not everyday performance car eg, civic vtek, no offence to civic drivers.... i just wanted somthing different but with all around good performance... so the 206 gti was my choice, it does have a 2.0L standard but i can always upgrade the engine at a later stage. i sent an email to moved.co.za and got a reply the next day... they said they should be up hopefully within the next 2months.... hopefully...

    Quote Originally Posted by Rtaxerxes View Post
    China, UK, USA, SA. All over the place, I've lost track of what it all cost, but probably about R8000 or so. I think.
    anywebsites you can recommend.... other than mp3car store pm me if you want

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    Soz Guys, the maps I saw was TomTom RSA maps - don't find any for Destinator
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    Has anyone seen anything about using tomtom maps with destinator? is it possible to use one programs maps with another program?

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    I think it is in different formats.
    I am using Nroute

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    nice program hey, but crap for touch screen. Have you seen the linux open source gps software being developed, it can use a bunch of different maps, including garmin. Check on the linux forums at mp3car.com

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    I'm using a skin which someone develop on this site, which is touch screen friendly.
    In which area of Durban do you stay?

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